July 20, 2017

Posts from "Opinion"

  • Opinion | Dec.10, 2015

    Our Aspirations Make Us Who We Are

    by Gabriella Nigro ’16 Associate EIC Providence College, it is December 10, 2015. How this semester has flown. Just yesterday I thought the summer sun was too hot, but I am quickly reminded by the frosty air that the seasons…

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  • Opinion | Dec.10, 2015

    Balance Your Budget

    by Daniel Barton ’18 Opinion Staff As Benjamin Franklin once said, “Time is money.” Well, for students here at Providence College, both seem to be equally invaluable at this point in the semester. With finals right around the corner, stress…

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  • Opinion | Dec.10, 2015

    You Are More Than Your Grades

    by Hannah Paxton ’19 Opinion Staff Unfortunately, students’ obsession over grades is an ever-growing trend in today’s society. A common discussion among peers is, “How did you do on the test?” or, “Did you get an A on the essay?”…

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  • Opinion | Dec.10, 2015

    Make Time for Yourself

    by Taylor Godfrey ’19 Opinion Staff We are now approaching the most magical time of the year, which, for college students, is also the most stressful. With both the holidays and finals approaching, many students find themselves focusing on their…

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  • Opinion | Dec.10, 2015

    Tangents & Tirades

    Avoid Big New Year’s Resolutions The year 2016 is barreling toward us. In just a matter of three weeks we’ll be counting down with family and friends to ring in the new year. Of course, for many people, a new…

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  • Opinion | Dec.03, 2015

    Finals Are Right Around the Corner

    by McKenzie Tavella ’18 Opinion Staff Each and every Providence College student knows how vital the time between Thanksgiving break and winter vacation is. That’s right, someone had to bring up the elephant in the room (or newspaper, I should…

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  • Opinion | Dec.03, 2015

    Confront History, Don’t Erase It

    by Carolyn Walsh ’17 Asst. Opinion Editor At Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson has become a topic of protest and controversy. As Princeton’s 13th president, Wilson is revered for improving the university’s academic standards. In his political career as the 28th…

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  • Opinion | Dec.03, 2015

    Radio Remixing Ruins Songs

    by Brianna Abbott ’17 Opinion Staff Rocking out to music in your car alone is a sacred, necessary time for most people, myself included. During this sacred time, the radio can be your best friend or your worst enemy, depending…

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  • Opinion | Dec.03, 2015

    PC Should Host Syrian Refugee Families

    by Edward Walrod ’16 Opinion Staff Believe it or not, there is a group of people who fear and hate ISIS more than we do. They are the same people whom 31 governors across the U.S. have threatened (illegally, I…

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  • Opinion | Dec.03, 2015

    Cheering to the Finish Line

    by Kathleen McGinty ’16 Editor-in-Chief Here we are, the end of the semester barreling toward us with less than two weeks left of classes and a week of finals looming before us. If your Thanksgiving break was anything like mine,…

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