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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Flops Concert

Uncategorized | May.24, 2002

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Flops Concert

While most of the graduating class of 2002 called it an early night on Saturday, May 18th, a few seniors joined the alumni association in celebration of commencement at the Pops Concert. Held in Schneider Arena, the concert was minimally attended, and lacked the spirit and celebration that should be expected on commencement eve.

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Uncategorized | May.23, 2002

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Graduates join US Army’s ranks

Commitment. Through early morning physical training sessions, extra responsibilities, demands, and expectations, the members of the Providence College Patriot Battalion Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) gained a new meaning of such a word through their four years in the ROTC program.

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Uncategorized | May.23, 2002

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Graduates prepared for changing world

On Sunday, May 19, at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in downtown Providence, Commencement speaker Brian Williams reminded the Providence College graduating Class of 2002 that, in spite of all that has happened in their senior year, the American college graduate was still the most fearsome weapon of social change in the world.

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Uncategorized | May.03, 2002

Three Ring Circus?

tmarshall@nac.net The PC administration is quite correct in their position that they are not a third party in the negotiations between the SEIU and UNICCO. PC and the student body are THE CUSTOMERS of UNICCO, and have every right to…

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Uncategorized | May.02, 2002

Letters to the Editor

We get letters. Lots and lots of letters.

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Uncategorized | May.02, 2002

He’ll always have Harkins Hall: Senior makes a few closing remarks

It seems to be traditional for a graduating senior with a column in the Cowl to devote his or her final column to relating his or her experiences at Providence College. Frequently this has turned into a declaration of misery and a blanket condemnation of PC and all its works.

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Uncategorized | May.02, 2002

US role in Chavez coup not democratic

It seems no coincidence that a country with a foreign policy as confusing and oil-obsessed as the U.S. did not condemn the coup that briefly ousted Venezuelan leftist president Hugo Chavez and instead supported the conservative, U.S.-friendly business fatcat Pedro Carmona.

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Uncategorized | May.02, 2002

Charity in Chicago may have ties to bin Laden

Federal agents arrested the director of an Illinois-based charity whom they accuse of direct links to Osama bin Laden Tuesday, and charged him with lying about links to international terrorism.

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Uncategorized | May.02, 2002

German school shooting leaves 17 dead

An expelled student carrying a pump-action shotgun and a handgun killed 12 teachers, a deputy principal, a school secretary and a police officer as well as two students at a high school in Erfurt, Germany.

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Uncategorized | May.02, 2002

DWC must not go down in flames

DWC is the commonly accepted nickname among faculty and students for Development of Western Civilization. For PC sophomores in the final week of the spring semester, however, another, perhaps more relevant, nickname may be foremost in our minds.

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