July 24, 2017

Posts from "Opinion"

  • Opinion | Mar.23, 2017

    U.S. Needs to Curb North Korean Aggression

      by Nicholas Moran ’19 Opinion Staff What had been a normal day in Hiroshima disappeared in a great white flash, as August 6, 1945 quickly turned into hell on earth. For the past 72 years, the horror of the…

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  • Opinion | Mar.23, 2017

    Ray-spect the Recommendations Board

      by Hannah Paxton ’19 Opinion Staff The recommendation board in the Raymond Dining Hall is a great resource, but like everything else, it can easily be abused. Students have the freedom to write whatever they want on sticky notes,…

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  • Letters to the Editor | Mar.23, 2017

    Letter to the Editor: Keep “Yuck Truck” on Campus

      We, the Executive Board of the 67th Student Congress, the Student Life Chair, and Student Congress Sodexo Representative, met with Chief Financial Officer John Sweeney and Assistant Vice President for Business Services Warren Gray on Monday, March 20, in…

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  • Editor's Column | Mar.23, 2017

    PC: Let’s Clean Up Our Act

      by Jacquelyn Kelley ’17 Associate Editor-in-Chief When will we learn? It was only two years ago that a former Editor-in-Chief of The Cowl, Mason Sciotti ’15, wrote a column condemning aggressive and destructive behavior at off-campus parties. At the…

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  • Opinion | Mar.23, 2017

    Tangents & Tirades

    College Snow Days are a Blessing The annoucement of a snow day always recieves a diverse response across campus. Some Providence College students use snow days as a way to catch up or even get ahead on their work for…

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  • Opinion | Mar.16, 2017

    Redefining American Values

    by Kelsey Dass ’18 Opinion Staff This land is your land; this land is our land? As President Donald Trump begins his time in office, many new decisions and policies are being made. This includes his decision regarding the Dakota…

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  • Opinion | Mar.16, 2017

    March Madness: Branding Over Talent?

    by Kevin Copp ’18 Opinion Staff The excitement created by March Madness is normally unparalleled on many college campuses. At about 5 p.m. on Selection Sunday, every fan begins to dream of his or her team cutting down the nets.…

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  • Opinion | Mar.16, 2017

    Balancing Protest With Privilege

    by Bridget Blain ’19 Opinion Staff This past Wednesday marked International Women’s Day, a day dedicated to remembering the movement for women’s rights and to celebrate the achievements of women all around the world. It also serves as a reminder…

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  • Featured Slider | Mar.16, 2017

    Nobody’s Perfect (You Gotta Work It)

    By Laura Arango ’20 Opinion Staff Every college student knows the struggle of multiple all-nighters in preparation for midterms week. Too often students put their own mental and physical health aside in striving for a perfection that no one can…

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  • Opinion | Mar.02, 2017

    We Come in Peace

    by Brianna Abbott ’17 Opinion Co-Editor The discovery of alien persons is more theologically complex; however, there is still room for alien persons in the Catholic faith. There is no definite theological basis for human beings as the only persons…

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