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NEW CUBAN REVOLUTION RESTAURANT

  • Uncategorized | Mar.31, 2005

    NEW CUBAN REVOLUTION RESTAURANT

    JACOSTA3@BELLSOUTH.NET I AM A CUBAN AMERICAN THAT HAD TO LEAVE MY COUNTRY IN 1961 BECAUSE THE LIES AND ESTATE OF TERROR CREATED BY THE GREATES ASSASIN FIDEL CASTRO.I REALLY LIKE TO BE ABLE TO HAVE THE OPORTUNITY TO REBATE THE…

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.29, 2005

    Sweeney’s Commentary Color Blind: An Open Letter

    jpitts06@providence.edu (This letter is 696 words. I hope it’s not too late to get into this week’s edition.)Terence, The tone with which you speak of our Catholic education has severely clouded your judgment on a number of important issues. In…

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.29, 2005

    Zox rox the knee-highs off PC

    nate@planetarygroup.com Hey there,Nate Hayden with the Planetary Group here. How goes it? Wanted to let you know that violin-driven rockers ZOX will be coming to town. This past summer saw the band touring with the Van’s Warped Tour and various…

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.23, 2005

    Behind the hiring scenes

    The competition to be hired as a faculty member at Providence College has increased in recent years, due to a rise in the caliber of applicants hoping to teach at PC. In selecting candidates who will best meet the needs of the student body, College administrators endure an approximately eight-month selection process during which they interview candidates and review their applications.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.23, 2005

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: Weber wins election

    After two days of voting, Matt Weber ’06 has been elected to serve as next year’s Student Congress president. Students elected Amy Baker ’07 to the position of vice president of Student Congress and Adam Truesdale ’07 to the office of Student Congress secretary; Jonny Styron ’07 ran unopposed for the position of Student Congress treasurer.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.21, 2005

    Too many Friars teams sit on the post-season sidelines

    hwong@tcnj.edu Congratulations to the constant in PC sports : the women’s ice hockey team. While they made it to NCAA post-season play, other Friars teams ( with the exception of men’s and women’s cross-country) have sat on their duffs watching…

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.21, 2005

    Feckless Friars Athletics: highlighting lacrosse

    hwong@tcnj.edu Some lacrosse fans think PC’s entry into last year’s NCAA lacrosse playoffs was a fluke caused by the capture of the conference title of a not-ready-for-prime-time athletic league. Naaaaah! Just because the Friars were anihilated in the first round…

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.20, 2005

    feckless PC athletics

    hwong@tcnj.edu A recent interview by The Cowl with Athletic Director Robert Driscoll noted his previous employer, the University of California-Berkeley, had a $45 million athletic department budget. The implication was PC Athletics could be more successful and effective if it…

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.17, 2005

    Kiss Me, I’m Friarish

    Another St. Patrick’s Day has descended on Providence College campus and as a veteran of the holiday, I can wholeheartedly say, I love St. Patrick’s Day, particularly here. Growing up in a predominantly Protestant New England town, my Irish Catholic family’s celebration of March 17, which rivaled Christmas and put Halloween to shame, was not the norm.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.17, 2005

    A real life shameless act of greed

    We see it almost every week on Law & Order-a woman comes upon a large sum of money, and her husband kills her to reap the financial benefits. On TV, the man is prosecuted and convicted for his actions. But what happens in real life?

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