January 21, 2018

Posts from "Campus"

  • Campus | Nov.02, 2017

    Social Media Endangers the Truth

    by Kevin Copp ’18   Opinion Staff   The photo that has been making the rounds on social media and in the minds of everyone who has seen it has left an indelible mark on Providence College’s campus. Unfortunately for…

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  • Campus | Nov.02, 2017

    Leaving a Legacy: All-Female Student Congress

    Graphic Courtesy of Sarah Kelley ’18 by Kelsey Dass ’18   Opinion Staff   Women currently make up a minority of leadership positions in countries all over the world, including the United States. The question is, how do we begin to…

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  • Campus | Nov.02, 2017

    Scholar Greg Ricks Inspires Student Activism

    by Lela Biggus ’18   Opinion Staff   Global Studies Visiting Scholar Dr.  Greg Ricks, arrived at Providence College on Monday, October 23, for a week of conversation about social justice and racial equality, visits to public and community service…

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  • Opinion | Nov.02, 2017

    Tangents and Tirades

    Save Water -Turn Off  Sprinklers Throughout the past couple of months, Providence has experienced a few rainy days here and there. Although these stormy days often bring a sense of gloom and despair to campus, they allow for the various…

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  • Opinion | Oct.26, 2017

    We Need Gun Reform Now

    by Andrea Traietti ’21 Opinion Staff It has been just under one month since the deadliest shooting by an individual in United States history. The Las Vegas shooting on Oct. 1 left 58 innocent people dead and over 500 wounded.…

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  • Opinion | Oct.26, 2017

    The Power of Media: A Cause For Alarm

    by Kevin Copp ’18 Opinion Staff The role of the media in the American zeitgeist today is impossible to understate. In the age of information, the news sources and outlets that people return to day after day and year after…

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  • Campus | Oct.26, 2017

    Pumpkinfest Petting Zoo

    by Sarah Kelley ’18 Opinion Co-Editor Although the heat of summer was still lingering this past Friday, fall was definitely in the air during Providence College’s annual Pumpkin Fest. This autumnal event sponsored by Student Congress, BMSA, BOP, and Community…

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  • Opinion | Oct.26, 2017

    Malala Is More Than Her Jeans

    by Hannah Paxton ’19 Asst. Opinion Editor What does it mean to be a young Pakistani woman in 2017? When Malala Yousafzai was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman in 2012, she was one voice of the many…

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  • Opinion | Oct.26, 2017

    Tangents and Tirades

    Stop Sexualizing Female Halloween Costumes What are we trying to tell our girls? When you are a child, Halloween is about costume parades, trick-or-treating, and haunted houses with friends. For girls, at some point, they hit an age where that…

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  • Campus | Oct.19, 2017

    We Can Do It, PC: Women of Meagher is a Step in the Right Direction

    by Katherine Torok ’20 Opinion Staff It has been about 47 years since Providence College accepted and enrolled its first female students. What began as an all-male private Roman Catholic school in 1917 has transformed into a co-ed college with…

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