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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2009

News Briefs

Library Renovations Remain Unfinished While Slavin Construction Moves Forward As students headed home for winter break, construction workers moved into Providence College’s Phillips Memorial Library to resume the renovation project once again. The library’s second phase of renovations began in May 2008 and was scheduled to be finished by August of that year.

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2009

Friars Sweep Terriers in Two

Steadily skipping along the path to victory at a tormenting tortoise’s pace, the Providence College Women’s Hockey team stumbled upon an ominous roadblock last Sunday as they clenched a 2-1 lead over host Boston University with 1:21 to spare in regulation.

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2009

Here’s to Your Health: Buzz Word 2009: Change

It is a universal tradition: the rise and fall of anticipation that coincides with the mystical night when one year ends and another begins. You know, that moment when a ball drops and individuals become engulfed in the cycle of wiping the slate clean-resolving to do better, taking a deep breath-and continuing with their lives as usual.

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2009

Larcom, Reilly Set School Records in 1500 Free

The Providence College Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Teams hit a bit of a rough patch last week with the men’s team dropping two meets and the Lady Friars dropping one. On Friday, Jan. 23, the Friars hosted a powerful Drexel University team. The women’s team fell to the Dragons 136-95, while the men’s team was also defeated by a score of 152-85.

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2009

PCI

What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? Well we have Super Bowl XLIII, where Pittsburgh’s Steel Curtain looks to blanket the high flying Arizona offense. The Arizona Cardinals come into the big game as the hottest team in football.

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2009

Up and Down Week for Women’s Basketball

A disappointing defeat for the Providence College Women’s Basketball Team occurred Tuesday, Jan. 27, at The Pavilion in Villanova, Penn.. The Friars lost 64-48 to the Wildcats of Villanova University. Providence is now 8-12 overall and 2-5 in the Big East, while Villanova is now 12-8 overall and 4-2 in the Big East.

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2009

Friars’ Five-Game Unbeaten Streak Snapped by NU

This week, as Friar fans returned to campus, the Providence College Men’s Hockey Team had its five-game unbeaten streak ended, dropping two straight to No. 5 Northeastern University. On Friday, Jan 23, the Friars hosted the Huskies at Schneider Arena and were unable to fend off the powerful NU offense, losing 3-1.

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2009

Construction Breaks Ground on Slavin

Slavin Center currently appears to be in a state of disarray due to construction, but Providence College staff members and administrators indicated that it will all be worth it once the project is complete. The construction is projected to cost just under $5 million and is expected to be completed in Sept.

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2009

Recomended Committee will Keep Students Involved in Policy Change

Changes made to the student handbook this past fall were met with complete shock and surprise by students, and left many wondering how these changes were implemented without student input. In order to address this concern, the Class of 2010 is proposing legislation for the establishment of a set handbook policy review process.

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Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2009

In and Out

2008 was a year to remember. A year of Lehman Brothers and Obama sisters, it was at times the shakiest and most thrilling of emotional, and financial roller coasters. But a new day-or year, rather-has dawned and we must emerge with our collective faces to the sunshine.

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