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Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

Letters to the Editor:

Hope you like the warm weather, it’s about to get hot Clubbies’ sets rap standards

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Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

Seniors display artwork

Anytime an artist’s work is put on display, it is a significant occasion, but the event is made even more important when the artist is asked to put an entire show together. Senior studio art majors were asked to show pieces that they had created during this past year in the Robert F.

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Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

Philosophy conference provides chance for student participation

Philosophy was the focus on Saturday, April 21, as the College’s Philosophy Club hosted the Third Annual New England Undergraduate Philosophy Conference from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. “The conference is an example of philosophy happening instead of having already happened,” said Michael Bonnell ’08, vice president of the Philosophy Club and co-founder of the Philosophy Conference.

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Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

Oddly Enough

A restaurant-bar in Taiwan has taken a new approach to attract customers: A hospital theme, according to Taiwan-fun.com The owner of D.S. Music Restaurant, which opened last year, wanted a way to express his appreciation for the great care he received during a stay at a hospital.

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Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

“Girls Gone Wild” founder to serve jail time

College girls are not the only thing to go “wild” recently. The founder of the multi-million dollar “Girls Gone Wild” video franchise, Joe Francis, was taken into custody by federal marshals last Tuesday, The Associated Press reported. Francis faces a contempt-of-court citation which arose during the settlement talks of a civil lawsuit earlier this month.

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Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

Virginia Tech heals, attempts normalcy

Over a week has passed since the horrific Virginia Tech massacre. Numerous details, such as the identity of the killer and how the events transpired, have been clarified. While the grief and shock continue in the hearts of many, many events have been held to show support for Virginia Tech students as they try to pick up the pieces and move forward.

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Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

Week in Review

Local 95 to close for 13 nights Washington Supreme Court upholds abortion ban National NASA gunman blamed victim

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Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

Sudan accused of bombing Darfur

A confidential United Nations report leaked to The New York Times last Tuesday, Apr. 17, accused the Sudanese government of flying bombs and military equipment into the war-ravaged region of Darfur, violating Security Council resolutions and humanitarian standards.

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Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

Checking in with PC’s favorite son

Ryan Gomes is old school. It’s not just his game, though that’s old school enough on its own: A game built on fundamentals, things too often forgotten by the youth of today, like the mid-range jumper, boxing out, and finishing around the hoop, just to name a few.

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Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

Up and down week on the diamond for PC softball

After what felt like weeks of rainouts and less than ideal field conditions, the Providence College Women’s Softball Team (22-18) finally saw some sun this weekend. Spring came just in time, too, as the Friars had a formidable schedule over the past week because of makeup games from earlier rainouts.

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