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Friars upset Hurricanes

  • Uncategorized | Oct.30, 2003

    Friars upset Hurricanes

    For four seniors of the Providence College Women’s Soccer team, Sunday, Oct. 26 marked the final time they would represent PC at Glay Field. For Emilie Comeau, Caroline Haines, Marianna McDonald and Jaclyn Ross, the season finale against the University of Miami also served as the finale to their careers as Friars.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.30, 2003

    Swimming and Diving falls to Stonybrook

    The Providence College Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving teams opened their seasons with a meet against SUNY St-ony Brook last week-end. Despite the strong per-formance by both teams, the Friars dropped the first meet of the year, with the women falling 130-108, and the men losing 119-90.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.30, 2003

    Out of Bounds: Party in the paint

    Anyone who has ever thrown a party knows how much time and effort goes into its plan-ning. For example, say you’re going to have a party-and not just one of those ones where you invite 10 or 15 people over to your four-man in Davis. We’re talking a 21st birthday extravaganza for that favorite someone, or a Superbowl bash complete with stadium seating.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.30, 2003

    Blacked out on the ice

    The Providence College Men’s Hockey team just couldn’t seem to get things going this weekend. The Friars came up just short against Boston University on Friday night, falling 6-4, giving PC its first loss of the season. PC followed the loss by tying Merrimack Saturday night-pro-ducing the first 0-0 tie in Providence College hockey history.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.30, 2003

    Sport Shorts

    All the news we couldn’t fit in…but did.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.30, 2003

    Tangents and Tirades

    Want a midterm break? Tangents are no-brainers.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.30, 2003

    Women’s hockey lacks Gunn control

    Though the Con-stitution protects our right to bear arms, the Providence College Women’s Hockey team would have gladly waived that liberty last Thursday if it had meant keeping Northeastern’s secret weapon, goalkeeper Chanda Gunn, off the ice. Instead, the Huskies arrived at Schneider Arena packing heat and forced the Friars into settling for a 1-1 draw.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.30, 2003

    Stuartstock showcases PC’s musical talent

    On Wednesday evening at 7:30 Student Congress kicked off their fifth annual Stuart Stock in McPhail’s. Sponsored by the Alcohol Committee of Student Congress, Stuart Stock is an event to promote alternative ways of having fun that don’t include alcohol. Fallon Hauser ’05 and Andrew Wallace ’05 organized the event, which included free Ronzio’s pizza, raffle prizes, student bands, and the a cappella groups Special Guest, Anaclastic, and Strictly Speaking, not to mention “the coolest free t-shirt ever,” according to Bob Tobio ’07.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.30, 2003

    Win and in

    The ultimate goal of the Providence College Men’s Soccer team this year was to equal and improve on the success of last year’s squad, the first to qualify for the Big East Tournament in four years. With a win this coming Sunday at home against Virginia Tech, that goal will become a reality.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.30, 2003

    Congress makes a clean sweep

    This year, the Student Congress executive board, along with the class officers and representatives, has planned a new community service initiative for PC organizations to get involved with. The proposed program is a neighborhood clean-up program unlike any community service program Congress has held in past years.

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