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Burdens at the PC Bookstore

Uncategorized | Jan.31, 2008

Burdens at the PC Bookstore

After this month, I have come to the conclusion that I do not want to step foot in the Providence College Bookstore for a very long time. Don’t get me wrong, I thoroughly enjoy the bookstore. I find amusement opening and closing those musical greeting cards, buying new spiral notebooks that I do not really need, and allowing my mom to drag me in to purchase some apparel that she claims she doesn’t already have.

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Uncategorized | Jan.31, 2008

Hot Milk

Cover your ears, children. We are entering the world of man whores, particularly the dark recesses of movie theaters in which lurk the quote whores. Although quote whores can sell their words on any figurative street corner, most of these geeky, balding men are film critics.

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Uncategorized | Jan.31, 2008

Agnes of Providence

It will be difficult for me to look at nuns as simply holy women without pasts or secrets or worries after seeing the Theater Department’s production of Agnes of God this past Friday night. The three-woman play written by John Pielmeier and directed at PC by John Garrity focuses on a twenty-one-year-old nun, Agnes, who has been accused of the murder of her newborn child.

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Uncategorized | Jan.31, 2008

Poetry Corner

Two Dimensions Merge by Nicole Amaral ’10 Incarceration in the Ice by Alex BetGeorge ’11

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Uncategorized | Jan.31, 2008

Good Day Sunshine

Natasha Bedingfield Pocketful of Sunshine Sony BMG Love songs these days are a dime a dozen. A keyword search of the word “love” on Lyrics.com brings up 116 pages’ worth of tunes, with themes ranging from forbidden love, to unrequited love, to love that’s really lust, and everything in-between.

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Uncategorized | Jan.31, 2008

Taste of the Town

Al Forno 577 South Main Street Providence, R.I. 02903 (401) 273-9760 Al Forno may be my favorite restaurant in Providence. So far. Truism 1: I still have three months left as a food critic. Truism 2: I plan to take advantage. Conclusion: Al Forno could be beat.

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Uncategorized | Jan.31, 2008

Rambo: All Guts, No Glory

I’ve always been under the impression that BAFMs weren’t members of AARP. John Rambo really doesn’t say much, but he defiantly debunks that myth. After a strong sixth round bought under the guise of Rocky Balboa, Sylvester Stallone decided to flex his atrophying writing, directing, and acting muscles to bring us a fourth Rambo.

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Uncategorized | Jan.31, 2008

The Imaginarium: Don’t Forget Your Snorkel

If you’ve ever been to an opening for an art exhibit, there are a few elements you come to expect: Framed artwork hung carefully on the wall, delicate hors d’oeuvres like cheese and red wine, and artily-clad people milling about and commenting on the objets d’art.

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Uncategorized | Jan.31, 2008

Friars Can’t Score Against Two Big East Rivals

Breaking a losing streak is not exactly easy when your upcoming schedule boasts a continuous series of six of the top-ranked teams within the Big East Conference. As the Providence College Women’s Basketball team continues to match up against Division I powerhouses, hopes of post-season competition seem to diminish.

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Uncategorized | Jan.31, 2008

Friars Split Weekend Series with Vermont

When you are the team that outplays, out-shoots, out-defends, and has less penalties than the other team, the majority of the time you end up with an extra notch in the win column. But the Providence Coll-ege Women’s Ice Hockey Team, in spite of solid play in two games against Vermont on Jan.

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