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  • Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

    Sudan accused of bombing Darfur

    A confidential United Nations report leaked to The New York Times last Tuesday, Apr. 17, accused the Sudanese government of flying bombs and military equipment into the war-ravaged region of Darfur, violating Security Council resolutions and humanitarian standards.

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  • Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

    PCI

    Who is more important to his team’s success: A-Rod for the New York Yankees or Dice-K for the Boston Red Sox? -Jill Corsi ’09 The person whose success matters most to his team is Dice-K. A-Rod’s hot start has helped him feel like a Yankee for the first time since he arrived in New York.

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  • Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

    Concert stocks Slavin

    Providence College’s Student Congress hosted the annual Stuartstock concert on Slavin lawn on Saturday, April 21 from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.. The concert featured a medley of different bands, musical groups, and solo musicians. Eleven acts participated in the concert: Capitol Hill, Mother’s Mistake, Joel DeFelice ’09, RSun, Special Guest, PC Jazz Ensemble, Andy MacMannis ’09, Sails and Sails, Dave Heath Band, and The Upstairs.

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  • Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

    Friars fly at UConn invite

    While most Providence College students could be found barbequing on the quad, sunbathing on Slavin Lawn, or tossing a Frisbee around lower campus on Saturday, April 21, the Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track teams were competing at the UConn Invitational. A number of the men’s and women’s runners were able to secure first, second, and third place victories for the Friars.

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  • Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

    Up and down week on the diamond for PC softball

    After what felt like weeks of rainouts and less than ideal field conditions, the Providence College Women’s Softball Team (22-18) finally saw some sun this weekend. Spring came just in time, too, as the Friars had a formidable schedule over the past week because of makeup games from earlier rainouts.

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  • Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

    Checking in with PC’s favorite son

    Ryan Gomes is old school. It’s not just his game, though that’s old school enough on its own: A game built on fundamentals, things too often forgotten by the youth of today, like the mid-range jumper, boxing out, and finishing around the hoop, just to name a few.

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  • Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

    Friars fall to UNC but beat Manhattan to keep hope alive

    Another week has passed and the Providence College Men’s Lacrosse team’s playoff pulse is still beating. Last Saturday, April 21, the Friars headed south to Chapel Hill, N.C. to take on the No. 10 Tarheels of UNC. Un-fortunately for PC, the ‘Heels’ ranking proved to be no fluke.

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  • Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

    Students find faith, search for answers

    This is the last article of a four-part series on diversity at Providence College. As a child, Greg Kerr ’07 never attended Mass and knew little about his faith. Having been raised by a mother who is a non-practicing Catholic and a father who is an atheist, Kerr rarely talked to anyone about his faith.

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  • Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

    Heartlander a breakthrough invention in heart surgery

    United States scientists have recently developed a mini prototype robot that can be placed in the human heart and perform surgery while the heart is still functioning. This is a breakthrough invention that surpasses open heart surgery in which surgeons have to cut a large area of the heart and the heart usually has to be stopped.

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  • Uncategorized | Apr.26, 2007

    Letters to the Editor:

    Hope you like the warm weather, it’s about to get hot Clubbies’ sets rap standards

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