February 19, 2019

Posts from "Opinion"

  • Opinion | Oct.25, 2018

    Watch Your Words: Evaluating Emotional Expressions

    by Joshua Chlebowski ’21 Opinion Staff Who we are is inextricably linked to the social position that we hold, be it student, professor, law official or medical professional. Everyone fulfills  a certain position and with these roles comes the expectation…

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  • Opinion | Oct.25, 2018

    Tangents and Tirades

    Time to Learn Climate Change Last week, a report released from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change detailed the devastating impacts that global warming has on our planet, and will continue to have unless serious changes are made. The effects…

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  • Opinion | Oct.25, 2018

    What is Love? (Baby, Don’t Hurt Me)

    by Elizabeth McGinn ’21 Opinion Staff Love: a four-letter word meaning intense affection for someone or something; often romantic and sexual; a religion, a lifestyle, a purpose. The grandiose and romantic ideals passed down through art and literature provide a…

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  • Opinion | Oct.25, 2018

    Stand With Survivors: PC Needs More Resources For Victims of Sexual Assault

    by Alyssa Cohen ’21 Opinion Staff Due to the recent political controversy involving Brett Kavanaugh, as well as the rise of the  #MeToo Movement, the nationwide plight of sexual assault has finally come into the limelight. As the topic of…

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  • Campus | Oct.18, 2018

    Marching for Justice: PC Students Stand with Victims of Sexual Assault

    by Angela Bueso ’22 Opinion Staff It can be the person who sits next to you in biology lab, your seminar classmate, the guy who held the elevator for you, your professor, or the delightful lady who serves your lunch…

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  • Opinion | Oct.18, 2018

    Cultivating Community Despite Language Discrepancies: New York and New England Slang are “Wicked” Different

    by Katherine Belbusti ’22 Opinion Staff   When going off to college, one fully expects to have to adapt to his or her new environment.  Adjustments that come to mind are making friends, adjusting to an academic schedule and living…

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  • Opinion | Oct.18, 2018

    What is Moore for? The Center at Moore Hall Must Facilitate Social Change

    by Laura Arango ’20 Opinion Staff What should the Center for Inclusive Excellence at Moore Hall be used for? This question has been the subject of contentious debate since Dr. Shan Mukhtar, director of the center, expressed her belief that…

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  • Opinion | Oct.18, 2018

    One Syllabus at a Time

    by Emily Ball ’22 Opinion Staff   Syllabus week: the first week of classes, the week where college professors throw their semester-long, jam-packed class syllabi at you, the bane of any college student’s existence.  A typical college syllabus contains a…

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  • Opinion | Oct.18, 2018

    Say “Nay” to BPAs: Limit Plastic Usage Due to Health Risks

    by Alyssa Cohen ’21 Opinion Staff   We live in a world consumed by plastic. It is a cheap and readily accessible material that we use in virtually every aspect of our lives. Water bottles, children’s toys, food packaging—plastic, plastic,…

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  • Tangents | Oct.18, 2018

    Tangents and Tirades

      Treat Yourself to a Good Cry Midterm season is upon us. With so many assignments, deadlines, and responsibilities quickly approaching, stress is inevitable. There are lots of great ways to reduce some of the tension that you may be…

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