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Dignitaries offer congratulatory remarks

  • Uncategorized | May.25, 2006

    Dignitaries offer congratulatory remarks

    While extending congratulatory remarks to graduates of the Class of 2006, Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P., President of Providence College, took a different approach than usual. Rather than quote Aristotle, Jesus, or St. Thomas Aquinas, Father Shanley said he felt compelled to share the lyrics of a song he recently heard on the radio-Semisonic’s “Closing Time.

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  • Uncategorized | May.22, 2006

    O’Hurley urges graduates to live an extraordinary life

    Balancing humor with thoughtful words of advice, actor and business entrepreneur John O’Hurley ’76 addressed the approximately 1,100 graduating members of the Class of 2006 at Providence College’s 88th Commencement exercises held Sunday, May 21, at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center.

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  • Uncategorized | May.22, 2006

    A glimpse at the graduates

    Following graduation, members of the Class of 2006 will engage in a variety of endeavors as they take the next step toward life beyond Providence College. Many will further their studies at other colleges and universities nationwide, while others will join the Peace Corps, the military, or the work force.

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  • Uncategorized | May.05, 2006

    Do you really know what hip-hop is?

    Are you hip-hop? In this day and age it’s a valid question to ask. So to begin the quest for the meaning of hip-hop you walk down the street and you see a kid wearing baggy jeans with his hat backwards, is he hip-hop? Someone walks by and flashes you their iPod, it reads, “Mike Jones-Mike Jones,” are they hip-hop? Continuing down Mainstream Avenue, an all black Escalade with tinted windows, twenty inch rims and seismic crust shifting bass pulls over to the side, a window rolls down and so say you’re looking for hip-hop.

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  • Uncategorized | May.05, 2006

    Invisible Children campaign demands serious attention

    What did you do this past Saturday night? I spent mine in a Starbucks downtown, but I discovered that evening that 200 Rhode Islanders were spending their night far differently than I. Saturday evening, April 29th, marked the start of the “Global Night Commute.

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  • Uncategorized | May.05, 2006

    Letters to the Editor:

    Pope John Paul II-One year later

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  • Uncategorized | May.05, 2006

    Tangents and Tirades

    Cheaters never prosper When students make the difference

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  • Uncategorized | May.05, 2006

    Taste of the Town

    I think that it is appropriate that for my last Taste of the Town ever the restaurant I visited was called Bravo. In French, “bravo” means “cheer” (according to Babel Fish translations) and it is truly time for me to say “cheers” and move on.

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  • Uncategorized | May.05, 2006

    The soundtrack of your summer

    Summer Music Preview

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  • Uncategorized | May.05, 2006

    The trials and tribulations of boozing it up

    With classes winding down, Providence College’s weekend forecast shows signs of promise. Beginning with a mild Wet Wednesday and Thirsty Thursday, as the weekend does start on Wednesday in this region, Friday looks to be sunny and warm with a 95 percent chance of drunk as the dual forces of Cinco de Mayo and Ridiculousfest collide.

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