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Lecture Gives Students Valuable Advice for Succeeding in DWC

  • Uncategorized | Feb.21, 2008

    Lecture Gives Students Valuable Advice for Succeeding in DWC

    Development of Western Civilization is one of Providence College’s most demanding courses. All undergraduate freshmen and sophomores are required to take four semesters of the course, which meets five days a week. A lecture was held Tuesday, Feb. 12, in Phillips Memorial Library e-classroom 333 providing students with tips for success in DWC.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.21, 2008

    Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull

    In case you, forgot who Indiana Jones is (What? Well, its been a while), the trailer for Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, the fourth installment of the storied franchise is out in all its bull-whipping, cave-hopping glory. The two-minute-long eye tease begins by spending half its time recapping for you the first three films (although it might have been more effective if they replaced the bit about Temple of Doom with a giant middle finger, ’cause that’s what that movie was).

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.21, 2008

    Clemens Should Be Ready to Take the Hit

    If there is one person I would love to see fall in the steroids scandal poisoning Major League Baseball, it’s Roger Clemens. I know, coming from a diehard Red Sox fan, this might seem like a personal grudge I want to see avenged, but it’s not. Well, not totally.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.21, 2008

    Friars Pull Off Big Win Against No. 22 Syracuse

    As the Providence College Women’s Basketball Team gathered in the locker room before its game against No. 22 Syracuse on Tuesday, Feb. 19, the players listened to Head Coach Phil Seymore address the matter that has been hurting them the most this season. “In our pre-game I said, ‘finish the game, finish the game all the way through,” said Seymore.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.21, 2008

    Local News for the State of R.I.

    More Porridge, Please The state-wide program that allows breakfast to be served in schools is facing funding reductions. A proposal would cut the state’s $600,000 annual contribution to the $6 million federally funded program. According to The Providence Journal, the state’s money makes up 11 to 13 percent of the overall breakfast budget.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.21, 2008

    Sports Boss Talks NBA Western Trades

    Shaq Diesel promises a Suns title? Jason Kidd returns to Dallas? Pau Gasol might bring back the Showtime Lakers? While the East may have the best team in the league, Boston, there is no question as to which conference is the deepest. The midseason trades pulled by playoff hopefuls trying to gain a last chance leg up on each other will spice up the Western Conference over the next couple of months.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.21, 2008

    Friars Earn First Win of ’08 in Upset of Georgia

    The Providence College Softball Team opened its 2008 preseason campaign this weekend traveling to Miami, Fla., for the Schutt Sports Invitational. With the taste of a disappointing 2007 season still in their mouths and driving them on, the Friars posted an unsatisfying but hard-fought 1-4 record over the weekend.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.21, 2008

    Clemens Should Own Up to Drugs

    At the beginning of the school year I applied for The Cowl by submitting a sample piece. The piece was about a man. One single man whose legacy and reputation exceeded fame. A man who, in my opinion, had done more for his profession than anyone in his situation had before him.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.21, 2008

    Special Olympics of Rhode Island Come to Peterson

    Their season began more than a month ago, but the hard work, training, and dedication finally paid off on Saturday, Feb. 16. When Special Olympics of Rhode Island, in cooperation with Campus Ministry, sponsored the Traditional Basketball Tournament in the Peterson Recreation Center.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.21, 2008

    News Briefs

    Nixon’s Historic Trip to China Remembered Through Display at Library Most students may be too young to remember former President Richard M. Nixon’s 1972 trip to China. But for those who are interested in learning more about this historic event and the role that a Providence College graduate played in it, the Phillips Memorial Library will be hosting a visual display of several documents, photographs, and souvenirs from this trip in a display entitled The Week That Changed the World.

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