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Uncategorized | Apr.30, 2004

Diversity

chrisrockk@hotmail.com To the Editor:In the past I have written to this publication regarding the issue of diversity, and I do so again in response to your most recent news article on the subject. It is deeply troubling when students say…

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Uncategorized | Apr.29, 2004

It’s the “Best Day of the Week” on the “Calendar”

Rachel filed through the ‘A’ section in Tony’s Track Town at the mall. Actually, she had made it to ‘V’ area without finding any music that interested her in the least. She had been in the mood for something edgy and fresh, but only found old random copies of Captain Kid’s Greatest Hits.

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Uncategorized | Apr.29, 2004

All she wants to do is dance

This was not your little sister’s dance recital. There was no feathers, pink sequins or Janet Jackson songs in sight. The Providence College Dance Company’s spring perform-ance was anything but a predictable showcase of contrived routines. Rather, it was original, innovative and very entertaining.

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Uncategorized | Apr.29, 2004

Summer Preview 2004: Home Theater

If you’re leaving Providence for the summer, that doesn’t mean that If you’re leaving Providence for the summer, that doesn’t mean that you need to leave theater behind with it. Missed Rent and Mamma Mia while they were here? Didn’t make it to Trinity Repertory Theater’s last show? Don’t worry.

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Uncategorized | Apr.29, 2004

Summer Preview 2004: Dodgeball, robots and a big wooden horse

May Van Helsing Universal May 7 Stephen Sommers, director of both Mummy movies, returns to theaters this summer with his latest special effects extravaganza, Van Helsing. Hugh Jackman plays the title character, a monster hunter out to tackle all of the classic bad guys-Frankenstein, Wolf Man, and Dracula included.

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Uncategorized | Apr.29, 2004

Thousands injured in wreck

Approximately161 people were killed, and thousands more injured in Ryongchon, North Korea last Thursday when two trains collided there. The international community has offered assistance to deal with the tragedy but the guarded North Korean government has been slow to respond.

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Uncategorized | Apr.29, 2004

Friars fantastic season derailed by faltering finish

Parents usually tell their children that nothing good can possibly happen after midnight. Well, in the case of the Providence College Men’s Basketball team, there is nothing good that comes after the end of February. The Friars had a dream season going for a while, but once the calendar pages were turned to March all was lost.

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Uncategorized | Apr.29, 2004

Week in Review

This week’s news

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Uncategorized | Apr.29, 2004

Oddly Enough: “Why my brain hates your mistakes”

Ever wince when you see a complete stranger making a foolish mistake? Dutch researchers believe they have figured out why. According to a study by a team at the University of Nijmegen in the Netherlands, the same area of the brain is affected when watching others make mistakes as when a person makes his or her own mistakes.

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Uncategorized | Apr.29, 2004

College News: Scowls for April Fools

April Fools editions of college newspapers are not always funny, and consequences can be dire for newspapers that go too far. Just ask Carnegie Mellon University, The University of Scranton, and the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Carnegie Mellon University’s student newspaper, the Tartan, voluntarily shut down after a cartoon in their April fool’s edition, the Narat (The Tartan backwards) caused an uproar on campus.

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