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Uncategorized | Dec.13, 2012

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An archive of The Cowl will be in the works over Christmas Break. You will be able to read articles ranging back to 2009 up until now.

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Uncategorized | Dec.11, 2012

Why Am I Still Watching?

In September 2011, Fox, a network known more for its primetime mystery shows and random reality TV hits, threw viewers and critics a

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Uncategorized | Dec.11, 2012

Tiffany & Earl

This Week: Christmas Crux   Dear Tiffany and Earl, I’ve started dating a really, really nice philosophy major this semester. He treats me like an angel, always tells me how sweet I am, and is the furthest thing from controlling. There’s just one catch: his jobs prospects come May aren’t looking so good. What’s a girl to do? Do I ditch the pauper and look for someone richer at home? Sincerely, Shallow Sally

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Uncategorized | Dec.06, 2012

News in Brief

  Campus Ministry Sponsors All-Day Confessions On Tuesday, December 4, Campus Ministry sponsored all-day confessions in St. Dominic Chapel for students to begin the new liturgical year and holiday season on a good note. Various Dominican Friars were available to absolve the sins of students in this yearly event.

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Uncategorized | Dec.06, 2012

Through the Eyes of the Pep Band

You would be hard-pressed to find anyone unwilling to admit that the Providence College student section is disappointing. However, there are pockets of enthusiasm, particularly across the Dunkin’ Donuts Center from the student section where the PC Pep Band stands. Game day for the Pep Band begins two hours before tip-off when the first bus of equipment leaves for the Dunk. The setup process is long and complicated, but the sound team, headed by Mike

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Uncategorized | Dec.06, 2012

Student Congress Updates

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Uncategorized | Dec.06, 2012

African World View Class Sponsors African Food Night

Trading in the acoustics of professors’ voices and the frantic clanking of pencils hitting desks during

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Uncategorized | Dec.06, 2012

Key to a Happy Winter Break:

It is finals time here at PC, which means lots of late nights at the library, longer lines at Dunkin’ Donuts, growing resentment toward the cold weather, and stress all around. We are all looking forward to Christmas break to bring an end to the work and stress that final exams bring. Now is the time where we begin the sprint to the finish with Christmas as our glorious reward.

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Uncategorized | Dec.06, 2012

Tangents & Tirades

  Unwrapping the Intangible This holiday season, I only seek the intangible. To my mind, a beautiful gift is unwrapping the unknown mysteries of life. While presents symbolically allow people to share their love and appreciation towards others, I personally would rather accept a deep and heartfelt letter. I believe there are ways to enhance what you have already been given, like putting your headphones into your nostrils and opening your mouth to form instant speakers. Or eating makeup to be pretty on the inside. All jokes aside, I must confess that Christmas is the only time of year when I wholly enjoy celebrating with my family in front of a dead tree and eating candy out of socks.

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Uncategorized | Dec.06, 2012

Underneath the Helmet

  The tradition of

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