March 24, 2017

Posts from "Opinion"

  • Opinion | Mar.02, 2017

    We Come in Peace

    by Brianna Abbott ’17 Opinion Co-Editor The discovery of alien persons is more theologically complex; however, there is still room for alien persons in the Catholic faith. There is no definite theological basis for human beings as the only persons…

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  • Opinion | Mar.02, 2017

    Clear Skies, Cloudy Future

    by Sarah Kelley ’18 Opinion Staff This past week’s unusually warm weather brought a dramatic change from the frigid forecast of snow and ice that New Englanders are normally accustomed to this time of year. With temperatures holding near 70…

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  • Editor's Column | Mar.02, 2017

    An Apology to the Providence College Community

    by The Cowl‘s Editorial Board Editor’s Column On behalf of The Cowl’s entire staff, we extend our deepest apologies to the Providence College community for a misprint in our Feb. 16 issue. The article, “Panel Discusses Diversity and the Catholic Identity,”…

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  • Opinion | Mar.02, 2017

    Bursting The Partisan Bubble

    by Nicholas Moran ’19 Opinion Staff Weeks of tension between the Trump administration and the press violently exploded on Friday, February 24 as Trump barred CNN, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Politico, and Buzzfeed from an “informal…

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  • Opinion | Mar.02, 2017

    Anti-Semitism In America

    By Hannah Paxton ’19 Opinion Staff While most would like to believe that prejudice towards the Jewish community is a thing of the past, the damaged and disintegrated gravestones in a historic Jewish cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri send a…

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  • Opinion | Feb.20, 2017

    Trump Looks To Trim FDA

    By Kelsey Dass ’18 Opinion Staff Where should we start? With the hustle and bustle under President Trump, there are a lot of administrative changes being made. As Americans watch the evening news during dinnertime, they may be paying more…

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  • Opinion | Feb.16, 2017

    No Check, No Balance

    by Taylor Godfrey ’19 Asst. Opinion Editor Isn’t it the worst feeling to get the mail from your mailbox at home and see that envelope with those three words that can ruin your entire day: “official juror summons?” No one…

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  • Opinion | Feb.16, 2017

    Racism Is Now In Session(s)

    by Kevin Copp ’18 Opinion Staff For all of the unqualified and unprepared members of President Donald Trump’s new cabinet, the appointment of Jeff Sessions as the new attorney general represents the greatest threat to the democracy that so many…

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  • Opinion | Feb.16, 2017

    Gaga over Gaga— ‘Fat’ And All

    by Allison LaBelle ’20 Opinion Staff If you saw Lady Gaga’s halftime performance during the Super Bowl last week, then chances are her talent and vocals blew you away. Lady Gaga’s individuality is admirable. Her confidence shines on the stage,…

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  • Opinion | Feb.09, 2017

    A March In The Wrong Direction?

    by Brianna Abbott ’17 Opinion Co-Editor Feet are growing weary and arms are growing tired. People are running out of clever ideas for signs; but the wave of marchers protesting different aspects of the new Trump administration refuses to ebb.…

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