December 15, 2019

Posts from "Campus"

  • Campus | Aug.30, 2018

    Staying Politically Engaged on Campus

    by Andrea Traietti ’21 Asst. Opinion Editor While being back inside the “PC Bubble” can be comforting, it is important not to forget the larger world that exists outside of this campus, and the reality that even while we are…

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  • Campus | Aug.30, 2018

    Raysing the Bar: Changes in Dining Hall Improve Campus Atmosphere

    by Bridget Blain ’19 Opinion Staff A quintessential part of being a Providence College student, particularly during freshman year, are the daily meals at Raymond Dining Hall. Ray is one of the few spots on campus that most students visit…

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  • Campus | Aug.30, 2018

    PC’s Common Reading Program Fosters Diversity

    by Hannah Paxton ’19 Opinion Editor “We tell people to follow their dreams, but you can only dream of what you can imagine, and, depending on where you come from, your imagination can be quite limited,” says Trevor Noah in…

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  • Opinion | Aug.30, 2018

    Break the Cycle of Addiction: Learn to Live Without Your Phone

    by Nicholas Moran ’19 Opinion Staff Walking around campus, students’ heads are down with their eyes glued to screens, and  accidentally running into other students on the way to class is all too common. Calls to family members disrupt the…

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  • Opinion | Aug.30, 2018

    Tangents and Tirades

    Outreach Inspires Individual Growth There is something to be said for the naiveté and free-thinking nature of children. The laws of reality that adults have learned to abide by do not stop the young mind’s creativity. Simply spending time around…

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  • Campus | May.03, 2018

    Class of 2018: Was It Worth It?

      As the graduating class of 2018 begins to collect their cords, graduation tickets, and senior week attire, we reflect on our time here at Providence College. With the grand total cost of tuition averaging about $250,000, give or take…

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  • Opinion | May.03, 2018

    POP! The Stigma

      “POP! Mark Polanzak’s father exploded. A puff of smoke.” Those are the opening lines to Mark Polanzak’s book, POP!, which is often found in the self-help or parenting section of a bookstore. Yet, the book is a memoir—well, a…

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  • Opinion | May.03, 2018

    What Can’t You Do With a B.A. in English?

      The 2004 Tony award-winning musical comedy Avenue Q opens with a song entitled “What Do You Do With a B.A. in English?” in which the main character laments his struggle in finding employment with an English degree as he…

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  • Campus | May.03, 2018

    Student Involvement: the Key to Community Connection

    Legislation recently passed by Student Congress will help students in the public and community service studies’ philanthropy course to better connect the Providence College campus with the Smith Hill Community—a connection that could use some serious help. In the past,…

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  • Opinion | May.03, 2018

    Professors Have Free Speech Too

    Where should we draw the line between censorship and free speech?  Fresno State University professor Randa Jarrar recently made headlines after she shared her opinions on the recently deceased former first lady Barbara Bush. Almost immediately afterward, she faced an…

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