May 30, 2017

Posts from "Opinion"

  • Opinion | Jul.20, 2015

    Find Kindness and Courage in Your Heart

    by Jacquelyn Kelley ’17 Opinion Editor High school and social anxiety are two things that usually go hand-in-hand. Junior Jacob Lescenski of Desert Oasis High School in Las Vegas, however, has proven that one can overcome the fear of judgment…

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  • Opinion | Jul.20, 2015

    Give Yourself a Break

    by Sarah Kelley ’18 Opinion Staff Wherever you turn on campus, there is bound to be competition. From the highly competitive tryouts for clubs and campus organizations to the challenging academic atmosphere and demand for success along with the idea…

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  • Opinion | Jul.20, 2015

    A Call to Teach & Serve

    by Dania Derivois ’15 Guest Opinion As my senior year at Providence College comes to a close, I am thinking back on the good times, but I’m also looking forward to my next chapter. Like many of you, I struggled…

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  • Opinion | Jul.20, 2015

    Finding the Fruits of Change

    by Kathleen McGinty ’16 Editor-in-Chief Just a few months ago, when  Providence College students returned to campus on MLK Day for the start of the spring semester, I was anxiously sitting alone in Logan Airport wiping tears of nervousness from…

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  • Opinion | Jul.20, 2015

    Tangents & Tirades

    Hotel Protest Was Ineffective Recently, a controversy has brewed on campus regarding the Renaissance Hotel and Providence College’s relationship with it. I won’t go into too many details since the topic has already been covered in this newspaper, but in…

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  • Opinion | Jul.20, 2015

    There Is Hope For Al Mag After All

    by Brianna Abbott ’17 Opinion Staff So, in my article two weeks ago regarding Albertus Magnus Hall and the Campus Transformation Project, I made a few mistakes—sorry everyone! Al Mag has not been included in the Campus Transformation Project; but,…

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  • Opinion | Jul.20, 2015

    Why I Wrote For The Cowl For Four Years and Why You Should Too

    by Christina Moazed ’15 Opinion Staff Emeritus Okay, not everyone can write for The Cowl. But if you so happen to enjoy the comfort of your own voice, coupled with the solemnity of writing on a Friday night, as the…

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  • Opinion | Mar.26, 2015

    Tangents & Tirades

    RIPTA Needs To Get Its Act Together I don’t want to sound like a southerner, specifically the kind who thought the storm was the end of the world, causing the state of Georgia to completely shut down after receiving one-third…

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  • Opinion | Mar.26, 2015

    Charity Is a Pillar of Our Humanity

    by Nicole Corbin ’15 Opinion Editor “Love is the beauty of the soul.” St. Augustine spoke these words centuries ago, and yet the truth of the phrase persists. For St. Augustine, love is the will to help others; this concept…

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  • Opinion | Mar.26, 2015

    Friars Club Makes PC Outshine Other Colleges

    by McKenzie Tavella ’18 Opinion Staff As a student, it is hard to deny how surreal it is to be sitting in McPhail’s, or anywhere on campus for that matter, doing homework and watching the Friars Club give tours, traveling…

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