Celia Rose Smith
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iPod Sentiments

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Celia Rose Smith Assistant Editor-In-Chief Hello readers, welcome to my column. For those of you who are strangers to my existence, my name is Celia Smith and I am the Assistant Editor-in-Chief and Opinion editor of Le Provocateur. I am a Virgo, a crucial fact... More »

Soundtrack of my semester

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Celia Rose Smith – As­sis­tant Ed­i­tor-In-Chief My semester can be summed up as a messy collage of personal struggles—snippets of puffy eyes, mental breakdowns, an inability to properly function, poems so emo they leave my class silent and a Spotify... More »

It Takes Time

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Celia Smith – Assistant Editor-In-Chief If you’ve read my column in the past, you may have noticed a slight change this issue. Before I dive into my topic for this week, I want to share my reasoning behind the switch from “Celia’s Satire” to “C... More »

My Own Little World

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Celia Smith – Assistant Editor-In-Chief For a long time, I struggled with figuring out how to define myself. In my mind, I felt like it had to be black and white. Over the past few years, I’ve come to realize that social labels are so misleading.  I h... More »

Assumption announces new partnership

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Celia Smith, Assistant Editor-In-Chief Cheers echoed through the Kelly Atrium this past Thursday as Larry Lucchino, current Chairman of the Pawtucket Red Sox and former President and CEO of the Boston Red Sox, spoke the words: “Today I am proud to announce, ... More »

True Life: I think I’m Emo

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Celia Rose Smith Assistant Editor-In-Chief This past weekend, I was just sitting on my couch, pondering life and enjoying an episode of “Daria” when it hit me: emo is short for emotional. I freaked out, thinking I came to another one of my huge revelations... More »

I’m not Goth, mom, I’m Emo

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Celia Rose Smith Assistant Editor-in-chief Imagine this: it’s 2008 and you’re walking down the halls of your middle school. You spot three of your classmates who identify within an alternative culture. Theresa is Goth, Danny is emo and Leila is scene. Yet,... More »