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Portraits of Hope

  • Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2003

    Portraits of Hope

    dwyshak@webtv.net www.stemcellaction.org is informative. The Portraits of Hope biographies brings it home. Diane

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.29, 2003

    PC rowers compete at CRASH-B world Championships

    jmarra03@providence.edu Two members of Crew Team Compete in CRASH-B’sOn February 23, in the Reggie Lewis Gym, two members of the Providence College Crew Team anxiously awaited their turn on the ergometers. Ali Natale (’05) and Janelle Marra (’03) were two…

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.28, 2003

    Paul’s article besmirches The Cowl.

    rgrada05@providence.edu Juliette Paul’s March 27th commentary “Irish celebration besmirches tradition” has to be the most self-righteous, ignorant article I have ever read in the Cowl. To attack a PC student sporting a green shirt and a frothy mug on March…

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.28, 2003

    Anti War?

    chrisrockk@hotmail.com To the Editor:There are a lot of people who do not believe war is the answer. However, I know that peace is achieved through strength, as Ronald Reagan proved by taking down the U.S.S.R. and the Berlin Wall. While…

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2003

    Iraq airs footage of American POW’s

    Americans were shocked by a brief video showing American prisoners of war.  Five American soldiers were shown on Sunday morning, several of them were bloody and had been bandaged.  Iraqi soldiers were heard on the video questioning the soldiers.  The video was released by the Arabic news channel Al-Jazeera. 

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2003

    Athletes tortured if they lost playing for Iraq

    Reports out of Iraq have it that Uday Hussein, Saddam’s son, would torture athletes who did not win or disgraced the country of Iraq in international sporting events.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2003

    College announces new residence hall

    What do you get when you cross a dorm room with an apartment? The answer is the new suite-style residence hall being built on the lower campus of Providence College. “We’re providing an additional option for the type of living on campus,” Mark F. Rapoza, Director of Business Strategy, said of the new residence hall. He explained that the suites will have elements of both traditional rooms and apartments.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2003

    Re-thinking strategy

    As sandstorms and pro-Saddam troops delay ground forces, the U.S. coalition changes plans, diminishing the hope that this would be a short and clean war.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2003

    As war rages, campus reacts

    Last Wednesday, March 19, as President George W. Bush’s ultimatum to Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein to leave his country or face military action expired, some Providence College students gathered for a prayer vigil and march to express their desire for a peaceful resolution to the conflict, and their support for peace in general. Coincidentally, less than 45 minutes after the conclusion of the vigil, the first bombs and missiles began falling on Baghdad.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.27, 2003

    Blair and Bush plan future for Iraq

    British Prime Minister Tony Blair, America’s closest ally in the military campaign against Iraq, planned to meet with American President George W. Bush on March 27 at Camp David.  On the agenda for discussion were the military operation and its logistics in Iraq as well as diplomatic implications for any future collaboration between America and Europe. 

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