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This Flight goes nowhere

  • Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

    This Flight goes nowhere

    The answer to the question the tagline of Flightplan raises is pretty easy. “If Someone Took Everything You Live For How Far Would You Go To Get It Back?” Too far.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

    Good Will Hutnick

    We at A&E have decided that PC students who are involved in the arts deserve a little more attention. Therefore, we give you our new feature: A&E Profiles. If you know someone who deserves to be up here, let us know by e-mailing cowlaande@yahoo.com. This week meet . . .

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

    Blackalicious has perfected its Craft

    What would it take to replace what is known as work with what is instead recognized as a craft? True to the title of their latest release, Blackalicious erased that tiresome word and elevated their status in the hip hop world as one of the craftiest duos of their time.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

    Confidence is in the shoulders of the beholder

    Life seems too short to travel with your head down. Walking from one place to another with your head down is a recipe for avoiding life. I’m trying to turn “confident walking” into the next latest craze, but it looks like it has been lost in the shuffle somewhere between reality television and the popped collar.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

    Why size matters

    Looking at the children of today one can see that physically children are getting larger, lazier, and consequently, unhealthier. This is a problem.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

    Fish and chips: An all new reality

    If my few days on British soil prompted any groundbreaking realizations or blinding epiphanies about life or love or the universe as a whole, it was this: someone ought to have made a reality show about fish and chips.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

    Poetry Corner

    Night mail by Sarah Arnini ’07 Boston swans by Erin Kelly ’06 Synchronized swimmers by Ashley Laferriere ’06 Temperamental by Christine Bagley ’06

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

    Little Brother ensures Providence fanbase

    When Little Brother hit the stage at the Century Lounge last Wednesday, the Rhode Island crowd showed the kind of respect reserved for hip-hop’s bigger acts.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

    Sports Shorts

    Tennis defeats Hartford Busy week for Women’s Volleyball

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2005

    A world away in Seville, Spain

    The pile of dusty journals stacked in the corner of my closet all have something in common-the word Spain is written in almost every one of them. My long-time aspiration had been to someday visit Spain, to learn the language and speak with the natives.

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