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March for Life article

Uncategorized | Jan.31, 2004

March for Life article

dschol05@providence.edu Thanks to Matt Sullivan ’06 for a great article about the PC delegation’s trip to the March for Life in Washington, in which I participated. It’s refreshing to see some coverage of an event that often is given little…

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Uncategorized | Jan.30, 2004

On the Campaign Trail

mraia05@providence.edu In last week’s article, On the Campaign Trail, Megan Welch ’06 articulated my support for Gov. Howard Dean’s presidential campaign and did an excellent job of explaining the role I have played with the campaign to date. However, the…

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Uncategorized | Jan.30, 2004

Uncalled-for attacks

shaunadamec@hotmail.com To the Editor: Since graduating from Providence College in 2002, I’ve enjoyed keeping up with Providence College news by reading The Cowl. I was especially disturbed when I read an article in the January 29th, 2004 edition of The…

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2004

On the campaign trail

To most students, a presidential election year means nothing more than casting a vote. Yet for some, getting involved in the presidential race has become a priority. In the midst of an approaching election year, students from Providence College have become active in various presidential political campaigns.

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2004

Misadventures of John Kerry’s past

A banner on the official web site of Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts, candidate for the Democratic nomination for president to run in the 2004 election, proudly proclaims: “The courage to fight for America. The courage to defend freedom and its defenders.”

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2004

Tangents and Tirades

From politics to more frivolous topics, we always have something to talk about.

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2004

Letters to the Editor

Politicians’ punishment does not fit their crimes

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2004

Bush offers rhetoric, but not substance

The State of the Union Address, before nationally televised audiences and a roomful of congressional representatives who clap after every sentence of even a mediocre speech, was once sent to Congress as a kind of mem-orandum. Any inhabitant of America in the 21st century with a TV knows this is no longer the case.

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2004

PC for Life goes to Washington

While other students slept soundly at 5:30 a.m. last Wednesday morning, Jan. 21, 38 members of PC for Life boarded a bus for the first of two nine-hour rides in 48 hours. These early risers were headed to join hundreds of thousands in Washington, D.C. for the annual National Prayer Vigil for Life and the March for Life to pray and protest against abortion, cloning, euthanasia, and assisted suicide.

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2004

Men’s basketball: not your father’s Friars

It has been quite the year for the Providence College basketball team. The Friars have had a successful year thus far. Providence is tied for first place in the Big East, with nationally ranke No. 6 Pittsburgh, at 5-1, and 14-3 overall. The Friars have cracked the Top 25 in both the Coaches’ and Associated Press poll at 24 and 23 respectively.

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