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  • Uncategorized | Jan.30, 2007

    New assistant director of disabilities services steps up

    Growing up with cerebral palsy, Andrew Christiansen wished someone had been there to guide him through the challenges he faced in school. Now, he wants to be that guiding force for students with disabilities at PC. Christiansen began his duties as the College’s new assistant director for disability support services on Jan.

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.25, 2007

    News Briefs

    College celebrates King’s legacy

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.25, 2007

    Hoops midseason report card

    Exclusive to The Cowl, here are the grades you couldn’t see on CyberFriar: Frontcourt: Center Herb Hill has really come into his own as a senior, developing into the consistent low post threat that the Friars have lacked since the graduation of Ryan Gomes.

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.25, 2007

    PCI

    For men’s basketball so far this year, what has been the most pleasant surprise and the biggest disappointment? -Dan Finnegan ’07

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.25, 2007

    Women’s hockey scores big vs. NU and Maine

    Providence College’s Women’s Hockey Team has had a brutal schedule this year; it basically reads like a “Who’s Who” of NCAA Division I. But finally, after threeand-a-half roller coaster months, the worst is over. And that’s because the Friars will be playing the rest of their regular season games against Hockey East opponents, where they have consistently done well during the ’06-07 season.

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.25, 2007

    Friars Scoreboard

    Scores — Standings — Statistics — Schedules — Standouts

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.25, 2007

    THROUGH HIS EYES

    For Ian Birchall ’10, the world is painted in black and white. People are clouds of grey, objects are formless, and nature is something to be smelled, touched, and heard. But Birchall, who was born legally blind, can’t help but view the world in a positive light.

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.25, 2007

    Swimming sinks in Maine

    acWhile the students were away for winter break, the Providence College Swimming and Diving teams hit the pool to take on the University of Maine on Sunday, Jan. 14. Despite a strong performance by individuals of both sexes, the men fell to the Black Bears 176-114, while the women were defeated 186-92.

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.25, 2007

    Friars Update

    Sims shares Player of the Week honors Duncan named Rookie of the Week Chris Konopka drafted

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.25, 2007

    Friar hockey earns split in upset of No. 4 Maine

    For the Providence College Men’s Hockey Team the story this season has been ‘so close, but so far.’ It seems every time it can make a run, be it a winning streak or even a game as of late, something seems to get in the way to stop the momentum.

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