April 25, 2017

Posts from "Opinion"

  • Opinion | Jan.28, 2010

    Faith Matters

    Fr. James Cuddy, O.P. / Contributing Writer As I write, I’m watching many of our students storm the floor at the Dunk to celebrate the basketball team’s victory over UConn. A convincing win over a ranked opponent is just what…

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  • Opinion | Jan.21, 2010

    Burnt Lips, Bloody Pigs, and Sticky Myrrh

    The sensation of snowflakes settling in your hair and eyebrows, the gentle burn as the first sip of hot chocolate hits your lips, the feel of a mittened hand entwined with your own.

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  • Opinion | Dec.03, 2009

    Kris Kringle Was One Radical Dude

    Tim Fleming ’11 / Commentary Staff Among the incredibly commercial messages and neatly-tied-up endings that just scream “deus ex machina” our generation can learn a great deal from the stop motion Christmas classic Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town. For…

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  • Opinion | Nov.08, 2001

    Weeding your Garden

    by Maria Monaco You could say that I’ve been stringing along obsessions my whole life. One by one they’ve kind of all joined with me together. They all live together in the garden of my mind in a kind of…

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  • Opinion | Nov.08, 2001

    You Can Run, But You Can’t Hide

    by Kaitlin Fluet A crush can be a traumatic thing. I’m starting to think I should start a support group for those victims of particularly extensive distressing obsessions. Everybody has a story to tell. We could sit around in a…

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  • Opinion | Nov.08, 2001

    SHEPARD: Challenging More than a Few Mindsets

    by Tylea Richard Providence College saw the millennium come and go, remembering the Civil Rights movement and women’s liberation, and still sat twiddling their thumbs about the possibility of a gay-straight alliance on campus. In fact, when a group of…

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  • Opinion | Nov.08, 2001

    Honk Honk

    by Jessica Bonvino Jessica Albetski has a car on campus. Get off the road or make room because my blue Dodge Neon may plow you down. So, I’m a bit late with this announcement. I’ve actually had my car for…

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  • Opinion | Nov.05, 2001

    Tangents and Tirades

    by Stephanie Pietros ’04 Keep it against the true homophobia SHEPARD, PC’s first homosexual discussion club, announced its goals last week, dedicating itself to “Stopping Homophobia, Eliminating Prejudices, and Restoring Dignity.” These are all noble and legitimate objects, but the popular…

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  • Opinion | Nov.04, 2001

    232 Words to the New AD

    by, R.J. Friedman The new Athletic Director of Providence College is scheduled to be announced today, Nov. 1, by Rev. Philip A. Smith, O.P., President of the College. While only a select few know who Fr. Smith will select, what…

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  • Opinion | Nov.04, 2001

    TV’s not all just Will and Grace: pop culture skips that “moral ground,”

    By John McHugh More often than not, trends in popular culture are solid indicators of the values and opinions that a society holds. Anytime one turns on the television or picks up a magazine, it is difficult not to notice social…

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