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Station Fire Celebrity Auction

Uncategorized | May.15, 2003

Station Fire Celebrity Auction

leighann@hereinreality.com I wanted to let you know that we’re having an online celebrity charity auction to benefit the survivors of the Station Fire. There are autographed items donated by Patti LaBelle, Pete Rose, the Soprano’s Jamie-Lynn Sigler, the Harlem Globetrotters,…

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Uncategorized | May.06, 2003

lack of coverage

k_mcdonald04@yahoo.com Dear Editor,I know that this letter is probably being sent too late in the year, being that the last cowl has already probably been published, but I am sending this in hopes that you will pass my sentiments on…

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Uncategorized | May.02, 2003

remove from email

bjoyce646@hotmail.com thanks,Please remove my emailJust had subscribed for the article on Lt Brian McPhillips. that was a great tribute that I found on your sight while search the web. Brian had family from concord Ma, and was burried in St…

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Uncategorized | May.01, 2003

BOP leaves students

Any organization that wishes to succeed must be able to attract and retain “customers.” Be it a business, charity organization or club, they must be able to attract people to their events, reform, or be faced with irrelevance. Here at Providence College, the Board of Programmers is faced with this situation. Their events are not well attended and, on the whole, PC students seem dissatisfied with them.

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Uncategorized | May.01, 2003

Tangents and Tirades

Congratulations seniors. Read your last Tangents.

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Uncategorized | May.01, 2003

Letters to the Editor

We get mail

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Uncategorized | May.01, 2003

The tooth

Rosaria, the liontamer’s girlfriend, arrived outside the lions’ cage at exactly noon on Wednesday. She had just had her nails lacquered an especially shocking shade of carmine red. She was there to watch her boyfriend, the liontamer, feed the lions their midday meal. She liked watching him place the pink strips of gleaming meat gently into the lions’ great, red jaws.

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Uncategorized | May.01, 2003

Catholic sex talk not taboo: Holy reminder of marital love

There is a misconception floating around that has become far too common. Somewhere along the line, someone got the idea that Catholics don’t like/are afraid of/won’t talk about/can’t talk about sex. Tied up in this general (and misappropriated) idea that Catholics take a prudish, puritanical stance with regard to sex is the notion that, as a result, sexual issues cannot be taught at such a conservative school as PC in any way that would not be perceived as crude by an orthodox Catholic.

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Uncategorized | May.01, 2003

Selective Catholicism displays subtle intolerance

Last year I wrote an article condemning the Catholic Church for scape-goating homosexuals in the ongoing pedophilia scandal. I argued that the Church had an obligation to take the blame for its actions and vehemently scolded my diocesan leader, Cardinal Theodore McCarrick of Washington, D.C., for publicly proposing a “screening process” for homosexuals entering the clergy.

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Uncategorized | May.01, 2003

White House buries Iraq with Big Dig

As the war in Iraq seems to be drawing to a close, corporations all over the world have turned their attention to the reconstruction contracts that the United States government has begun to award. Already, there is much controversy surrounding the process, as the bidding for a contract was by invitation only. While the U.S. Agency for International Development told USAToday that this was done because of the need for speed, experience, and security clearance, many congressmen have claimed that only firms with political ties were invited.

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