August 22, 2017

Four-of-a-kind for Friars as streak runs to four

  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

    Four-of-a-kind for Friars as streak runs to four

    It was another rough week for the Providence College Women’s Soccer team, as it dropped a 4-2 decision at home to New Hampshire before losing 1-0 on the road to Pittsburgh. With the losses, the Friars’ record drops to 3-7 overall on the season, having lost four on the trot after a two-game win streak.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

    ‘Wood’ it not be nice to have a garden?

    I am a firm believer that every home has some quirk or pest that causes agony for the family members. Whether the house has a leaky roof, whether the house is haunted by a spirit, or whether the house is built too close to neighbors that argue at all hours of the night, each house has its kinks.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

    Bar smoke raises concern

    Next time you’re in rush hour traffic, feel free to take in a deep breath of that city smog. It is most likely a lot healthier than whatever you drew in last night at Brad’s. That is right, believe it or not, the smoke pollution in the average club or bar is almost fifty times worse than pollution in the air outside, even on the freeway.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

    Two Americans beheaded in Iraq

    Two American citizens working in Baghdad, Jack Hensley and Eugene Armstrong, were beheaded last week at the hands of a terrorist group demanding the release of female Iraqi prisoners. The terrorist group, One God and Jihad, is led by Jordanian militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

    Week in Review

    Edwards declines Providence outing Sneaky CBS sinks in public opinion Monkeying around with votes

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

    Syrian troops trek home

    Last week Syrian military units began withdrawing from Lebanon in response to growing international pressure, specifically U.S.-led pressure, to pull out of the country. Officials expect approximately 3,000 of Syria’s 17,000 troops to withdraw from areas surrounding the capital of Beirut, and either return to Syria or relocate to other bases.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

    Can’t find a better man (for President)

    We live in a crazy world-a world where an action hero is a governor and the most talked about film of the summer is a documentary. Politics and entertainment are unlikely dance partners but it seems they are together more than ever. The biggest music event of the fall is the Vote for Change Tour and its culminating concert in Washington, D.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

    Gary Bettman and the NHL

    On September 15, Gary Bettman, National Hockey League (NHL) Comissioner, announced that the 2004-05 hockey season would not begin training camps or the regular season as scheduled due to the collective bargaining agreement expiring between the owner’s union and player’s union.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

    Prisoners’ privilege

    California Gov. Arnold Schwarz-enegger (R) signed a bill banning smoking in prisons. The law amending the state penal code bars tobacco products from prisons and youth correctional facilities.Violators will be fined.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2004

    Women’s Cross Country is “Best in Midwest”

    Lady Friars go three-for-three as Smith sets new course record; Men’s team finishes fifth overall

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