April 23, 2017

Lacrosse Gets Off to Hot Start in the MAAC

Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2009

Lacrosse Gets Off to Hot Start in the MAAC

So far this season the 2009 Providence College Lacrosse Team has been hot and cold. Then again, hot may be the only way to describe them considering the way the team has played over the past couple weeks. After dropping its first four games to open this season, the team has walked away with victories in their past three contests, two of which have been within the MAAC Conference.

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Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2009

109 Nights almost Cancelled Over Donation Dispute

A clash between school policy and ethical responsibility almost led to the cancellation of 109 Nights on Feb. 7, 2009. Jesse DePatsy ’09, president of the Class of 2009 in Student Congress, said that the problem arose over the issue of giving raised funds from the event to charity.

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Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2009

Executive Presidential Candidates Debate in McPhail’s

Andraya Pulaski ’10 and Megan Breen ’10 faced off in the executive presidential debate on Monday, March 23, at 7:00 p.m. in McPhail’s. Liz Wolf ’09, executive president of Student Congress introduced the two panelists: Joseph Cammarano, Ph.D, Department of Political Science, and Lauren Ballback ’11, newswriter for The Cowl.

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Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2009

Philanthropy Class Uses $15,000 to Donate to Smith Hill Area ­­

Last spring, a new philanthropy class in the Department of Public and Community Service was developed in which the students had an imaginary amount of money which they were to allocate to different charities in Rhode Island. Instead of conducting another simulation this semester, the philanthropy class received $15,000 from Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund and Campus Compact.

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Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2009

Advisory to the Treasury Passes, ID Legislation Passes, Changes to Housing Selection Proposed

Student Congress voted on two pieces of legislation on Tuesday, March 24, and the Student Life Committee presented a proposal regarding housing for rising sophomores and juniors. The first piece of legislation that was voted on was the legislation presented by the Class of 2011 regarding the use of Providence College identification cards at off-campus locations.

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Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2009

Back To Life: Resident Evil Returns in an

Last Friday the 13th, the seventh installment of Resident Evil came out. How appropriate. Capcom released Resident Evil 5 for Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 after publicizing the game for almost a year. This survival horror video game made a huge splash as it came out with its new story involving the protagonist Chris Redfield from the first Resident Evil game.

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Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2009

Multiple Perpectives on Multiple Canvases

Though we often neglect the finer aspects of our humble campus, there is more to Providence College campus culture than Concannon and the newest architectural assault on the Slavin Center. We have, for lack of a more eloquent term, actual culture; what some might call a library, a lovely center for the performing arts and a modest but intimate and inviting visual arts gallery.

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Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2009

Another Round of Contestants Compete:

This week in PC Idol… Round 2 of PC Idol took place in ’64 Hall last Thursday night, the theme of this week’s competition being ’90s music. Overall the performances were solid, proving to be a definite step up from the last round. Highlights of the evening were Laurie Moise’s beautiful, impassioned performance of the Fugees’ “Killing Me Softly” and Sean Lynott’s smooth and adept rendition of Ben Harper’s “Steal My Kisses From You.

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Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2009

Tangents and Tirades

The right to bare arms. Ok I have a girl crush. But this isn’t any fifth grade longing to be like the Lip Smackers- laden cool girl on the playground; nope, I’m hopelessly smitten with Michelle Obama. . . more specifically, with her arms. Have you checked those guns out? She’s somehow achieved the ideal female upper arm-a healthy, toned bicep-tricep region that is too feminine to be doling out Half Nelson’s and yet more substantial than Sarah Jessica Parker’s ultra-sinewy, bony limb.

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Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2009

Defending the Honor of Providence College

On the Friday before spring break, I should have been eagerly anticipating a week of vacation. Instead, I had a sick feeling in my stomach, having just finished reading Dr. Andrew Peach’s now infamous guest commentary (“Suffer Not the Children…Or the Pets.

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