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Posts from "Opinion"

  • Opinion | Feb.11, 2010

    Service With More Than Just a Smile

    There are hundreds of thousands of individuals who have committed themselves to the service of others after natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina, the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, and most recently, the earthquake in Haiti.

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  • Opinion | Feb.11, 2010

    Stuffed Up Country

    While most college students spent their winter breaks sleeping, eating, watching movie marathons, hanging out with high school friends, or spending time with family, I had another task on my very full winter break plate. Next to the Christmas ham and apple pie was the nauseating, headache-inducing, oh-so-stressful task of packing.

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  • Opinion | Feb.11, 2010

    Editorial: Dialogues this February and Beyond

    The Commentary section of this newspaper has often been the springboard for debate on campus, especially among students of opposing ideologies. Last week’s issue of The Cowl certainly sparked some controversy.

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  • Opinion | Feb.11, 2010

    “Rules of the Rock”: Keeping the Peace Among Roommates

    Every time I open the door to Suites 506, I do not know what to expect. If you were to walk in right now, there would be empty pizza boxes and work boots cluttering the floor immediately before you, with popcorn covering most of the area around the couches and TV.

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  • Opinion | Feb.11, 2010

    V-Day 2010

    Four PC students show their support for The Vagina Monologues

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  • Opinion | Feb.11, 2010

    Tangents and Tirades

    This weeks Tangents and Tirades by the Commentary Staff

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  • Opinion | Feb.04, 2010

    10 Goals for 2010: Study Habits to Text Habits

    Jenn DiPirro ’12 / Commentary Staff I have decided to make it my personal vendetta to try to help myself break a few bad habits. I have made a list of goals that I will strive to carry out in…

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  • Opinion | Feb.04, 2010

    Misery and Cowardice: Present and Accounted For

    My general problem with accounting majors may be biased. I’ll say that right away. Those I am closest to are two of my best friends and also my roommates, so I am constantly exposed to their almost perpetual complaints and expressions of the most loathsome hatred for their accounting homework.

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  • Opinion | Feb.04, 2010

    A More Sensitive Approach to Teen Moms

    I had teen pregnancy on my mind when I first sat down to read the Jan. 28 article “Dropping the Bomb on Teen Moms” by Viviana Garcia ’12. With the season finale of Teen Mom and another season of 16 and Pregnant in the works on MTV, I approached Garcia’s article with interest.

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  • Opinion | Feb.04, 2010

    Faith Matters

    It’s perfectly natural to struggle with your faith from time to time. Everybody—from the most devout believers to those who have a more casual relationship with the Church—has moments when God can seem to be absent from their lives.

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