Maureen Lynch

Maureen Lynch

Show BioHide BioMaureen Lynch is majoring in Communications with a minor in Writing at Assumption University. She is a member of the class of 2024. In addition to her role as Editor and Chief of Le Provocateur, she is also involved with Valley Girl Magazine, another publication on campus.

9 posts

My Assumption Sticker

Published 10m ago -

By Maggie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief There is a little paw print sticker in the corner of a door leading into Hagan and everytime I see it, I can’t help but smile. “That’s my paw print,” I say to myself. I stuck it there months ago. It’s survived rain,... More »

The Retirement of President Francesco Cesareo

Published 11m ago -

By Maggie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief After 15 years as President of Assumption University, Francesco Cesareo has decided to retire. The news, delivered in a community-wide email on Tuesday, March 8, came as a shock to many, especially considering Cesareo just si... More »

Assumption COVID-19 Protocol Updates

Published 1y ago -

By Maggie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief If there has been one constant during our almost two years of living through a pandemic, it’s change. Whether it be in the most common variant, the CDC guidelines, or Assumption’s response to the situation, things have al... More »


25th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting

Published 1y ago -

By Maggie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief Though the air was cold, morale was high on the Hagan lawn at 7 pm on Tuesday, November 30th. “I’m so excited! It’s the 25th annual tree lighting. What could be better than that?” said Madi Doyle, a senior at Assu... More »

An Environmentally-Friendly Outlook

Published 1y ago -

By Maggie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief On Monday, November 8, 2021, Assumption University students received an email regarding a nationwide paper shortage. “Our vendor, W.B. Mason, is doing their best to fulfill our paper requests but cannot make any guarantees,... More »

A Beautiful Cross, A Hurtful Message?

Published 1y ago -

By Maggie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief “I don’t want this,” said Catholic Emmanuel Gonzalez in the 5th grade upon discovering he had same-sex attractions.  This sense of dismay was a result of the Church’s teaching regarding the LGBTQ community, with ... More »

WooSox and the Meaning of Baseball

Published 1y ago -

By Maggie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief The air was electric at the top of the 9th. There were 9,508 eager fans sitting on the edge of their seats at Polar Park on Sunday, September 26th.   It was the last game of the inaugural season for the Worcester Re... More »

Incident of Racism on Campus

Published 1y ago -

By Maggie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief UPDATE: The student whose account contained the caption has requested their last name be removed from this article, so they will now be referred to as Emily M. On Monday, September 6, Emily M., a junior, posted a picture on h... More »

Living a Life that Matters

Published 1y ago -

As I rummaged through the mess in my disorganized bedroom just days before I was slated to move back to campus, I stumbled upon a box of items I collected over my first two years of college. A reusable rubber straw. A ball I found outside of the Plourde. A tin... More »