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Undergraduate engineering for PC

  • Uncategorized | Jun.23, 2003

    Undergraduate engineering for PC

    hwong@tcnj.edu I encourage the College to establish an undergraduate engineering program at PC. The reasons include :(1) few Roman Catholic universities offer undergraduate engineering study(2) Student interest in engineering study may be at a nadir in interest level Attitudes towards…

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  • Uncategorized | Jun.23, 2003

    Letter for Dave from an incoming freshman

    dquin04@providence.edu Hi Dave, This isn’t your typical “letter to the editor.” It’s more of an informal hello from a prospective student. My name is Mallary Tenore and I’m going to be a freshman at P.C. in the fall. I’m really…

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  • Uncategorized | Jun.22, 2003

    The freedom to live in chains

    Freedom. This is supposed to be a universally desired value, the state towards which all of humanity unconsciously strives. The United States, since its inception, has heralded itself as the champion of all those repressed throughout the globe, most recently those under the rule of Saddam Hussein in Iraq.

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  • Uncategorized | Jun.22, 2003

    A Perfect date

    I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change is a four-person musical comedy as well as a timeless tribute to the trials and tribulations of relationships. It is made up of 13 short scenes (with almost twice as many songs) that follow a lifetime trajectory of dating and mating, from blind dates to marriage to growing old together (or apart).

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  • Uncategorized | Jun.22, 2003

    Summer Movie Mid-Term Report Card

    It’s just like Banner. It takes a while for all the grades to come out, but eventually, they’ll all be up. So keep checking back as more of the summer movies get their grades. Finding Nemo If fish are our friends, the Nemo is our best friend forever. The Pixar perfection brings not only loveable characters and unstoppable laughs, but also a heartwarming and poignant story.

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  • Uncategorized | Jun.22, 2003

    Summer Tangents

    The summer may be here, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t still bitching about some things. It’s always good to blow off some steam over the summer, so we can be cool and relaxed for the fall semester. That is, until we have another issue, in which case, we’ll totally find something to complain about.

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  • Uncategorized | Jun.22, 2003

    The misunderestimation of George W. Bush

    Over the past few elections the importance of comedic parodies of candidates has become increasingly more obvious. Many people’s opinions of those running for the Presidency have been influenced by Saturday Night Live and The Daily Show. Parodies of Bob Dole as an old bewildered man, Bill Clinton as a philander, and Al Gore as a stiff have stuck in the American mind irrespective of their truth.

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  • Uncategorized | Jun.22, 2003

    Big East/ACC Breakdown

    While we’ve been cramming for finals and hunting for last minute summer jobs, the athletic powers in the ACC and the Big East Conference have waged a war centered on Miami. With the possibility of three teams defecting from the Big East in favor of joining the ACC becoming an increasingly large one, the feud between the two leagues has raged on and become more heated.

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  • Uncategorized | Jun.22, 2003

    Sports Shorts

    Friars place 27th at NCAA Championships The Providence College women’s Track team placed 27th at the NCAA Championships, for its best team finish since the 1995 season, when PC finished 12th overall. To add to the program’s success this year, two Friar runners received All-America honors.

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  • Uncategorized | Jun.22, 2003

    Time to change

    You’re read about them: Library renovations. A new suite-style residence hall. A new Center for the Arts. Raymond Cafeteria remolded. But finally, Providence College has seen the birth of all of the above. And it’s going to take a while for this baby to be born.

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