January 21, 2018

Posts from "Opinion"

  • Opinion | Nov.05, 2015

    Let’s Hear it for the Girls

    by Taylor Godfrey ’19 Opinion Staff “Hey, are you going to the hockey game?” is a question heard many times on campus. Hockey games, and other sports games and events, are fun activities that let students show school spirit and…

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  • Opinion | Nov.05, 2015

    A Godless Education Leaves Students Cold

    by Matthew Tinsley ’16 Opinion Staff In a recent video posted on his “Word On Fire” website, Bishop Robert Barron draws a connection between two current topics: atheism in Harvard University’s freshman class and the Right-To-Die law passed last month…

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  • Opinion | Nov.05, 2015

    Tangents & Tirades

    Avoid Friday Afternoon Seminars A 2:30 p.m. DWC seminar is probably the worst thing that could ever possibly happen to a student at Providence College. Two-thirty is when my last class should be ending, not when it should be beginning.…

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  • Opinion | Nov.05, 2015

    You Are Always Enough

    by Gabriella Nigro ’16 Associate EIC Like clockwork, the leaves fall and the air starts to chill again. In the blink of an eye, school starts up, and the lightweight tees turn into thick-knit sweaters. The summer-faded flip-flops get boxed…

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  • Opinion | Nov.05, 2015

    Explore PC’s Past

    by McKenzie Tavella ’18 Opinion Staff Sometimes it is hard to think about the past when college students are so consumed with thinking about their future. However, it is important to be in touch with the past. This month marks…

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  • Opinion | Nov.05, 2015

    An Apology to the Core Leaders of Campus Ministry

    A Response to “Liberalism Is Not the Antithesis of Faith” by Patricia Krupinski ’16 Guest Opinion Mr. Edward Walrod’s article slanders the student leaders of Campus Ministry, and for this I apologize. As a student who spends most of her…

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  • Opinion | Oct.29, 2015

    Make Midterm Madness End

    by Sarah Kelley ’18 Opinion Staff With midterm madness finally coming to a close for most Providence College students, we all can take a deep sigh of relief. Yet as we breathe out whatever mixed emotions we have toward blue…

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  • Opinion | Oct.29, 2015

    The Humanities Matter Too

      by Hannah Paxton ’19 Opinion Staff Biology. Accounting. Finance. Majors relating to math and science are the ones we typically associate with college students. When we ask someone what their major is, we do not usually hear English, history,…

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  • Opinion | Oct.29, 2015

    Diversify PC’s Religious Studies

    by Wesley Trask ’16 Opinion Staff What is the first subject that one would think a religious school would teach? Analytical mathematics, obviously. But as a close second, it would be religion. Providence College is no exception, given its Dominican…

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  • Opinion | Oct.29, 2015

    Liberalism Is Not the Antithesis of Faith

    by Edward Walrod ’16 Opinion Staff The faith precedes the Church, the Bible, and certainly our customs. If you truly believe that those members of faith or the Church were organized in such a way 2,000 years ago or that…

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