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  • Uncategorized | Sep.28, 2003

    AACSB

    kgk914@aol.com (Not for publication)Surprised you have not covered AACSB development. I understand Spectrum scooped you on this. This is important move for PC.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.22, 2003

    New PC Website

    mharris@providence.edu In his recent article, Mike Massey did an excellent job pointing out that the new PC website not only looks great, but can also be regarded as a valuable resource for everyone associated with Providence College. I would like…

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

    Another bump in the road

    A drought has once again fallen upon the Providence College Women’s Volleyball team. After starting off the year 0-9, the Friars were hoping to stop the slide towards another losing season on Monday against Eastern Washington University.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

    Freshman President hopefuls face-off

    With eight names appearing on the ballot, the candidates for President of the Class of 2007 are gearing up for a tough race. Many of them, however, are focused on one goal: getting the freshman class involved.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

    Letter from a Muse

    Today, as I sat on the veranda, I decided I was getting fat. These days, my wedding ring looks like a string tied around a plump roast. I squeezed it off and put it on the table next to me. My finger is still swollen from the struggle, as I sit here writing.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

    Lord, I am Not Worthy to Receive You

    I lay in a stupor of fever, half-aware My master’s face looked far, his voice but faint He went (dear master!) seeking aid for me, But I in my dark dreaming heard not where.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

    Can’t beat the heat

    The Friars traveled to Tampa last weekend to participate in the University of South Florida/AmeriSuites Tournament, facing two solid opponents in Florida Atlantic and South Florida. The state that is usually full of fun and games was filled with only games for Providence, which dropped both games of the tournament, falling 3-1 to Florida Atlantic and 1-0 in an overtime thriller to South Florida.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

    Worth the Change

    If you were to ask me last year whether or not to buy season tickets for the Men’s Basketball team’s home games, I probably would have told you that you’d be better off investing your cash in, let’s say, Red Sox playoff tickets. Well, let’s not go that far, but you get the point. I would have told you to save your money.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

    Pot-hole Cabbage

    What is your topography Does the scenery grow tropical Where the carcass of a coyote grows into the guardrail

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.18, 2003

    Student Congress moves into full swing

    Two weeks after the start of classes, the 54th Student Congress of Providence College is in full swing. The highlight of the September 15 meeting was the summary of summer events given by Mike Frazier, Vice President of Finance and Business at Providence College. Frazier is in charge of all affairs dealing with the College’s physical plant, human resources, and technology.

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