July 22, 2017

Posts from "Editorials"

  • Editorials | May.10, 2017

    Summa Cum Laude, 2017

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  • Opinion | May.04, 2017

    100 Days of Trump

    by Taylor Godfrey ’19 Opinion Co-Editor While it seems like only yesterday everyone watched a very rain-soaked and supposedly well-attended inauguration, we have now reached the 100th (or rather 105th by the date of this publication) day of Donald Trump’s…

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  • Opinion | May.04, 2017

    The Danger Of ‘Making France Great Again’

    Carolyn Walsh ’17 Opinion Co-Editor  Emerita In the grand scheme of modern global politics, a presidential election in France might seem insignificant or even mundane compared to the dire situation in Syria and the chaos that is the Trump administration.…

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  • Editorials | May.04, 2017

    Death of the Darty

    by Brianna Abbott ’17 Opinion Co-Editor Emerita Twice a year since the 1990s, a sea of pastel golfers has pulsed through Eaton Street, devouring nine kegs at nine different houses in the name of Golf Party and Lilly Pulitzer. This year,…

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  • Editorials | May.04, 2017

    Time To Take A Break

    by Kevin Copp ’18 The casual observer at Providence College this time of year—when Saturdays at Ray mean boys in mid-nineties era NBA jerseys and girls in flower-print dresses—undoubtedly hears more statements lamenting the busyness of the last two weeks…

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  • Opinion | May.04, 2017

    Preying On The Privileged

    by Bridget Blain ’19 Opinion Staff Fyre Festival made its debut this weekend and has quickly become one of the most discussed events of the spring, but for all the wrong reasons. What was promised to be a luxurious two-weekend…

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  • Opinion | May.04, 2017

    Tangents and Tirades

    When Will Trump Learn? This week Trump has taken another hit at women’s rights and efforts to alleviate global gender inequality. The administration has decided to discontinue “Let Girls Learn,” a signature girls’ initiative and educational program that has been…

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  • Opinion | Apr.27, 2017

    A Marathon Against Misogyny

    by Sarah Kelley ’18 Opinion Staff On a rainy day in April 1967, 20-year-old Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to ever officially run the Boston Marathon. Having registered under the gender neutral name K.V.—the same name she used to…

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  • Opinion | Apr.27, 2017

    Freedom in Feminism: The Fair Choice

    by Kelsey Dass ’18 Opinion Staff It is not about what you do; it is about what you want to do. Since the feminist movement of 1960s and ’70s, society’s ideas regarding feminism have changed ever so frequently. Every person…

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  • Letters to the Editor | Apr.27, 2017

    Letter to the Seniors: Advice for the Graduates

    Dear Class of 2017 Friars, In the words of Adele, “Hello from the other side.” It is hard to believe that only two years ago I was sitting in your shoes. I can recall  feeling a sea  of  mixed emotions…

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