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  • Uncategorized | Feb.26, 2004

    Columnist discusses Church’s role in American politics

    The Honors Depart-ment held their second annual honors lecture on Monday, Feb. 23, at 4:30 p.m. in the Feinstein Function Room, welcoming Washington Post columnist Eugene J. Dionne, Jr. as he gave his lecture entitled, “One Electorate Under God.” The event was sponsored by Honors alumni and drew a crowd of nearly 200.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.26, 2004

    News Briefs

    Student Congress proposes extended library hours – PC finishes fourth in Regional College Bowl Tournament

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.26, 2004

    Treasurers race for office, secretary walks

    On Wednesday, March 3, Providence College students will cast their vote for the members of the Student Congress Executive Board. On the ballot, they will see two candidates for treasurer, and only one for secretary. Shawna Steadman ’05 and Zachary McBride ’05 are running for the position of treasurer, while Caitlin Mullen ’05 is running unopposed for secretary.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.26, 2004

    Archbishop to address 2004 Graduating Class

    The commencement speaker is often as memorable as the graduation exercise itself. At times, the message of the distinguished speaker is seared into the mind of the graduating audience and remains as relevant, even years after discarding the cap and gown. This year’s speaker is the Most Rev.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.26, 2004

    Help wanted

    s Commence-ment Day rapid-ly approaches, members of the Class of 2004 are in the process of finding jobs for their post-graduation lives. The Office of Career Services at Providence College offers a number of services aimed at helping graduating seniors achieve success in their search for employment.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.26, 2004

    Two steps back for Men’s Hockey

    The Providence College Men’s Hockey team finally ran into a hill too steep to climb. Riding a four game winning streak, the Friars were finally brought back down to earth by nationally ranked No. 3 Maine in Orono this past weekend. A 3-2 loss on Friday followed by Saturday’s 4-2 defeat saw the Black Bears scoop up all four points and deny the Friars the prospect of home ice advantage in the first round of the Hockey East tournament.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.26, 2004

    Lax falls to Fairfield

    The Providence College Men’s Lacrosse team came up short in its season opening game against Fairfield University, falling 8-7 to the Fairfield Stags in double overtime, this past Saturday in Fairfield, Connecticut. “Our main goal is to just go out there and play our game,” said Head Coach Chris Burdick.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.26, 2004

    Men’s basketball: Forget Maris

    With just four games remaining in the 2003-2004 season for the Providence College Men’s Basketball team, it was announced on Tuesday, Feb. 25 that senior Maris Laksa has left the program to pursue a professional basketball career in Slovenia. Laksa, a 6-9 forward from Ventspils, Latvia averaged nine points in his first three seasons as Providence.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.26, 2004

    Student Congress presidential race begins

    There are no political parties, special interests, campaign managers or staffs. There are no fundraisers or rallies or invective charged web-sites. There is, however, plen-ty of gumption and drive, and this year’s candidates for Student Congress President are lacking in neither.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.26, 2004

    Swimming and Diving strong at MCC’s

    The Providence College Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving teams are nearing the end of their respective seasons. The men finished the regular season with a strong 5-3 record, while the women closed with a respectable 6-5 record. Both teams continued their success at the Metropolitan Collegiate Championships, a three day competition in East Meadow, New York.

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