July 14, 2020

Posts from "Campus"

  • Campus | Oct.31, 2019

    PC Should Institute Mental Health Days

      by Joshua Chlebowski ’21 Opinion Staff Since October is Mental Health Awareness Month, students, faculty, and staff have all been able to participate in a range of activities, such as the semi-colon project, fresh check day, and wilderness retreats,…

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  • Opinion | Oct.31, 2019

    Tangents & Tirades

      Take the Challenge, Not the “Easy A” As spring 2020 registration comes around the corner, students should focus more on what classes interest them rather than if the class is an “easy A.”  The website RateMyProfessor.com has been a…

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  • Opinion | Oct.31, 2019

    PC Polls

    Last week’s results are in… Should vaping be illegal?   Yes: 54% No: 46%   This Week’s Question: Should campus security officers be armed? Vote online until Monday, Novemb­­er 4 using the link on our Facebook and Instagram…

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  • Opinion | Oct.24, 2019

    Put an End to the Trend: Stop E-Cigarette Use at PC

      by Marie Sweeney ’20 Opinion Staff In the past few years, vaping and Juuling have become increasingly popular on college campuses across the U.S. However, recently there have been reports of illness, intense addiction, irreversible health damage, and even…

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  • Opinion | Oct.24, 2019

    Making Space for the Politically Unaffiliated at PC

      by Julia McCoy ’22 Opinion Staff With an election year on the horizon, it is not uncommon to hear politics being discussed on Providence College’s campus. In fact, there are many opportunities to do so provided by the College…

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  • Tangents | Oct.24, 2019

    Tangents & Tirades

    Viral Pelosi Picture: Making a Point about Political Representation Last week, a photo of Nancy Pelosi standing and pointing at President Trump during a White House meeting went viral. President Trump captioned the photo on Twitter “Nervous Nancy’s unhinged meltdown!”…

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  • Opinion | Oct.10, 2019

    Living in a Like-Free Society

    by Olivia Bretzman ’22 Opinion Staff College campuses seem to eat, sleep, and breathe social media.  Providence College is no exception; in fact, social media, particularly Instagram, holds such a strong presence that many could not imagine life without it.…

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  • Opinion | Oct.10, 2019

    Decision to Repave Eaton St. Reflects Importance of Community Involvement

    by Katie Belbusti ’22 Opinion Staff As many students and fellow Providence residents have noticed, the city of Providence decided to repave Eaton Street to make the driving lanes smaller and add a bike lane. The city of Providence thought…

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  • Campus | Oct.10, 2019

    Mental Health Awareness Month at PC: How Can We Eliminate Barriers to Student Participation?

    by Erin Garvey ’22 Opinion Staff Are you ever stressed? Anxious? Depressed? Do you have a group of people that you can go to when you feel this way? Many students on campus will say they have found a group…

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  • Opinion | Oct.10, 2019

    Tangents & Tirades

    A Creative Approach to Oral Communication Being a proficient public speaker is a necessary skill for a college student, which is why Providence College has an oral communication requirement. Although PC offers many different classes that cover oral communication, more…

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