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Tree Lights Slavin Lawn with Christmas Spirit

Uncategorized | Dec.16, 2009

Tree Lights Slavin Lawn with Christmas Spirit

The Christmas season officially kicked off with the annual tree lighting ceremony on Slavin Lawn last week. In front of the newly renovated Slavin Center on Thursday, Dec. 3, at 4:30 p.m. Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P., president of Providence College, performed the annual honor of lighting the tree.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2009

Sports for the Holidays

When the last paper has been written and the final exam is over, we will all head home for the holidays. We will have approximately four weeks to spend with our family and friends. Some will work, some may go away, and others, myself included, will just lie around the house.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2009

Losing Streak Hits Three as Friars Fall to Maine

This weekend the Providence College Men’s Hockey Team hit the road, and dropped a pair of very similar, hard-fought contests to the University of Maine Black Bears. The Friars lost both games by the score of 3-1, and each night the Black Bears shut down any chance of a PC rally with a last-minute empty-netter.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2009

PCI

The winter meetings kicked off Monday in Indianapolis, which means turn up the hot stove. This is the time of year where agents show off their prized assets and rumors fly around like Harry Potter at a Quidditch match. Unlike last year, there are no franchise centerpieces available; however, there is still quality talent.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2009

Marandola Leads PC to Win Over In-State Rival

The Women’s Basketball Team went 1-1 this week with a loss at the hands of Hofstra on Tuesday, Dec. 8, and a praiseworthy 71-62 win over Rhode Island in Kingston on Saturday, Dec. 5. Despite the four-point loss on the road, Chelsea Marandola ’10 continued her impressive senior campaign with a team-high 23 points.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2009

World Cup Draw: Field Set for South Africa

Last Friday was long awaited, by most for it being the end of the week and another great night to go out and party, however, for the futbol loving community Dec. 4, 2009 was anticipated months in advance as it finally revealed the groupings for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2009

Friars On Fire In The Nation’s Capital

Ever since Head Men’s Basketball Coach Keno Davis arrived on the Providence College campus in the spring of 2008, Friar fans have been hearing about Davis’s run-and-gun style of offense. Although there have been glimpses of it during his tenure, Wednesday night’s win over George Washington gave fans their best look at what “Keno Ball,” is all about.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2009

Ignorance and Prejudice Still Prevelant on Campus

With upcoming finals, papers due in each of my classes, play practices to attend and a boyfriend to tend to, it is not often that I have free time to go to many of the various engaging public events here on campus. However, I was able to attend a talk hosted by PC for Life featuring guest speaker Dr.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2009

Faith Matters

Have you ever wanted to go the White House? Of course you have. Well let me tell you something…I know a guy. And anytime I go to Washington I dazzle my traveling companions by taking them on a tour; because I know a guy. All my friends think that I’m a big deal as I whisk them past the Secret Service and into a place where few others get to go.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2009

My Two Cents

Rationalization is the process by which a human being constructs a logical justification for a belief. In the discipline of psychology it is considered a defense mechanism that occurs when “the individual deals with emotional conflict or internal or external stressors by concealing the true motivations for his or her own thoughts, actions, or feelings through the elaboration of reassuring or self serving but incorrect explanations.

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