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Kevin O’Brien’s ‘Not much in Sports’

Uncategorized | Apr.29, 2005

Kevin O’Brien’s ‘Not much in Sports’

DaveBartholomew@cox.net Looking for Sports Stories with character, this one has numbers ( 5th ranked softball Tennessee vs. 15th ranked Boston Hockey? ) The softball feat was a game for the history books.More amazing than this game, there was a following…

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Uncategorized | Apr.29, 2005

It’s you and movies in the summertime

Kingdom of Heaven Kicking and Screaming Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith The Longest Yard Madagascar Cinderella Man Mr. and Mrs. Smith Batman Begins Bewitched War of the Worlds Fantastic Four Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Wedding Crashers The Island

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Uncategorized | Apr.28, 2005

Dr. Morgan awarded for excellence

Many students may recognize Dr. Vance Morgan, assistant professor of philosophy, as the author of one of their textbooks for Development of Western Civilization (DWC). Now, the whole campus will know Morgan as the 2004-2005 recipient of the Joseph R. Accinno Faculty Teaching Award.

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Uncategorized | Apr.28, 2005

McPhail’s, no strings (or wires) attached

As technology becomes an increasingly vital aspect to every college campus, many PC students have begun to wonder why the Providence College campus has not focused on keeping the campus completely up to date with the installation of campus-wide wireless Internet.

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Uncategorized | Apr.28, 2005

Summer jobbin’

Summer is fast approaching, and many students are in a panic as they face another summer asking, “Would you like fries with that?” Instead of the typical knee-deep-in-ice cream/clearance clothing/grass clippings job, Kathleen Clarkin, director of Career Planning and Internship Services, recommended that students find an internship or a job in their field of interest.

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Uncategorized | Apr.28, 2005

Sport Shorts

Men’s Basketball sign Sharaud Curry Zimmerman receives Rhode Island honors Field Hockey announces new recruits Softball splits doubleheader with BC; drops doubleheader to UConn Women’s Basketball signs fourth recruit

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Uncategorized | Apr.28, 2005

9/11 suspects brought to tria

Despite a last-minute motion by his lawyers, accused 9/11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui pleaded guilty to six felonies this Friday in federal district court. His lawyers questioned Moussaoui’s competentence to enter this plea, espousing their belief that he did not have an adequate understanding of the consequences, which may include the death penalty.

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Uncategorized | Apr.28, 2005

Tangents and Tirades

Muzz-sippin’ Too much left, right? Maybe I’ll just stay inside Res Life 4 life

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Uncategorized | Apr.28, 2005

Together or apart, Friars sprint past competition

While the rest of us are on vacation, taking summer classes, or just otherwise enjoying the warmer weather, the Providence College’s Men’s and Women’s Track teams remain here all summer, practicing and competing, as their season stretches through the middle of June.

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Uncategorized | Apr.28, 2005

Ecuador’s Gutierrez gets sacked

Lucio Gutierrez, President of Ecuador since 2002, was toppled by Congress Wednesday, April 20, after a week of violent street protests and demonstrations. Following the ouster, Gutierrez was granted political asylum by Brazil where he and his family reportedly flew to on Thursday, April 21.

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