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The ‘reel’ deal-film minor approved

Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

The ‘reel’ deal-film minor approved

Beginning next fall, a new film minor will be offered at Providence College. The minor was approved by Rev. Brian Shanley, O.P., president of Providence College, earlier this semester. “There are a lot of people on campus interested in film and video production,” said Dr.

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Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

Coming of age or devolution?

College is an experience that sculpts and forever changes the people who pass through its dormitories and classrooms. Providence College, of course, is no exception. Our little Catholic school takes in fresh minds from all walks of life, and finds a way to transform each of them every year.

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Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

Tangents and Tirades

You snooze, we lose Pierced ears I know it’s softball, but that’s weak Ix-nay on the xenophobia

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Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

There should not be two men on top of that cake

Few Civil Rights issues in our times bear as much importance as the right to enter a marriage. The right to marry is a part of each person’s life, and any government that denies that right is proving itself to be manifestly unjust. It is for this very reason that same-sex marriage must not be allowed.

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Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

Raising subsidy awareness

Domestically, strong agricultural lobbying in the legislature has contributed to the perpetuation of government subsidies. As of late, however, the problems with these payments have brought attention to fallacies, causing injustices not only abroad, but right here at home.

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Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

College senior runs for R.I. senate

As the end of the year approaches, seniors must decide what they want to do next year. One Georgetown senior, Patrick Schmitt (D), has taken an unconventional route by announcing his candidacy for the State Senate seat in Rhode Island’s 38th district. The 38th district, which covers Westerly and parts of Charlestown, is currently represented by Senate Minority Leader Dennis Algiere (R).

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Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

Week in Review

Local Memorial for Mexican-Americans National Gambling on the go International Israeli elections looming Science and Technology Genetic pigs on the plate

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Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

No place for a prison break

How does a secluded island getaway, surrounded by tranquil waters, with horseback riding, skiing, and tennis available for your pleasure sound to you? Well, there is one catch-you must have committed a crime in order to qualify for a stay here. At Bastoy Prison in Norway, these dreams can become a reality.

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Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

House party horror story shocks Seattle

On Saturday, March 25, authorities found an assault rifle, multiple clips carrying 30 bullets each, a machete, and several hundred rounds of ammunition in Aaron Kyle Huff’s truck. Twenty-eight year-old Huff was suspected of murdering six people and injuring two more after allegedly opening fire on a crowd at a Seattle house party.

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Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

Rahman trial sparks world dispute

What began as a custody battle turned into an international dispute of human and religious rights this week. Abdul Rahman, 41, entered court to regain custody of his two daughters. During the investigation, the bitterly opposing family had told authorities a piece of information that no Islamic man would want revealed to the public, that Abdul Rahman was guilty of apostasy-one of the most sinful and shameful acts in the Islamic religion.

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