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Two Americans beheaded in Iraq

Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

Two Americans beheaded in Iraq

Two American citizens working in Baghdad, Jack Hensley and Eugene Armstrong, were beheaded last week at the hands of a terrorist group demanding the release of female Iraqi prisoners. The terrorist group, One God and Jihad, is led by Jordanian militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.

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Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

Picks of the Week

Movie Swingers Directed by Doug Liman Music The Killers Hot Fuss Island Records Book Emma By Jane Austen

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Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

An appeal for election reform

“What does Mr. T’s quote have to do with your running for [Class of 2008] President?” There it is! It’s taken four years, but someone has finally exposed Congressial elections for what they are: popularity contests featuring ladder-climbing socialites determined to merely pad their resume and meet new drinking buddies.

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Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

Ben Harper provides guiding Light

Ben Harper has always embraced both his diverse musical influences and his general eclecticism. His sonic meanderings have included everything from the slinky acoustic driven folk of his earlier re-cordings, to the heavily political, Hendrix-flavored rock of The Will To Live, and the straightforward blues-pop found on his most recent releases.

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Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

Fighting for our generation

Right now there are over 150,000 U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. These brave men and women are risking and giving their lives everyday in service to their country. They are fighting on the front lines of the War on Terror in order to protect the lives and freedom of all Americans here at home.

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Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

Letters to the Editor:

It’s not the network’s fault A special thank you to the Providence College community MaryKate + Ashley + Devoted fan = Full House Campus Voice muted

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Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

“It’s a wild world…” Stevens can’t get by just upon a smile

When I first considered writing about the deportation of Yusuf Islam, formerly known as Cat Stevens, I thought it would make a good sarcastic piece. As I read more, though, I realized that the facts of the story are ludicrous enough on their own, and merit a serious analysis, if only to point out the extent to which Homeland Security has invaded people’s lives.

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Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

How can PC student congress improve?

As a freshman at Providence College eager to get involved in student government, I became a member of Student Congress. Excited about this privilege to serve as a voice for the entire student body, I diligently attended weekly meetings in the Fish Bowl and worked on my committee duties to the best of my ability.

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Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

Providence has much to offer students

We are now a few weeks into school and most students have settled into a new academic year. We are all faced with a fresh semester full of new prospects, friends, academic endeavors, and social exploits. But I believe there is one area which most PC students will not enjoy to the fullest extent.

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Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

Gamm Theater attacked by the Enemy

“Rights are sacred until it hurts for someone to use them,” cries the lead role in the Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theater’s newest pro-duction, An Enemy of the People. This Henrik Ibsen classic, adapted in 1950 by Arthur Miller, debates the conflict between individual freedoms and the abuses that power can commit upon them.

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