July 24, 2017

Blades of Glory

  • Uncategorized | Nov.19, 2009

    Blades of Glory

    This past Saturday, many students put on warm clothes and appetites and headed down to Schneider Arena for free skating and food. Not only was it completely free to skate, but pizza and snacks were also provided. Even people who wanted to forego JRW went on the ice.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.19, 2009

    2012: Elaborate, But Lacking

    The world is ending in three years, and director Roland Emmerich has taken the initiative to tell us how it is all going to go down. 2012 is massive in scope and even trumps Emmerich’s previous disaster flicks Independence Day, Godzilla, and The Day After Tomorrow.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.19, 2009

    The Viral Video King

    I’ve said this many times, and I will continue to say it: Tosh.0 has some of the best moments on television ever! This is the best Talk Soup wannabe on cable right now. We all love to watch YouTube videos, and we all make comments about those Internet viral videos (most not okay to be said in public), but Daniel Tosh says whatever he wants on his show.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.19, 2009

    Job Performance Not An Accurate Character Judge

    We should all be nervous. All of us are on the verge of making perhaps the biggest decision of our lives. In the next few years we are all going to have to stop pondering the infantile question of what we want to be when we grow up and actually put those wheels in motion.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.19, 2009

    The Fight for the Top:

    Traditionally, Thanksgiving has been looked upon as a holiday to appreciate the harvest and express gratitude. However, this connotation of the term “thanksgiving” has been skewed to a point of no return, and what was once a religiously oriented harvest festival is now, unforgivably, an ode to food.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.19, 2009

    God Bless You, Mr. Vonnegut

    Listen: Kurt Vonnegut has come unstuck in time and space. Kurt went into a deep sleep on April 11, 2007, in New York City. In the language of the earthling humans called “English,” he “died.” So it goes. Free from his body, he has traveled the known and unknown universe.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.19, 2009

    Cadet Awarded Gold “Glitz” in German Armed Forces Proficiency

    For Amberly Glitz ’12 of Chicago, being active and productive simply means “extra opportunities,” which she always feels honored to be a part of. Despite being one of a few girls currently in the the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps [ROTC] program, her leadership, determination, and love for her country successfully earned her Gold in the German Armed Forces Proficiency event in Washington, D.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.19, 2009

    Beer of the Week

    Brewery: Anchor Brewing Company Style: California Common / Steam Beer ABV: 4.9% Country of Origin: United States Region: California Appearance: Steam beer pours a rich amber color. The head is of a medium density and moderates quickly, leaving a slight lace on the glass.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.19, 2009

    Rent Is Back at PPAC

    Rent, one of the most influential and popular Broadway musicals in recent history, has hit Providence once again. Not only has Rent returned, but this week’s production at the Providence Performing Arts Center features the outstanding reprise performances of Anthony Rapp and Adam Pascal, members of the musical’s original Broadway cast.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.19, 2009

    AMC’s Next Big Hit

    What are we supposed to do now that the most sophisticated and well-written show on television has just completed its third season with an unexpectedly seismic finale? In its three years, Mad Men has never failed to captivate fans and, as a result, rocketed its channel, AMC, to primetime television status.

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