June 26, 2019

Posts from "Hannah Paxton"

  • Editor's Column | Jan.31, 2019

    Building a ‘Beloved Community’ at PC

    “If we say we are on the road to a beloved community,” Rev. Nontombi Naomi Tutu repeated again and again when she spoke at the second Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Convocation last week. Referencing one of Rev. King’s…

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  • Opinion | Jan.31, 2019

    Tangents and Tirades

    Wanted: On-Campus Employment for ‘Broke College Students’ The cliché of the “broke college student” has grown hackneyed for a reason. A college degree for most students and their families is typically unaffordable.  However, in today’s society, obtaining a job that…

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  • Opinion | Jan.24, 2019

    Gillette at Its Best with “The Best Men Can Be” : Controversial Ad Highlights Social Problems and Promotes Change

    This past week, Gillette released their “The Best Men Can Be” advertisement, which immediately drew both praise and criticism from the public. While many viewers praised Gillette’s message of the importance of rethinking how masculinity is taught and expressed, many…

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  • Opinion | Jan.24, 2019

    “Are You Still Watching?” : Netflix Subscription is Worth it Despite Price Increase

    “Are you still watching?” is a phrase you may be familiar with if you, like many others, binge watch Netflix in your free time. But in 2019, it may have an entirely new meaning. In terms of post-class entertainment, Netflix…

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  • Opinion | Jan.24, 2019

    Success Starts with a Made Bed

    by Emily Ball ’22 Opinion Staff After waking up to an alarm in the morning, it is customary to lay back down and hit the snooze button a few times. When it is finally time to get up and get…

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  • Opinion | Jan.24, 2019

    Love: A Rebellious Choice in the Face of Suffering

    by Elizabeth McGinn ’21 Opinion Staff Friedrich Nietzsche once wrote, “To live is to suffer, to survive is to find some meaning in the suffering.” For Nietzsche and many others, suffering and pain are common emotions in human life. Everyone,…

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  • Opinion | Jan.24, 2019

    Beauty in Diversity: Cultural Differences Unite Us

    by Angela Bueso ’22 Opinion Staff Growing up in a Central American country, I have always been very much exposed to American culture. From the movies and TV shows we watch to the toys we play with, and summer trips…

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  • Opinion | Jan.24, 2019

    Be Kind to Your Mind with Meditation

    by Katherine Belbusti ’22 Opinion Staff One semester down, and another one has arrived quicker than some of us may have liked. As course loads begin to pick up and extracurriculars are starting to take up more of our time,…

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  • Editor's Column | Jan.24, 2019

    Take the Leap: New Year, New Journey

    by Abigail Czerniecki ’19 Associate Editor-in-Chief The new year, whether we like it or not, comes with changes and adjustments.  For some, these changes are easy to notice and adapt to. Yet, for others, new routines and journeys may require…

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  • Opinion | Jan.24, 2019

    Tangents and Tirades

    VenNO: Why I Prefer Paper Money In the last few years, Venmo, a money transferring app, has become increasingly popular. But the rise in the popularity of Venmo has had a tragic consequence: the phasing out of paper money. Admittedly,…

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