Kathryn Libertini ’23
I hear “So let me tell you guys why I chose Providence College” as I turn the corner in Slavin. My heart is pounding, not from the stairs, no, but from the pressure. Tonight’s game against Creighton decides if we win the Big East Championship. Coach Cooley met with me to discuss details, and the importance of a good crowd. I can’t eat, I can’t sleep, I sit through class knowing only the massive role I play in the game. I failed two exams this week alone. Eventually I beg my roommate to drop me off five hours early in her Toyota Corolla Sport before anyone else is at the Dunk. I use my all-access pass to get through the front—I haven’t used the student entrance in months. I want to be the first one on the court. I put on my uniform and hear people swarm the stands. I know it’s finally my time. I step court-side, hearing only cheering fans and DJ Finesse’s remix of “You Belong With Me.” I know it’s all for me. Suddenly I hear, “Hey, Friar Dom! Can I get a picture with my kid?” I bend down and give a thumbs up for the camera.
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My mozz sticks got cold.
Um, I’m kind of…stuck. In the flame.
My syllabus says that Tuesday is a Monday schedule.
I called Fix-It two months ago and they still haven’t come.
A squirrel jumped out of a trash can just to stare at me.
My professor just said “semester-long group projects.”
I saw Friar Dom outside of a sporting event.
There’s a 45-minute wait for the Eaton Street Café.
Golden Crust is closed, but I’m still hungry.
I think the RIPTA might be on time.
I ran out of FriarBucks and it’s only September.
I have to walk from Smith to Harkins in two minutes.