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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

Poetry Corner

Night mail by Sarah Arnini ’07 Boston swans by Erin Kelly ’06 Synchronized swimmers by Ashley Laferriere ’06 Temperamental by Christine Bagley ’06

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

Week in Review

Local: Providence named best for youth International: Typhoon slams Vietnam Science and Techonology: Microsoft and Palm unveil new Treo

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

PC students rally for peace in D.C.

Rallies were held worldwide this weekend, from London to Paris and Rome, as global citizens united to protest the war in Iraq. The largest of these by far was held Saturday in Washington D.C., attracting more than 100,000 people and lasting for a consecutive 12 hours.

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

Oddly Enough

Is it hot in here or is it me? An Australian man who ignited a fire inside a town building just by walking through it knows the answer to that question. Frank Clewer was unaware that the clothing he was wearing had generated a 40,000 volt electric charge, which caused the evacuation of a building in Victoria, Australia after he inadvertently ignited a carpet.

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

Historic week for Men’s Soccer

Although there may be a chill in the air, the Providence College men’s soccer team is heating up.

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

Sparks fly in Providence

The common room where the firefighters of Engine 12, Ladder 3 spend most of their days is a sparse but not uncomfortable area. It looks like any lounge you would find in McVinney or Guzman, except for one thing. There is a bronze pole in the corner that leads to the fire trucks in the garage below, and this is a constant reminder of the intense risks that these men and women face every day.

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

Tales from the Rhode

This week’s Commentary section was finished in record time. It felt strange leaving the Cowl layer at a reasonable hour for the first time since oh, maybe, December of last year. Luckily, I was able to catch a few snaps of intramural football-the first intramurals of any kind I have seen this season.

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

Rita adds to Katrina’s damage

“It’s going to be HOW much for gas?!” Increased prices in gas and oil seemed to be a common topic of concern for many Americans anticipating the harsh hit from Hurricane Rita this past weekend. But for most, losing a bit more from their pockets is nothing when compared to the possibility of facing another devastating storm like Hurricane Katrina.

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

Sharon orders unrestricted military strikes

Violence erupted this weekend between Israelis and Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. The new round of bloodshed began after an explosion killed 17 Palestinians who were celebrating the recent withdrawal of Israelis from the Gaza Strip on Friday. The Palestinian terrorist organization, Hamas, blamed the attack on Israel, but both Israel and the Palestinian Authority denied this claim.

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

Why size matters

Looking at the children of today one can see that physically children are getting larger, lazier, and consequently, unhealthier. This is a problem.

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