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Station Fire Celebrity Auction

  • Uncategorized | May.15, 2003

    Station Fire Celebrity Auction

    leighann@hereinreality.com I wanted to let you know that we’re having an online celebrity charity auction to benefit the survivors of the Station Fire. There are autographed items donated by Patti LaBelle, Pete Rose, the Soprano’s Jamie-Lynn Sigler, the Harlem Globetrotters,…

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  • Uncategorized | May.06, 2003

    lack of coverage

    k_mcdonald04@yahoo.com Dear Editor,I know that this letter is probably being sent too late in the year, being that the last cowl has already probably been published, but I am sending this in hopes that you will pass my sentiments on…

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  • Uncategorized | May.02, 2003

    remove from email

    bjoyce646@hotmail.com thanks,Please remove my emailJust had subscribed for the article on Lt Brian McPhillips. that was a great tribute that I found on your sight while search the web. Brian had family from concord Ma, and was burried in St…

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  • Uncategorized | May.01, 2003

    Judy Shepard speaks at Feinstein Conference

    “I’m a mom with a story and a mom with dreams, and that’s what you’re going to hear today, my story and my opinions,” said Judy Shepard, mother of the late Matthew Shepard. Mrs. Shepard addressed a group of more than 200 students, faculty, and reporters from around the Providence area Sunday, April 13 in Slain Center’s ’64 Hall.

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  • Uncategorized | May.01, 2003

    Freshman continues family tradition in front of camera

    Before he stepped in front of the camera, Leonard was a hockey player in his hometown of Winnetka, Illinois. “I decided I didn’t want to play with the high school hockey team,” Leonard said. With hockey out of his life, he decided to find a new passion. He began to inquire about getting a TV show on cable access. Leonard was “shocked” at how easy it was to get his own show.

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  • Uncategorized | May.01, 2003

    A taxing dilemma: The city versus PC

    For the past few weeks, Providence College admin-istrators have been in negotiations with city officials to reach an agreement concerning the payment in lieu of taxes that Mayor of Providence David Cicilline has proposed to the four tax-exempt colleges in Providence.

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  • Uncategorized | May.01, 2003

    Shootin’ hoops, bringin’ hope

    In the course of one week, two basketball tournaments were held at Providence College. Though separate, both were organized by students to help raise money for a good cause.

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  • Uncategorized | May.01, 2003

    Congress approves new clubs in last act

    Student Congress recently approved three new clubs for the student body, with the feeling that all three clubs have achieved the standards set by the Congress to become an official club on campus.

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  • Uncategorized | May.01, 2003

    A decade of change

    The name Feinstein is a prominent one at Providence College. With both a central academic building and a unique academic department bearing the Rhode Island philanthropist’s name, the generosity of Alan Shawn Feinstein has molded a new future for the College in the last decade.

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  • Uncategorized | May.01, 2003

    Freshman president tackles parietals issue

    Matt Weber ’06, president of the freshman class, is a firm believer in keeping campaign promises. While running for class pres-ident earlier this fall, Weber focused on issues that he believed the students felt strongly about and guaranteed them that he was the candidate who could help their voices be heard. After fulfilling all of his campaign promises but one so far this year, he has now attempted to tackle an issue that he feels every student at Providence College has passionate opinions about.

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