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March for Life article

  • Uncategorized | Jan.31, 2004

    March for Life article

    dschol05@providence.edu Thanks to Matt Sullivan ’06 for a great article about the PC delegation’s trip to the March for Life in Washington, in which I participated. It’s refreshing to see some coverage of an event that often is given little…

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.30, 2004

    Uncalled-for attacks

    shaunadamec@hotmail.com To the Editor: Since graduating from Providence College in 2002, I’ve enjoyed keeping up with Providence College news by reading The Cowl. I was especially disturbed when I read an article in the January 29th, 2004 edition of The…

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.30, 2004

    On the Campaign Trail

    mraia05@providence.edu In last week’s article, On the Campaign Trail, Megan Welch ’06 articulated my support for Gov. Howard Dean’s presidential campaign and did an excellent job of explaining the role I have played with the campaign to date. However, the…

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2004

    Theology professor delivers annual St. Thomas Day lecture

    Snow did not stop hot chocolate-sipping Dominicans, philosophy professors, and economics majors from attending Rev. Albino Barrera’s, O.P., Wednesday afternoon lecture “Revisiting Malthus’s Theodicy of Scarcity: A Thomistic Appraisal of the Nature of Economic Life.

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2004

    Weekly Spotlight: Sen. John Kerry

    With the unfolding events of the Democratic primaries dominating the recent headlines of news broadcasts, many may be having a hard time distinguishing among the candidates.  For some who may be voting for the first time in the upcoming 2004 presidential elections, now may be the opportune time to begin to learn about the backgrounds and issues of each of the candidates vying for a chance to oppose President Bush.

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2004

    This AD is a man with a vision

    If you’ve ever been to any Providence College Athletic event, you’ve probably seen PC Athletic Director Bob Driscoll. He’s everywhere. At games cheering on the teams, in meetings, even around campus talking to students about how to make the program better.

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2004

    Police sub-station to open in mid-February

    A new semester, a new police station…well, sub-station. Despite setbacks with building permits and asbestos removal, the Providence Police Department will be opening a new location around the middle of February at 206 Camden Avenue. It is situated at the intersection of Eaton Street and Douglas Avenue, conveniently located near the new PC Mart.

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2004

    News Briefs

    Endowed Chair has yet to be filled; search continues – PC students participate in March for Life – Congress Update

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2004

    Nomination slipping from Dean’s grasp

    Since Sen. John Kerry’s (D-Mass.) surprising victory in Iowa last week, every news program has diligently looked to New Hampshire with curiosity as to whether the self-described “Comeback” Kerry could continue his momentum and impose another setback for Dr.

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.29, 2004

    On the campaign trail

    To most students, a presidential election year means nothing more than casting a vote. Yet for some, getting involved in the presidential race has become a priority. In the midst of an approaching election year, students from Providence College have become active in various presidential political campaigns.

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