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The resignation of Mike Raia

Uncategorized | Dec.16, 2004

The resignation of Mike Raia

grouse933@hotmail.com I have been on the Providence College campus for a mere 3 months, and have picked up the cowl every thursday to read what Mr. Raia would say next. I would wait with anticipation for his next article. At…

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Uncategorized | Dec.15, 2004

Possible Article?

kenneth_r_williams@yahoo.com I really think that this would make a great story for your college students. I have developed a website that is much easier to use and easier for college students to find books. The site is www.collegecampusconnection.com . How…

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Uncategorized | Dec.13, 2004

Really showing respect for others

kate7586@aol.com Reading Mary Payton’s commentary “Showing respect for others,” about the importance of not judging others, I was struck by the incredible irony of this letter which concluded in a scathing personal attack on Michael Rubin that could only be…

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Uncategorized | Dec.12, 2004

National Anthem Protest

dwyatt31@cox.net Dear Editor:On Saturday, December 11, I attended the PC Basketball game at the Dunk. I have been a season ticket holder for the past 21 years as well as a graduate of the Class of ’87.During the National Anthem,…

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2004

Studying tips to survive the home stretch

With finals just around the corner, many students are feeling overwhelmed with the amount of work that they have to do. From writing final pa-pers to studying a semester’s worth of material for an exam, students feel pressure around the week of finals.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2004

Break-in occurs off-campus

Police are investigating an incident that occurred at an off-campus apartment on Pembroke Avenue on Monday, Dec. 6 at around 10:30 p.m. PC students live on the second floor of the apartment while former Johnson & Wales University students live on the first floor.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2004

Brokaw named speaker

Former NBC anchor to give address at 2005 Commencement

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2004

Psychologist provides insight

Why are we good at the things we do? Are our talents inherited genetically? Does practice really make perfect? Dr. Leonard Zaichkowsky answered these questions and more at a lecture at Providence College last Wednesday, Dec. 1. The lecture, held in ’64 Hall, was sponsored by the Department of Management and the Future Friar Executives club.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2004

Howard Fineman speaks at PC

Providence College students turned out in large numbers to hear Howard Fineman, chief Washington correspondent for Newsweek, speak on the Democratic failures in the 2004 election and the initiatives President George W. Bush will likely take throughout his next four years in office.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2004

Bid process prompts SEIU response

On Friday, Nov. 19, a crowd of UNICCO workers, union representatives, local pol-iticians, and students gathered in front of Harkins Hall. They intended to deliver a letter outlining their requests for the College’s next janitorial contract to Rev. Philip A.

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