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Long Way Home

Arts & Entertainment | Jan.31, 2013

Long Way Home

  I’m taking the long way home. Letting tonight bleed into tomorrow, Driving aimlessly, Watching wistfully As my tired eyes register streetlights and car lights And city lights

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Sports | Jan.31, 2013

Not too Late to Apologize

  This is America. This is where “Honey Boo Boo” and

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Sports | Jan.31, 2013

Kicking it to New York

  Staff Writer Julia Claudy sits down with Marc Cintron ’13 to discuss his being drafted into MLS, and what he will miss about PC.

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Sports | Jan.31, 2013

Who Will Win the Super Bowl?

  Ravens Simply put, the Baltimore Ravens are this year’s team of destiny. When Ray Lewis announced that he would retire at the end of the regular season, many figured that Lewis’ career would end in the divisional playoffs against the Denver Broncos, if not in the wild card round against wonder boy Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts.

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Sports | Jan.31, 2013

New Arena, New Era

Schneider Arena opened in 1973, and since then it has remained mostly unchanged. In November of this school year though, major renovations of the arena began. Any visitors to that area of campus have no doubt noticed the fenced off construction area, which will soon be the home of a 30,000-square foot addition. Many who attended the sold-out Men’s Ice Hockey game against Boston University last Friday have noticed the other problem caused by the current renovations: Schneider Arena’s official capacity is down to 2,089 people for the remainder of the season from its listed capacity of 3,030 due to construction blocking a couple of the fire exits.

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Sports | Jan.31, 2013

Wildcats Sent Home Licking Wounds

  On Wednesday, January 23, the Providence College Women’s Basketball Team took on the

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Sports | Jan.31, 2013

On the Defensive

  The Providence College Men’s Basketball Team was able to make national news soon after their classmates and fellow students returned home for winter break. It was not its play on the court or conduct off of it that grabbed headlines across the country, but its decision to honor and pay tribute to the families and victims of the shooting in Newtown, Conn.

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Sports | Jan.31, 2013

Dear Coach Cooley

  Dear Coach Cooley, There is nothing as distressing in life as fear. As children, menial fears of all kinds and colors lived in the shadows of closets and in the creaking of the tree swing out back. Fear is something we attempt to conquer, though it always returns with a new face. My brother Benjamin is 11. He plays every known sport and a few more that he comes up with on his own. He is a stellar basketball player, a baseball enthusiast, and quarterback for his middle school football league. He loves video games. Ben was always Mr. Fearless. He likes lightning, thunder, and movies with ghosts.

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News | Jan.31, 2013

Student Congress Updates

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Arts & Entertainment | Jan.31, 2013

Tiffany & Earl

  Dear Tiffany and Earl, So there’s this really cute boy who lives in Guzman, and I’ve got a huuuuge crush on him. One problem: we’re just so different! He’s from a different country and he’s not Catholic. Do opposites really attract or should I just give up? Sincerely, Wannabe International Love

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