August 22, 2017

This flame will never burn out

  • Uncategorized | Oct.29, 2007

    This flame will never burn out

    “Each [cartoon] flame represents a copy editor who is currently on staff,” he said. “I leave the [cartoon] candles up as a reminder of those who have died . . . in my mind.” Did I really want to be a part of a group that creepily kept reminders up of those who had simply stopped showing up? Clearly the head copy editor had a warped sense of humor, which completely meshed with mine in his Survivor-style of keeping track of his copy editing minions.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.26, 2007

    Poetry Corner

    The Fall by Lia Armatas ’08 Minerals by Alex Donnelly ’09

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.26, 2007

    Week in Review

    Local Warwick Holds Conference on Teen Drinking “Substance Abuse Among Teens: Connecting the Dots,” a 450-person conference hosted by Family Court Chief Judge Jeremiah S. Jeremiah Jr. and Attorney General Patrick C. Lynch, took place at the Crowne Plaza.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.26, 2007

    Take This, Nestl

    Citizens of America: I am writing to inform you of the emergence of a deadly new drug. This substance has recently surfaced in Rhode Island, specifically on the campuses of Providence College and Brown University. My associates and I have reason to believe that the initial origin of the highly addictive substance was, contrary to popular belief, Providence College.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.26, 2007

    Beware of the Deadly Superbug

    New data from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has sparked deep concern over a widespread pathogen that is increasingly prevalent in healthcare and public facilities. Like other successful pathogens, its virulence is due in part to its high variability, which is reflected in the number of different names it goes by.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.26, 2007

    You’re Never Too Old for Halloween

    I always thought trick-or-treating was one of the most absurdly wonderful of all holiday traditions. Getting dressed up in crazy costumes, ringing random people’s doorbells, and demanding candy from them . . . it doesn’t get any better than that. As a child, I reveled in Halloween.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.26, 2007

    The Sunny Side

    A global effort, which began with three young Americans stranded in Northern Uganda, is taking high schools, colleges, and places of worship by storm. The Invisible Children campaign which began in the spring of 2003 when Jason Russell, a graduate of the University of Southern California, Laren Poole of the University of San Diego, and Bobby Bailey also of the University of Southern California, embarked on a journey to Africa in search of a story that would change the world.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.26, 2007

    Bhutto Returns to Pakistan; Violence Erupts

    Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto returns to Pakistan after eight years of self-imposed exile in order to bring stability to a corrupt political system that has been in turmoil over recent months. She was greeted by bombs and grenades, speculated to be by terrorist groups.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.26, 2007

    Tiffany&Earl

    Dear Tiffany and Earl, For the last month all my friends have been talking about is Halloween: Where the best parties are going to be, what we should be this year, etc. I’ve kind of just been nodding and smiling because Halloween just isn’t all that important to me.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.26, 2007

    Oddly Enough

    French photographer and engineer, Pascal Cotte, has solved a mystery of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa.” In the painting the woman does not appear to have eyelashes or eyebrows. But Cotte has found evidence of their existence. A 240 million pixel high definition camera that Cotte designed was used to capture the image with 13 light spectrums.

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