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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Friars Left in Deacons’ Wake

Uncategorized | Nov.25, 2004

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Friars Left in Deacons’ Wake

Entering the season, one of the biggest question marks surrounding the Providence College Men’s Basketball team was how the interior defense would hold up with the departure of Marcus Douthit. While PC raced out to 3-0 start to the season, the interior defense was never truly tested.

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Uncategorized | Nov.25, 2004

Looking back at lower campus

Second in a two-part series More than 120 Providence College students live in what used to be a mental ward. Musical groups practice daily in a building that once housed scarlet fever patients. For more than 50 years, what is now lower campus was the grounds of the City Hospital for Contagious Diseases.

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Uncategorized | Nov.25, 2004

Friars sweep NCAA Regionals, eye Nationals

The Providence College Men’s and Women’s Cross Country teams have put together incredible seasons and both are one step away from capping the season as one of the top teams in the country.

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Uncategorized | Nov.25, 2004

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Friars Left in Deacons’ Wake

Entering the season, one of the biggest question marks surrounding the Providence College Men’s Basketball team was how the interior defense would hold up with the departure of Marcus Douthit. While PC raced out to 3-0 start to the season, the interior defense was never truly tested.

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Uncategorized | Nov.22, 2004

Homosexuality, Cancer, and Genes

ndebar05@providence.edu In the last issue of the Cowl, Michael Rubin ’08 compared homosexuality to cancer, linking the two because of their potential genetic origins. What he failed to grasp, however, is that cancer requires treatment because it is a malignant…

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Uncategorized | Nov.20, 2004

Reaction to Response on Homophobic Language

jmoren05@providence.edu I would like to say a few words in response to Michael Rubin’s response to Homophobic Language. His treatment of homosexuality as a disease is degrading and unfair to homosexuals. To liken homosexuality to cancer is abhorrent and irresponsible,…

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Uncategorized | Nov.19, 2004

Human “Imperfections”

mpayto05@providence.edu Dear Editor, History has 20/20 hindsight. It used to be “wrong” to be Jewish, Black, Italian, Korean, Egyptian…and even Catholic. Now, it’s “wrong” to be homosexual. According to Michael Rubin, homosexuals “have imperfections and temptations to deal with and…

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Uncategorized | Nov.19, 2004

disgust

agoode05@providence.edu I would just like the Cowl to know that I find it completely disgusting that Mike Raia’s column was censored from the Cowl, but Michael Rubin’s letter to the editor, which disrespected and degraded human beings, especially when comparing…

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Uncategorized | Nov.18, 2004

A magical weekend for the class of 2006

Last weekend was Junior Ring Weekend for the Class of 2006, and it will probably be one of the most memorable weekends at Providence College for everyone in the junior class who attended. It was a fantastic chance for everyone to enjoy being a student at PC.

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Uncategorized | Nov.18, 2004

Picks of the Week

Movie Austin Powers, International Man of Mystery Directed by Jay Roach Music Coldplay Parachutes Capitol Book You Shall Know Our Velocity By Dave Eggers

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