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PC Black Expo showcases talent

  • Uncategorized | Feb.28, 2002

    PC Black Expo showcases talent

    Sights and sounds of African-American culture filled ’64 Hall on Friday, Feb. 22, as the fourth annual Black Expo took center stage. The mission of the Expo, according to Ndaya Irene Kasanda ’02, President of the African-American Society, “is to show how diverse the black community is.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.28, 2002

    Wasting away in Snood-ville

    Procrastination has always been a habit of many students, but even more so at the college level. The stereotype of the all-nighter to study for an exam or write a term paper is in many ways an accurate portrayal of many college students’ approach towards academic work.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.28, 2002

    Bioethics forum considers current ethical issues

    On Thursday, Feb. 21, a multidisciplinary bioethics forum was held at Brown University to discuss the fundamental questions regarding human molecular engineering. The forum was organized by a group of undergraduate Brown medical Students, including a senior here at Providence College, Mark Brady ’02, and included a keynote speech from Fr.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.28, 2002

    Banquet celebrates black heritage

    On Saturday, Feb. 23, the Balfour Center for Multicultural Affairs sponsored its annual Black History Celebration. This year’s theme, the brainchild of Dr. Wilesse Comissiong, Dean of Multicultural Affairs, was “We, Too, Have Defended the Flag,” which was an effort to recognize African-American veterans and celebrate their historical patriotism.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.28, 2002

    Men’s Hockey: BU peppers Schaefer, Friars

    After dropping a pair of gam es this past weekend against No. 6 Boston University, the Providence College Men’s Hockey team knows at least this: there will be no more home games this year. No playoff hockey at Schneider Arena.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.28, 2002

    College loses beloved faculty member

    On Feb. 25, 2002, Professor Robert J. Auclair died from complications after a six-year battle with cancer. The 35-year member of the Providence College community and Assistant Professor of Management was described as genuine, enthusiastic, and always positive by those who knew him well.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.28, 2002

    Men’s Basketball: No. 12 takes final bow

    Senior John Linehan called his NCAA record-breaking 377th steal bittersweet. He could have been talking about the 81-65 loss to Miami, the Friars 6-9 conference record, or a record-breaking steal that was met with mostly blank stares and confused looks.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.28, 2002

    A woman’s worth: Manchester discusses life during colonial period

    While some believe that women’s rights is a modern concept, Dr. Margaret Manchester, Assistant Professor of History, presented findings to the contrary in a recent lecture.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.28, 2002

    Talent and poise help PC sophomore earn Miss Haiti RI crown

    While most students know that last year’s Miss Rhode Island was a PC student, many may not know that Rhode Island’s Miss Haiti is also a member of the PC community. Kapedjanie “Kappy” Bois ’04 was crowned Miss Haiti on Dec. 29 and is enthus-iastic that this honor will afford her the opportunity to help the Haitian community.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.28, 2002

    Joey was a punk rocker

    I remember thinking it was ironic that Joey Ramone died on Easter Sunday. It just seemed funny that someone so closely associated with a movement that flew in the face of all things conventional was going to be forever linked in my mind with the most significant date in Christianity.

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