December 16, 2019

Posts from "Opinion"

  • Opinion | Nov.08, 2018

    Tangents and Tirades

    Sharing is Caring: Sidewalk Etiquette Sidewalks on campus are the highways of Providence College. Every day, students use them to get to and from their classes and appointments. And like any off-campus highway, the PC sidewalks are frequently congested with…

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  • Opinion | Nov.01, 2018

    PC Should Allow Juniors to Live Off Campus

    by Kelly Wheeler ’21 Opinion Staff   This past fall, Providence College welcomed 1,127 new students to the class of 2022, making it the largest freshman class in school history. Although this record is something to celebrate, it also creates…

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  • Opinion | Nov.01, 2018

    PC Passport: Cultural Events Diversify Campus

    by Elizabeth McGinn ’21 Opinion Staff   Beers, bratwurst, Board of Programmers (BOP): Oktoberfest, organized by BOP on Oct. 19, featured staples of the iconic German holiday. Mixed with chattering Providence College students, the event felt like a glimpse into…

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  • Opinion | Nov.01, 2018

    It’s Not You, It’s Me: Breaking Up With the Fascination Over Celebrity Breakups

    by Joshua Chlebowski ’21 Opinion Staff   It has been 18 days since news broke about the end of Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande’s relationship. Even after such a length of time, articles and reports about the relationship are continuing…

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  • Opinion | Nov.01, 2018

    Public or Private: Examining the Significance of High School Affiliation

    by Julia McCoy ’22 Opinion Staff   High school is only four years, right? Sure, in terms of how long you attend the school, high school only lasts four years. However, certain lessons learned in high school can impact your…

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  • Opinion | Nov.01, 2018

    Tangents and Tirades

    Breakfast for Dinner in Ray From chocolate chip pancakes to cheesy scrambled eggs and crispy hash browns, Raymond Dining Hall’s breakfast is absolutely stellar. And there are plenty of Providence College students that would agree with this statement. However, breakfast…

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  • Campus | Oct.25, 2018

    Intramurals: Stress to Destress

    by Katherine Belbusti ’22 Opinion Staff Fall is upon us, and for sports fans, that means one thing: fall sports are in action as well. College football is in full swing, the World Series is starting, and the NBA season…

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  • Opinion | Oct.25, 2018

    “Screen Time” Astounds Apple Users: New iOS Update Compels Limiting Technology Use

    by Emily Ball ’22 Opinion Staff Apple recently introduced their newest iOS 12 update with many new features including one very important innovation: Screen Time. According to Apple’s Support Page, Screen Time allows users to “see the time spent in…

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  • Opinion | Oct.25, 2018

    Watch Your Words: Evaluating Emotional Expressions

    by Joshua Chlebowski ’21 Opinion Staff Who we are is inextricably linked to the social position that we hold, be it student, professor, law official or medical professional. Everyone fulfills  a certain position and with these roles comes the expectation…

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  • Opinion | Oct.25, 2018

    Tangents and Tirades

    Time to Learn Climate Change Last week, a report released from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change detailed the devastating impacts that global warming has on our planet, and will continue to have unless serious changes are made. The effects…

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