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Opinion

The opinions expressed in the following articles are that of the authors only and do not reflect the views of Le Provocateur newspaper.

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Municipal Elections Make a Difference

Published 10m ago -

Written by Maureen Lynch Passing brightly colored lawn signs, banners, and cheesy smiling faces are familiar fixtures from September to early November. Even though it isn’t a presidential election year, people will still be heading to the polls on November 3... More »

Help, It’s Halloween!

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Written by Maureen Lynch If you’re like me, you looked at your calendar, realized it was October 1st, and immediately felt better about life. I always look forward to the start of October because it means Halloween is right around the corner. I mean who does... More »

The Downfall of Dunkin

Published 11m ago -

By Tyler Cullen, Copy Editor           It is no surprise to most students by now that Dunkin has been replaced by a Caribou coffee.  Being the Dunkin loyalist that every good New Englander is, to me, this ... More »

It’s Time to Rethink Your Opinions

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Written by Maureen Lynch You know how you read criticism pieces or watch reviews on a movie or video game you really like? Half the time when I read or watch that content, I think to myself, “These people are doing a great job of analyzing and defining probl... More »

How Climate Change is Affecting Natural Disasters

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Written by Teresa Prytko There is more to climate change than just warmer temperatures. These warmer temperatures have a direct effect on weather, and can even increase the strength of natural disasters such as hurricanes and tropical storms. Recently there ... More »

Hound’s Hot Take: Lion King Edition

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By Quinn Ryan, Staff Writer I am a man of the people. I know the burning question that is on everyone’s mind. In the midst of a global pandemic, where our future on campus and in the world is unknown, and with the litany of social issues plaguing our society... More »

Sophomore Year: How to Get Through

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Maureen Lynch, Opinion Editor Here’s the thing. I’m a sophomore this year, and yet, I don’t know anything about what college is supposed to be. Whether you were remote or on campus during your freshman year, no one in the class of 2024 has adjusted to co... More »

Party Rock is (NOT) in the House Tonight

Published 2y ago -

Danielle Schwalm, Opinion Editor When someone says “College Experience”, there’s more to picture than just classrooms full of students. There’s extracurriculars, crowded dining halls, and perhaps most appealing: the college party. I, like most other p... More »

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Don’t be so hard on yourself

Published 3y ago -

Kate French, Staff Writer As a senior, I know I am not alone as I experience the looming threat of the uncertainty of post-graduation life. I began my freshman year at Assumption as a Biology major with only a vague idea of what I hoped to accomplish in life. ... More »

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The pen is more violent than the sword

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Maggie Buckley, Staff Writer Meghan Markle was born in the United States of America in a less than perfect neighborhood. She has a complicated relationship with many of her family members. She proudly speaks of her heritage, having both African-American and Eu... More »

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New Year’s resolutions: are they worth the hype?

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Grace Corbett, Staff Writer Being just about a month into the New Year and a few short weeks into the semester, people across campus have started getting into their groove. Traditionally, it is around this time that people join the gym, cut out the sugar and ... More »