August 22, 2017

New execs, BOP hops for joy

  • Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

    New execs, BOP hops for joy

    The abundance of posters and fliers posted on kiosks, hanging in residence halls, and slipped under doorways last week could have meant only one thing: campaigning for the executive boards of three of the most prestigious organizations on campus was underway.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

    Baker to step up next year

    The polls for Student Congress executive board closed Friday, March 24, at 4:00 p.m., when Amy Baker ’07 emerged victorious as Student Congress president for the 2006-07 school year. Of the 1,035 votes cast, Baker received 721, defeating the current treasurer of the class of 2007, Amy Berroyer, who received 298 votes.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

    No place for a prison break

    How does a secluded island getaway, surrounded by tranquil waters, with horseback riding, skiing, and tennis available for your pleasure sound to you? Well, there is one catch-you must have committed a crime in order to qualify for a stay here. At Bastoy Prison in Norway, these dreams can become a reality.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

    House party horror story shocks Seattle

    On Saturday, March 25, authorities found an assault rifle, multiple clips carrying 30 bullets each, a machete, and several hundred rounds of ammunition in Aaron Kyle Huff’s truck. Twenty-eight year-old Huff was suspected of murdering six people and injuring two more after allegedly opening fire on a crowd at a Seattle house party.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

    The ‘reel’ deal-film minor approved

    Beginning next fall, a new film minor will be offered at Providence College. The minor was approved by Rev. Brian Shanley, O.P., president of Providence College, earlier this semester. “There are a lot of people on campus interested in film and video production,” said Dr.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

    Week in Review

    Local Memorial for Mexican-Americans National Gambling on the go International Israeli elections looming Science and Technology Genetic pigs on the plate

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

    Rahman trial sparks world dispute

    What began as a custody battle turned into an international dispute of human and religious rights this week. Abdul Rahman, 41, entered court to regain custody of his two daughters. During the investigation, the bitterly opposing family had told authorities a piece of information that no Islamic man would want revealed to the public, that Abdul Rahman was guilty of apostasy-one of the most sinful and shameful acts in the Islamic religion.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

    Poetry Corner

    Approaching by Ashley Laferriere ’06 Mistakes Kristina Reardon ’08 Peace by Tom Casano ’06 The Lou Reed Street Hassle Blues Don’t Slip Away by Dan Meehan ’07

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

    At the zoo

    Spring has arrived, and it is time to celebrate the warm breezes, the lack of a coat, and the flip-flop-friendly weather. And by celebrate, I don’t mean that you should start driving around with your windows down. Our tiny, yet plentiful, state of Rhode Island has a number of ways for you to enjoy the season, and they should absolutely be taken advantage of.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.30, 2006

    Elections easy for BMSA

    Because all the Board of Multicultural Student Affairs (BMSA) candidates ran unopposed, next year’s officers have gotten a jump start working together and planning for the upcoming semester. “I feel we will all work very well together,” said Polyana De Oliveira ’07, who will be president of BMSA for the second year in a row in 2006-07.

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