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Some thoughts on growing up

Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

Some thoughts on growing up

I wrote most of this piece when I was under the impression that all adults were unhappy. I tried not to be too cynical because that can get annoying, and while I realize that the beginning of this is going to make me sound like an awful person, just go along with it for awhile.

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Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

Letters to the Editor:

Bugs in the system Up in smoke Car trouble

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Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

Smoochin’ in Spain

Parking myself on a bench in front of my favorite fountain in Granada this past Sunday, I readied myself to catch up on some journaling, do a bit of grammar homework, and bust out a really kick-butt Cowl Commentary article.

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Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

Hi neighbor, welcome back ‘Gansett

Rhode Islanders and poor college students-you have reason to celebrate. “Embracing its past but rooted firmly in its present, Mark Hellendrung is bringing Narragansett Beer back to New England,” according to the Famous Narragansett Beer’s Company Press Release.

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Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

Hariri calls for international trials after slaying

The son of the former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri has called for his father’s assassins to stand trial in an international court. In a televised appearance from Jidda, Saudi Arabia, Saad Hariri made a passionate and forceful call for an international tribunal to oversee the investigation and trial of his father’s killers.

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Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

Week in Review

Local: Brown hopes to raise $1.3 billion National: Bush refuses to release Miers’ records Science and Technology: Apple sued over scratched iPod nanos

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Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

Soup-related stabbing shocks Wal-Mart community

What started as an disagreement between two store employees soon escalated into a violent attack at a Wal-Mart in Tamarac, Fla. The co-workers were in the lunch room when they began to argue over who would be the first to heat soup in the microwave.

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Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

Pointing political fingers

Anyone paying attention to the news lately has probably seen prominent Republicans such as House Majority Leader, Tom Delay; Senate Majority Leader, Bill Frist; and White House Deputy Chief of Staff, Karl Rove; facing various accusations of corruption.

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Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

When we break the rules, it is for you

This past Monday night kicked-off the Senior Giving Program. And upon reading the email in my Friar account, I had to “find out what the buzz [was] about.” As expected, the buzz was about draining our pockets for everything they are worth. On the plus side, pizza was ample.

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Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

Don’t it make you wanna . . . leave

I wouldn’t count on seeing director Marc Forster at the Oscars this year. Although his last two films, Finding Neverland and Monster’s Ball, won Academy Awards, don’t expect his latest endeavor, Stay, to earn such an honor. The problem with Stay is that the plot is impossible to understand.

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