December 16, 2019

Posts from "Opinion"

  • Opinion | Sep.20, 2018

    The Roommate Debate: Why Random is Better Than Requested

    by Julia McCoy ’22 Opinion Staff Immediately after being accepted to Providence College, incoming freshmen are placed into a Facebook group with their new classmates. Among the obligatory orientation information and administrative news are short biographies posted by accepted students…

    Read More
  • Opinion | Sep.20, 2018

    Name-Brand Culture Comes With a Cost

    by Elizabeth McGinn ’21 Opinion Staff It is 11 a.m. on a Saturday in September. Girls stroll by in flashes of neon pinks, blues, greens, and whites, arranged in nautical or animal print dresses or skirts, paired with Jack Rogers…

    Read More
  • Opinion | Sep.20, 2018

    Her Voice Matters Too: Female Students Feel Silenced in College Classrooms

    by Bridget Blain ’19 Opinion Staff As the #MeToo movement continues to bring the prevalence of sexual harassment and sexual assault in professional and academic environments to light, women still often find themselves being discouraged from using their voice. The…

    Read More
  • Opinion | Sep.20, 2018

    LSAT Fails to Assess Students’ True Abilities: Emphasis on Unnecessary Skills Holds Students Back

    by Nicholas Moran ’19 Opinion Staff All Tasmanian Wombats are endowed with an abnormally productive pituitary gland, reliant on a hyperactive mitochondrial orchestration involving myriad proteins… What is the “main idea” of this passage? Sifting through such gibberish at one’s…

    Read More
  • Opinion | Sep.20, 2018

    Tangents and Tirades

    Be Aware of Events Outside PC On a small campus like Providence College, it is easy to forget about everything else that is happening in the world. We hear stories and read headlines every day, but most of the time…

    Read More
  • Campus | Sep.13, 2018

    Dare to Be Different: Empowerment in Light of Women’s Studies Vandalism

    by Angela Bueso ’22 Opinion Staff College—what most adults incessantly tell us will be the best four years of our lives—a “safe” space for intellectual and spiritual growth. Moreover, teenagers who struggled to fit in at high school see college…

    Read More
  • Campus | Sep.13, 2018

    Accomodate Students With Extended Health Center Hours

    by Laura Arango ’20 Opinion Staff The Personal Counseling Center and Student Health Center at Providence College are two beneficial resources that the College offers to its students. However, their maximum potential is not being reached—a sentiment that a majority…

    Read More
  • Campus | Sep.13, 2018

    Keeping it Cool at PC: Traditional Dormitories Need Air Conditioning

    by Alyssa Cohen ’21 Opinion Staff It is difficult to walk around Providence College at any time of year without spotting a few tired eyes and wide array of coffee cups. College tends to be a common time for students…

    Read More
  • Opinion | Sep.13, 2018

    Journaling: A Chance for Self-Discovery

    by Joshua Chlebowski ’21 Opinion Staff Writing is an integral part of any college experience, be it a research or textual analysis paper. Many students come to dislike, if not resent, writing assignments of any kind due to the pressure…

    Read More
  • Opinion | Sep.13, 2018

    Tangents and Tirades

      Give Students More PC Prints Any alternative to buying over $200 worth of textbooks per semester seems worth it. This includes printing out packets of reading for every class. Initially, $40 worth of PC Prints appears to be more…

    Read More