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Uncategorized | Oct.28, 2004

The Campus Voice:Democracy 101 . . .

Dear God, Hey buddy. Sorry I haven’t talked to You in a while. I use Your name a lot though-usually when the Jets are on-so You probably remember who I am. I’m sure You know already, but there is a big election down here on Tuesday. (In case You didn’t know, check out CNN-they’ve got hours of out-of-context sound bytes.

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Uncategorized | Oct.28, 2004

On Astronaut, Duran Duran is so-so

The members of Duran Duran were legends in their day. The video for “Hungry Like the Wolf” broke down the boundaries for what could be in a video. The boat, the face paint, the chase scene through the jungles of Sri Lanka: it was magic. This was, however, 20 years ago.

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Uncategorized | Oct.28, 2004

Some strings attached

This past weekend, I watched South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut on Comedy Central and remembered how much I enjoyed the movie. Trey Parker and Matt Stone created a movie musical that lam-pooned the pre-occupation with vulgar language in entertainment.

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Uncategorized | Oct.28, 2004

Picks of the Week

Movies My So-Called Life Box Set 1 BMG Video Music Maroon 5 Songs about Jane Octone Book The Course of Irish History By T. W. Moody and F. X. Martin

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Uncategorized | Oct.28, 2004

Start spreading the news…PC’s reading today

The college campus operates as a microcosm within the larger reality of the world. For four years, students are part of a community that is, in many way, self-sufficient.

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Uncategorized | Oct.28, 2004

Trull goes from soldier to student

Richard Trull ’07 blends in well with the Providence College crowd: a worn Red Sox hat, that ‘r’-less Boston accent, and a laid-back, sociable personality. Unlike his classmates, however, Trull served in Iraq with the Army Reserve as a member of New Jersey’s 404th Civil Affairs Battalion from April 2003 through March 2004.

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Uncategorized | Oct.28, 2004

Can’t get enough of PC

For seven years now, there has been a familiar face behind the wheel of Providence College’s shuttle. What many students do not realize is that they have a lot in common with this kind man who takes them where they need to go in the neighborhood. This familiar face, John Arzoomanian ’48, went to PC himself, graduating 56 years ago.

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Uncategorized | Oct.28, 2004

News Briefs

PC acknowledges Domestic Violence Awareness Month; Congress discusses proposal by Rukus Networks

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Uncategorized | Oct.28, 2004

The Widow’s Broom sweeps into town

Amidst the all-black patrons and the numerous pointy witches hats, The Widow’s Broom made its world premiere with Providence’s Festival Ballet at the VMA Arts and Cultural Center in downtown Prov-idence last Friday evening. Choreographer Victor Plotnikov set Chris Van Allsburg’s famous children’s book to flowy and creative movement, producing an entertaining, likable rendition of the magical story that warmed the hearts of many on crisp October evenings.

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Uncategorized | Oct.28, 2004

New spin on an old story

When D. W. Griffith produced his infamous film, Birth of a Nation, as propaganda to encourage white power and membership in the Ku Klux Klan back in 1915, it would have probably been impossible for him to imagine that it would be re-mastered almost a century later through multi-media and hip hop music, spun by an African American D.

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