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Olympic Security Precautions Hinder Sense of Nationalism

Opinion | Jan.30, 2014

Olympic Security Precautions Hinder Sense of Nationalism

by Kelly Sullivan ’15 Opinion Editor As the Winter Olympics approach, so should a sense of nationalism, pride, and excitement to share those feelings with other countries and cultures from around the world. The dire need for extreme security at…

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Opinion | Jan.30, 2014

Awareness Is Key to Ending Intimate Violence

PC Offers Opportunities to Educate and Speak Out against Violence by Jacquelyn Kelley ’17 Opinion Staff Being back on campus means that, once again, our inboxes are inundated with emails concerning campus events. When receiving so many emails at once,…

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Opinion | Jan.30, 2014

Tangents & Tirades

Shootings Indicate Need for Change by Nicole Corbin ’15 The recent mall shooting in Columbia, Md., which left three people, including the shooter, dead at the hands of 19 year-old gunman Darion Marcus Aguilar, further continues a disturbing trend in…

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Opinion | Jan.30, 2014

The Cowl Strives to Maintain Balance of Opinions

by Kayla Fernandes ’14 & Keely Mohin ’14 EIC & Associate EIC For the first time in a long time, The Cowl contains a point-by-point style of discussion regarding a sometimes tense topic of debate: abortion. In the past, we,…

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Letters to the Editor | Jan.30, 2014

Dear Providence College Students, Getcha Heads in the Game

The members of the Men’s Basketball Team, who proudly wear the colors of our school, have been exceeding expectations and surging their way toward the top of the Big East. It seems, however, that many of you have failed to…

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Opinion | Jan.30, 2014

Friar in France

by Christina Moazed ’15 Opinion Staff We all have a special place that we admire or that we hope to uncover one day; to aimlessly meander through its beautiful streets and exchange laughs with strangers. For me, this place is…

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Opinion | Jan.30, 2014

Make This Year Memorable

Maintain Persistence for the Upcoming Year by Matt Santos ’14 Opinion Staff The calendar has been switched for nearly a month now, the champagne corks have been swept away with the confetti, and the beautiful wagon has turned back into…

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Opinion | Jan.30, 2014

Christie Campaign Hinges on Public Image

Bridging the Gap to a Possible Presidency by Carolyn Walsh ’17 Opinion Staff So far, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is not having a great year. He has found himself immersed in his own Watergate-esque scandal, as it was revealed…

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Opinion | Jan.30, 2014

Pro-Life Vs. Pro-Choice

Don’t Deny a Child the Chance to Live by Brianna Abbott ’17 Opinion Staff While most PC students hunkered down for a Netflix marathon during the first snow day of the year, a bus full of students, Fr. Justin Brophy,…

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Sports | Jan.30, 2014

Friars Put in Balanced Effort at Sorlien Invitational

by Billy O’Brien ’17 Sports Staff A balanced team effort brought about the Friars’ successes on Jan. 18 at the URI Sorlien Invitational, where they earned four first and second-place finishes. Austin King’s 50.22-second 400 meter dash and James Campel’s…

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