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‘Cyberfairness’ lacking in Registration

  • Uncategorized | Nov.17, 2006

    ‘Cyberfairness’ lacking in Registration

    Every Providence College student knows registration day brings headaches. But for the Spring 2007 registration, the headaches are only intensifying. The Office of Academic Scheduling and Registration has decided to divide each class by PIN number, thus expanding registration from one day to two days.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.17, 2006

    Big changes in store for Congress

    To look for signs of bi-partisan goodwill in Washington after the Democrats’ Congressional victories last week, one need go no further than the color of President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney’s blue ties at their meeting last Friday with the new Senate leadership.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.17, 2006

    Letters to the Editor:

    What’s the Mal Brown Club? Swipe cards are more than just your ticket to Ray

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.17, 2006

    Stay cool, stay alive

    A recent study by Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, Calif., shows that mice with lower body temperatures live longer. These genetically-engineered mice were found to live fairly normal lives despite the one-degree difference in the body temperature of normal mice.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.17, 2006

    Rumsfeld/Gates transition should be seamless

    After the Republican Party received a trampling last week at the polls, Donald Rumsfeld resigned as secretary of defense. For the transition, President Bush has selected Robert Gates, former director of the CIA, in hopes of muting the criticisms U.S. citizens have in what they see as a halt in the progress over in Iraq.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.17, 2006

    Death to the death penalty?

    My cousin was denied a loan from the bank; children are often denied dessert for not finishing their dinner; and some people are just plain “in denial.” What links these three examples? No matter the circumstance, this thing that is being denied to the person is not final and can be gained back.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.17, 2006

    Week In Review

    Local Man jumps at Providence Place National Severe weather relentless in Northwest International Castro may not live through 2007 Law Costner wins casino appeal

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.17, 2006

    Taking another look at diversity

    Reading the recent editorials debating the issue of diversity at PC has delighted and encouraged me. Since I arrived on campus, I have been irked by the unquestioned belief that “diversity” is an absolute and necessary good for academic institutions, and that PC lacks it.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.17, 2006

    Tangents and Tirades

    A weekend to remember. Make the gobbling stop!

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.17, 2006

    At gunpoint: A more complete story

    Along with Maj. John J. Leyden, The Cowl has performed noble service this term by offering detailed news on this fall’s spate of armed robberies near campus. The two robberies at gunpoint in September (one with an automatic handgun), as well as the robberies at knifepoint highlighted in Joe Miller ’10’s excellent news story in the Oct.

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