January 21, 2018

Posts from "Opinion"

  • Opinion | Sep.15, 2016

    United We Stand

    by Brianna Abbott ’17 Opinion Co-Editor Two thousand, nine hundred and seventy seven flags stood on Slavin Lawn on Sunday, September 11, reminding us of the 2,977 lives lost on that day 15 years ago. For college students, most of…

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  • Opinion | Sep.15, 2016

    Heroin Addiction in America

    by Carolyn Walsh ’17 Opinion Co-Editor Over the weekend, one of the top trending news stories on Facebook and across the internet highlighted a shocking and disturbing incident of drug abuse and overdose. Last Wednesday, a police officer in the…

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  • Opinion | Sep.01, 2016

    Dealing With Development

    by Taylor Godfrey ’19 Asst. Opinion Editor For students returning to the Providence College campus this week, it is clear that much has changed in the few short months we were away. Huxley Avenue is almost unrecognizable, and what once…

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  • Opinion | Sep.01, 2016

    Is Clickbait the Future of News?

      by Daniel Barton ’18 Opinion Staff In this day and age, the American media is not pressed to find news stories to report. With the current racial climate, as well as the 2016 presidential election, the news cycle is very…

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  • Opinion | Sep.01, 2016

    Family Has No Definition

    by Carolyn Walsh ’17 Opinion Co-Editor Among the skilled athletes competing at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, American gymnast Simone Biles’ performance earned her a spot among the best of the best. Biles, who has not lost a competition since…

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  • Editor's Column | Sep.01, 2016

    New Year Brings New Changes

    Photo Courtesy of clippings.me By Katharine Puzycki ’17 and Jackie Kelley ’17 Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editor-in-Chief We come back to campus this fall at an exciting time for Providence College. Our community continues to grow as we welcome the Class of 2020…

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  • Opinion | Sep.01, 2016

    No More Bashing Millennials

    by Hannah Paxton ’19 Opinion Staff As young adults, we are often labeled as the spoiled, self-centered generation. It is a stereotype that older generations seem to so stubbornly believe, whether as a way to put the blame on young…

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  • Opinion | Apr.28, 2016

    The Importance of Being Yourself

    by Taylor Godfrey ’19   As my freshman year of college comes to a close, I have had some time to think about what has happened throughout the year and the period of adjustment that all freshmen go through. College…

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  • Opinion | Apr.28, 2016

    Keep Making Change: Graduates and Undergrads Must Still Fight for Progress

    by Edward Walrod ’16   As seniors wrap up their last week of classes, the sudden realization hits that many of the faces who we have come to associate with the College itself will be leaving. Gone like the wind.…

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  • Opinion | Apr.28, 2016

    A Thank You To Dr. Esolen

    by Matt Tinsley ’16   It takes a unique person to inspire us, refine and embolden our thinking, and make a lasting impact on our college experience. It takes a rare talent to reach students, carefully walk them through some…

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