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Zac Brown Band’s New Single, Anticipating Fourth Album

Arts & Entertainment | Jan.30, 2015

Zac Brown Band’s New Single, Anticipating Fourth Album

by Ryan Cox ’18 A&E Staff The award-winning country group Zac Brown Band released their 16th single this past week with “Homegrown,” the first single off of their upcoming fourth album, set to be released later this year. The release…

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Arts & Entertainment | Jan.30, 2015

Don’t Overlook HBO Series Looking

by Mary McGreal ’15 A&E Staff HBO’s Looking, referred to Brian Moylan of The Guardian as “TV’s only gay show,” is back for its second season. While Looking may currently be “TV’s only gay show,” it exists in the legacy…

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Arts & Entertainment | Jan.30, 2015

What to Expect from Musicians this Spring

by Dan Gagnon ’15 A&E Staff This spring will prove to be an exciting time for music fans, with several major upcoming releases. Artists such as Imagine Dragons are seeking to continue their streak of pop-rock hits. Others such as…

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Arts & Entertainment | Jan.30, 2015

Will Physical Media’s Return Last?

by Ryan Charland ’18 A&E Staff In the midst of the e-book/MP3/digital download revolution, physical media is making an unprecedented comeback. Recent poll results and sale predictions suggest that the world may not favor the electronic over the physical as…

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Opinion | Jan.30, 2015

Expand the Network at Networking Nights

by Jacquelyn Kelley ’17 Asst. Opinion Editor With about 5,000 students here at Providence College, it’s difficult to please everyone all of the time. The Alumni/Student Networking Night on campus last week exhibited this fact, as some students were particularly…

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Opinion | Jan.30, 2015

Tangents & Tirades

Snow Days Save Students from the Stresses of School After a seemingly short winter break compared to past years, the first full week of classes came all too quickly for PC students and professors alike. Yet in our reluctance to…

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Opinion | Jan.30, 2015

Let’s Deflate the Deflategate Controversy

by Brianna Abbott ’17 Opinion Staff America has been battling a second civil war with Patriots on the front line since Jan. 19. The NFL recently discovered that 11 of the 12 footballs used by the Patriots in the AFC…

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Opinion | Jan.30, 2015

Life Is Spin Art: It Will Never Be Perfect

by Edward Walrod ’16 Opinion Staff It is that time of year again: spring semester! Congratulations! You all survived half of the year. Now only one more semester until…Well that’s the issue. That sentence can’t be finished. Many of us…

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Opinion | Jan.30, 2015

Just a Little Respect

by Nicole Corbin ’15 Opinion Editor Once upon a time, women could wear whatever they wanted and nobody cared. Actually, wait a minute, that has never been true. As far back as the renaissance period (soul-crushing whale bone corsets, anyone?)…

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Sports | Jan.30, 2015

Henton Shrugging Off the Doubters: Named to Top 25 Mid-Season Player List

by James Kirby ’15 Sports Staff There were some eyebrows raised when LaDontae Henton ’15 was not selected to the pre-season All-Big East First Team. Henton was, after all, the second leading scorer on the team who had just won…

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