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Uncategorized | Sep.28, 2003

AACSB

kgk914@aol.com (Not for publication)Surprised you have not covered AACSB development. I understand Spectrum scooped you on this. This is important move for PC.

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Uncategorized | Sep.22, 2003

New PC Website

mharris@providence.edu In his recent article, Mike Massey did an excellent job pointing out that the new PC website not only looks great, but can also be regarded as a valuable resource for everyone associated with Providence College. I would like…

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Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

Lord, I am Not Worthy to Receive You

I lay in a stupor of fever, half-aware My master’s face looked far, his voice but faint He went (dear master!) seeking aid for me, But I in my dark dreaming heard not where.

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Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

Running Wild

Building on an impressive performance at the PC Invitational, the Friars dominated the Boston College Select Meet last Friday. The meet included local competition such as Brown, BC, the University of New Hampshire and the University of Connecticut.

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Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

Stickin’ it to ’em twice

When the Providence College Field Hockey team set its sights on the Big East Tournament this year, they weren’t kidding. While it is early in the season, the Friars appear to be pushing towards that goal, posting two consecutive victories this past week, a 5-4 overtime win against Holy Cross and a 3-0 shutout against Vermont.

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Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

Friars keep undefeated streak alive

The Friars earned four out of six possible points this week, impro-ving their overall record to 4-1-1. Having kept their undefeated streak alive and having yielded more favorable results this far into the season than the past 12 women’s soccer teams, the Friars have much to be optimistic about in preparation for Friday’s Big East match-up against Villanova.

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Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

Rich and poor nations divided over subsidies

The world’s richest countries gave over $300 billion in subsidies to their farmers last year, according to the World Bank.  While these developed countries say that the subsidies are necessary to keep their domestic agricultural industry alive, the developing countries, who cannot afford subsidies, claim that these subsidies are protectionist policies that devastate their agriculture-dependent economies, costing them $24 billon annually.

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Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

College News: Strike at Yale disrupts campus, incites arrests

Four thousand clerical and maintenance workers are on strike at Yale University. The current srike is the second this year and the ninth since 1968. The strikers chose to walk out a week before classes started in order to maximize their leverage with the Yale administration.

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Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

The Poor Countries

The poor

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Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

Sports Shorts

Short Sports

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