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Alcohol Awareness

Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2002

Alcohol Awareness

Chrisrockk@hotmail.com To the Editor:The results of a recent study on alcohol related deaths on college campuses has raised the issue of alcohol awareness, yet again. I personally believe that American culture has ingrained alcohol as a sort of “rite of…

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Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2002

Alcohol on Campus: Reaction

AdamecMADD@aol.com To The Editor: After four years at Providence College, I thought I had heard and seen it all. I thought nothing would surprise me again. And then I picked up the latest issue of the Cowl on my way…

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Uncategorized | Apr.25, 2002

Mariner: Somewhere between the land and the sea

It always sucks when something gets taken from you – especially when you just found about it. And, if you’re like me, especially when that something is a pretty cool band.

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Uncategorized | Apr.25, 2002

UNICCO wages keep workers in poverty

Many of you know that an outside company, UNICCO, hires workers to clean campus facilities. While PC is not the employer de jure, PC contracts with UNICCO and is therefore a “player” in the UNICCO-worker relationship.

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Uncategorized | Apr.25, 2002

DVD Corner

The Usual Suspects: Special Edition Directed by Brian Singer MGM, Rated R The third DVD release of The Usual Suspects, Brian Singer and Christopher McQuarrie’s twisty double Oscar-winner (1995 for Best Original Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor-Kevin Spacey), finally gives Keyser Soze the digital treatment that he deserves.

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Uncategorized | Apr.25, 2002

All I wanna do…

Sheryl Crow sings duets and soaks up the sun on her new album, C’mon, C’mon.

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Uncategorized | Apr.25, 2002

WEB Exclusive: A Review of The Goo Goo Dolls’ Gutterflower

It was said once, by the one and only Johnny Ramone, that “whenever bands change, it’s nearly always for the worse.” Whether that’s a good thing or not is debateable, but The Goo Goo Dolls seem to feel it’s okay. Their latest album Gutterflower, the band’s first album of new material since 1998’s Dizzy Up the Girl, contains absolutely no stylistic diversity in their sound. It’s the same old Goo Goos, and while a little more optimistic here, there’s no sense of musical development or growth within the band.

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Uncategorized | Apr.25, 2002

WEB Exclusive: Behind the Scenes with Mark La Mura

When The Cowl reviewed the recent performance of Aida at PPAC, we were lucky enough to set up an interview with one of the stars of that show, actor Mark La Mura. Mr. La Mura was very open and generous with his time, telling us about his experiences being an actor, spending 11 years on All My Children, and touring the country with Aida.

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Uncategorized | Apr.25, 2002

“Don’t cry for me…”

Despite minor production flaws, RIC’s Evita succeeds.

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Uncategorized | Apr.25, 2002

Urban Elements: Foolishness

Move over J Lo, this time Ashanti is Ja Rule’s girl in her self-titled debut album.

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