August 22, 2017

Graduates urged to continue community service

  • Uncategorized | May.20, 2007

    Graduates urged to continue community service

    Though the weather on Sunday, May 20, 2007 was gloomy, the atmosphere inside the Dunkin’ Donuts Center was one of celebration. Approximately 1,288 degrees were awarded to students from the undergraduate day school, the Graduate Studies Program, the School of Continuing Education, and four honorary degrees.

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  • Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

    Friars kick way to back-to-back NCAA appearances

    How do you match a season that represented the best turnaround in school history and culminated in a trip to the NCAA Tournament? The Providence College Men’s Soccer Team saw only one way: Return to the Big Dance. Though this is a difficult task, the team did not disappoint.

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  • Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

    Friars stay on track to building dynasty

    The newest students to enter the Providence College community, the Class of 2011, will be as old as the Friar women’s cross country team’s dynasty. Believe it or not, the women’s Cross Country Team can rightfully boast for making it to post season competition 18 years in a row.

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  • Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

    Friars make run at title

    The goal seems simple, at first glance: Make the Big East Tournament. It is something the Providence College Women’s Field Hockey Team aspires to each season. The target shrinks just a little when you learn that only the top four teams in the conference are invited to play for the league title each November.

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  • Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

    Center ice: Tony Zancanaro

    Throughout his career, Tony Zancanaro has generally been one of the smallest players on the ice. Judging from his aggressive, yet intelligent style of play, however you’d never know it. Now a senior closing out his time at Providence College, the Cowl takes time out to look back on the college hockey career of Tony “Cannonball”.

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  • Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

    Konopka: A Wizard in goal

    Almost every young athlete dreams at one point or another of going pro. Some entertain this aspiration more seriously than others and pursue their sport in high school or prep school. Even fewer athletes are driven-and lucky-enough to be able to turn their passions into careers.

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  • Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

    A date with destiny, or with Annie Nemeth

    Dame Judy Dench, Angela Lansbury, and Annie Nemeth. What do these three ladies have in common? Besides being the objects of my affection, they are undeniably the most accomplished females in the world. For the last article of my college career, I asked to sit down with Dench and Lansbury.

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  • Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

    Incoming: A freshman class with a lot of talent

    Men’s Basketball Signs Second Recruit The Providence College Men’s Basketball Team announced the signing of Marshon Brooks to a letter-of-intent on Saturday. Brooks, a 6’5″ guard, hails from Tucker High School in Georgia, where he averaged 18.9 points and led his school to the state title in class 4A.

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  • Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

    Friars, Bears split

    This time it wasn’t the rain, but the losses that poured down on the Friars, as the Providence College Women’s Softball Team lost five of its last six, washing away all post-season hopes. “This is team knows what they need to do to prepare for games, whether it’s home or away, if we stick to our game plan and don’t view it as being in someone else’s place, we are successful.

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  • Uncategorized | May.03, 2007

    PCI

    Do you think that trading a fourth round draft pick for Randy Moss will turn out to be a positive move for the New England Patriots? -Brian Calnan ’07 Before Patriot fans gush too much about getting Randy Moss, they should remember that Coach Bill Belichick is a hard-nose, no-nonsense kind of guy and Moss, putting it nicely, is no “golden boy,” which is exactly why the Moss trade will not work for New England.

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