July 24, 2017

Friars Fall to Connecticut in Overtime Contest

  • Uncategorized | Sep.25, 2008

    Friars Fall to Connecticut in Overtime Contest

    Ranking meana a lot in sports and when you face the number four team in the country you know that it will be no easy contest. Although the Providence College Field Hockey Team fell to No. 4 Connecticut in overtime on Friday, Sept. 19, the Friars more than held their own.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.25, 2008

    Irish Dance Awarded Club Status

    Despite its popularity, Irish dancing is not offered or recognized at many colleges and universities. But thanks to the enthusiasm and determination of several students, an Irish Dance Club now exists in full force at Providence College. Originally this organization was formed as part of a committee within the College’s Gaelic Society.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.25, 2008

    Students and Faculty Observe Constitution Day

    Is the Constitution really an immortal document? Or are necessary changes needed to ensure democracy in the lives of all Americans? A panel that met this week asserted the validity of the latter through a discussion that took place on Constitution Day 2008.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.25, 2008

    In Training: Thoughts on Marathon Preparation

    At first, I thought the tingling indicated I was over-hydrated and needed to find a bush-quickly. But once all 15,000-plus runners in the Philadelphia Distance Run left behind the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (made famous by Rocky), and headed down the flag-draped Benjamin Franklin Parkway towards Philadelphia City Hall, I realized I was simply excited.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.25, 2008

    Friars Update

    Volleyball Team Earns Win in Friar Tourney, Defeats Manhattan The Providence College Women’s Volleyball Team earned a .500 record last week after winning one match and dropping two in the annual Friar Tournament on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 19-20. They followed up with a win over Manhattan College with a score of 3-1 on Wednesday, Sept.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.25, 2008

    Featured Teacher: Stretter Brings Medieval Knowledge

    Robert P. Stretter, Ph.D. has made a trip to join the faculty at Providence College. Stretter taught at Yeshiva College in New York before coming to PC. He has also taught at several other universities including Pacific Union College in northern California and at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.25, 2008

    Cross Country Prepares for South Bend

    Head Coach Ray Treacy is all about opportunities. With a bigger roster on board this year, Treacy is aiming to give all runners an opportunity to compete at various races throughout the 2008 Cross Country season. “This way everybody gets a chance to race,” said Treacy, “and an opportunity to make the Big East team.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.25, 2008

    Here’s to Your Health: Fighting Addictions

    In honor of September being National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month, I ask you: How many times have you rolled your eyes, sighed in frustration, or blatantly disregarded the rhetorical parental inquiry “if so-and-so jumped off a bridge, would you?” I mean, please, if you’re mature enough to attend college, you certainly know not to partake in hazardous activities just to keep up with the crowd, right? Right.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.25, 2008

    PCI

    Some baseball “purists” would have you believe that the newly instituted instant replay somehow taints the purity of the game. This is utter nonsense. Thus far, instant replay has only been used three times since it was introduced on Aug. 28, and resulted in one reversal.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.25, 2008

    Friars’ Unbeaten Streak Snapped

    It took eight games for it to be proven, but the Providence College Men’s Soccer Team is now known to be mortal. The Friars were beaten Sunday, Sept. 21, by the Louisville Cardinals 1-0 in an intense game that was highly contested even as the clock ran out.

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