June 23, 2017

Posts from "Editor's Column"

  • Editor's Column | Oct.20, 2016

    Thank You, Office of Safety & Security

    by Jacquelyn Kelley ’17 Associate Editor-in-Chief After dedicating countless hours to The Cowl every week, our staff cannot help but consider each issue precious. In the words of my associate, Katie Puzycki ’17, the final product is like “our child,”…

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  • Opinion | Oct.12, 2016

    The First Female Candidate

    by Taylor Godfrey ’19 Asst. Opinion Editor Regardless of who wins the 2016 presidential election, it has already made history. Having a woman as the candidate for a major political party is a huge achievement, giving hope that the world…

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  • Opinion | Oct.12, 2016

    Hard Work Pays Off

    by Daniel Barton ’18 Opinion Staff This past Thursday, September 29, Providence College’s Entrepreneurial Society hosted Rich Gotham ’86, the President of the Boston Celtics. At this event, Gotham spoke about his experience at PC and how it helped him…

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  • Opinion | Oct.12, 2016

    Was Civ Really that Bad?

    by McKenzie Tavella ’18 Opinion Staff I have always been curious to find out how many students at Providence College did not enjoy Development of Western Civilization as a part of our curriculum. Of course, before attending PC, Civ is…

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  • Opinion | Oct.12, 2016

    There Is Room For More Than Two

    by Lela Biggus ’18 Opinion Staff The first presidential debate of the 2016 election went down just last week, giving America a lot to think about, the media a lot to report on, and me a lot to roll my…

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  • Opinion | Oct.12, 2016

    New Cowl Feature To Spark Change

    by Katherine Puzycki ’17 Editor-in-Chief It is with much excitement that I announce one of The Cowl’s newest features: a monthly article that will center on recycling and sustainability efforts on campus. These stories will run in the News section…

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  • Opinion | Sep.29, 2016

    Who You Shouldn’t Vote For

    by Kevin Copp ’18 Opinion Staff The upcoming election presents no easy answer for the presidency, especially for a college student attending a school steeped in the values of truth and integrity. Neither of the major candidates seems to have…

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  • Opinion | Sep.29, 2016

    The Unsung Heroes of SRW

    by Brianna Abbott ’17 Opinion Co-Editor Another senior class has donned their rings and taken pictures in front of St. Dominic Chapel. We had a little too much fun during Special Events Night, pretended that we were adults during formal…

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  • Opinion | Sep.29, 2016

    Refuges Are Not a Threat

    by Carolyn Walsh ’17 Opinion Co-Editor Last week Donald Trump Jr., the son of the Republican presidential nominee, tweeted a photo of a bowl of Skittles with a caption that read: “If I had a bowl of skittles and I…

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  • Opinion | Sep.29, 2016

    MLK Talk: It’s Time For Change

    by Hannah Paxton ’19 Opinion Staff “This is your century,” Professor Carson told a room full of Providence College students during his lecture, “Martin Luther King Jr. and Liberal Arts Education.” For such a short statement, it speaks volumes—not only…

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