June 23, 2017

Posts from "thecowl"

  • Arts & Entertainment | Jul.20, 2015

    France Writes Law Fining Models

    by Isabella Goldstein ’17 A&E Staff Glancing at any high fashion magazine today, one will most likely find an extremely slender model gracing the cover, a far cry from when Marilyn Monroe’s physique was considered most desirable in society. In…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Jul.20, 2015

    Let’s Rave: Justin Bieber Roast

    by Kelly Laske ’16 A&E Staff “Justin, you have such a huge career behind you,” is just one of the harsh insults from the highly anticipated Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber that has been the talk of the entertainment…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Jul.20, 2015

    Tidal to Bring “Value” Back to Music

    by Kealy Robertson ’16 A&E Staff Everyone who listens to music is familiar with SoundCloud, Pandora, and Spotify—each being means in which individuals today stream music online. They have become a standard way for artists and their fans to stay…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Jul.20, 2015

    Nintendo Ventures into Mobile Gaming

    by Ryan Cox ’18 A&E Staff The past month has been a whirlwind of speculation for Nintendo’s future gaming endeavors. The video game giant recently announced that it would begin producing video games on the mobile platform as part of…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Jul.20, 2015

    Smith Center Presents Blithe Spirit

    by Ryan Charland ’18 A&E Staff In a continuation of an already excellent 2014-2015 season, the Department of Theatre, Dance, and Film is currently presenting Blithe Spirit. The production is directed by Casey Seymour Kim (a renowned artist from Pawtucket’s…

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  • Sports | Jul.20, 2015

    Softball Making Huge Strides

    by Sarah Wacik ’15 Sports Staff The start of spring can only mean one thing for the Providence College Women’s Softball team: time to play ball. Over Easter break, the Friars hosted their first two home series of the 2015…

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  • Opinion | Jul.20, 2015

    Appreciate the Convenience and Luxury of College Dining

    by McKenzie Tavella ’18 Opinion Staff After coming home for Easter break, I have not only gained a few more cavities, but also a newfound perspective. The first thing I always seem to do the second I arrive home, aside…

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  • Opinion | Jul.20, 2015

    Response to Mason Sciotti ’15’s Editor’s Column

    Dear Mason, We have recently read your article in the latest issue of The Cowl entitled, “Five Graduation Tickets Is Not Enough,” and would like to offer some information that should clarify your concerns. The technological requirements necessary to execute…

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  • Sports | Jul.20, 2015

    Lacrosse Fights Hard Against Georgetown

    by Brannon Walker-Hodges ’16 Sports Staff The Friar Men’s Lacrosse team is in full spring swing now, as they have played their first 10 games of the season already. On Saturday, April 4, the Friar Men’s Lacrosse team was defeated…

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  • Sports | Jul.20, 2015

    Friar Athlete in History: John McDonald

    by Jeff Williams ’16 Sports Staff At any other Big East school, John McDonald ’96 would not be much of a notable name in its sports history, as far as his professional career is concerned. A journeyman who hung around…

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