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Graduates urged to continue community service

Uncategorized | May.20, 2007

Graduates urged to continue community service

Though the weather on Sunday, May 20, 2007 was gloomy, the atmosphere inside the Dunkin’ Donuts Center was one of celebration. Approximately 1,288 degrees were awarded to students from the undergraduate day school, the Graduate Studies Program, the School of Continuing Education, and four honorary degrees.

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Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

Week in Review

Local Providence nurse to scale Everest National None harmed in fiery bridge collapse World Noah’s Ark replica begins exhibition Technology Idaho high school hits ‘pause’

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Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

Oddly Enough

Imagine the experience of flying in an airplane from London to Australia, a trip more than half-way around the world. What if the pilot was blind? Miles-Hilton Barbour of Great Britain just completed a 59-day excursion flying a microlight aircraft.

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Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

French Presidential election to go to run off

On Sunday, April 22, Nicolas Sarkozy, the conservative candidate, and Segeolene Royal, the Socialist, defeated seven other candidates to win the first round of France’s presidential election. Since neither candidate won more than 50 percent of the vote, a second round of the election will be held on May 6th.

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Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

Global Warming has gained attention, skeptics remain

Scientists propose that global warming has been responsible for numerous natural disasters and consequences: Category 4 and 5 hurricanes have doubled over the past 30 years, malaria has spread to areas with higher altitudes, the flow of ice from glaciers in Greenland has more than doubled over the past decade, and at least 270 species of plants and animals are moving closer to the poles.

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Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

Tangents and Tirades

Saving the world one square at a time. Spider-Man 3 sure to spin a good web. I’ve got 95 problems and traffic is one. The black hole in Slavin.

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Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

Dominicans preach while the Jesuits don’t match up

Two weeks ago in the April 19 edition of The Cowl, my colleague Jackie Kramer ’10 raised the issue of a seeming lack of religious diversity at Providence College. However, I would kindly like to raise a few counterpoints, as it seems to me that Providence College fulfills a very unique niche in the larger spectrum of Catholic colleges, and in fact seems to be quite open to people of various backgrounds.

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Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

Mistake or homophobia?

She ran up to the host stand and threw the pager in the hostess’ face. “You did that ‘cuz we’re dikes!” she exclaimed. The hostess had accidentally seated a couple that had come into the resturaunt after these two women. The two women stormed out of the building while using some choice swear words.

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Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

Letters to the Editor

Writer dances around the issue. Environmental Studies minor would bring new students, naturally Family grateful to PC Habitat for Humanity Victory for Catholics in Supreme Court

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Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

Picks of the Week

Movie Goldfinger Directed by Guy Hamilton Music Now That’s What I Call Music! Volumes 1-24 Now Hits Collection Book From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler By E. L. Konigsburg

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