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Dignitaries offer congratulatory remarks

Uncategorized | May.25, 2006

Dignitaries offer congratulatory remarks

While extending congratulatory remarks to graduates of the Class of 2006, Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P., President of Providence College, took a different approach than usual. Rather than quote Aristotle, Jesus, or St. Thomas Aquinas, Father Shanley said he felt compelled to share the lyrics of a song he recently heard on the radio-Semisonic’s “Closing Time.

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Uncategorized | May.22, 2006

A glimpse at the graduates

Following graduation, members of the Class of 2006 will engage in a variety of endeavors as they take the next step toward life beyond Providence College. Many will further their studies at other colleges and universities nationwide, while others will join the Peace Corps, the military, or the work force.

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Uncategorized | May.22, 2006

O’Hurley urges graduates to live an extraordinary life

Balancing humor with thoughtful words of advice, actor and business entrepreneur John O’Hurley ’76 addressed the approximately 1,100 graduating members of the Class of 2006 at Providence College’s 88th Commencement exercises held Sunday, May 21, at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center.

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Uncategorized | May.05, 2006

He liked to watch children play God

Jack liked to watch children play God. It was fascinating to witness a child’s first decisive moment between allowing life and prescribing death. He liked it so much that sometimes he would wander into playgrounds with large novels tucked under his arm.

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Uncategorized | May.05, 2006

PC’s super seniors

For the second year in a row it seems appropriate that we once again honor Women’s Ice Hockey senior Karen Thatcher.

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Uncategorized | May.05, 2006

PC track hits its stride in 2005-06

Not even the New York Yankees, the team considered by many to be the ultimate dynasty, have gone to the playoffs 17 straight years. And yet, that is something of which the Providence College women’s cross country team can boast. The Friars own the longest streak of any Division I program to make it to the post season in any sport.

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Uncategorized | May.05, 2006

PCI

To the faithful readers of The Cowl sports section: This is a preview of a new feature in the sports section for next year that we like to call the Providence College Informer (or PCI for short), where two writers will debate a topic that pertains to sports-maybe PC-related, maybe not.

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Uncategorized | May.05, 2006

Friars Update

Lacrosse trumps Mount St. Mary’s, heads into MAAC Tourney Softball continues march toward Big East Tournament

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Uncategorized | May.05, 2006

Friars Scoreboard

Scores — Standings — Statistics — Schedules — Standouts

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Uncategorized | May.05, 2006

Voter fraud for ’08

Elections for the Class of 2008 were conducted again this week after a student admitted to looking up other students’ birthdays on The Web site Facebook.com and using them to access the ANGEL Course Management System to fraudulently cast more than 100 votes for himself during the original round of voting from April 20 to 21.

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