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2010 Legislation Awaiting Approval from Administration

  • Uncategorized | Feb.27, 2009

    2010 Legislation Awaiting Approval from Administration

    In reaction to the sudden and drastic changes made to the alcohol policy in the Student Handbook without student input this past fall, Student Congress 2010 members drafted legislation to instigate a solidified Process on Policy and Procedure at Providence College.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.27, 2009

    U.S. Boosts Afghanistan Troop Presence

    by Ryan McKeon ’09 World Staff This week President Obama has committed 17,000 new troops to the war in Afghanistan. The new deployments set for May of this year will mark a 50 percent increase in the American presence in Afghanistan. Obama began his statement on Tuesday, Feb.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.27, 2009

    Vatican: Sexes Sin in Different Ways

    According to a recent Vatican study, there is a difference between the most common sins of men and women. While there are already many differences between men and women, this dissimilarity has been just discovered. The most common sin for women is pride, while for men it is lust, followed by the desire for food.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.27, 2009

    Eat Great, Even Late. . .Or Not

    I’m hungry. Perhaps this is going to influence the way this article goes, or maybe it won’t. I don’t have any food to eat, but I do have a bone to pick…with the Alumni Hall food court, often referred to as “Slavin” by the student body because of its location in the student center.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.27, 2009

    Policies are No Good Without 24/7 Space

    First it was the alcohol policy; a new ban on hard alcohol and a limit of beers allowed was introduced on campus in late August. This ridiculous policy effectively maintained the status quo for underage drinkers while changing the rules for only 21-year-old juniors and seniors.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.27, 2009

    A Few Choice Words for A-Rod

    When you’re one of the world’s richest and most famous celebrity sports stars, why do you do things that make you seem so darn stupid? You all know whom I’m talking about-that’s right, Madonna. No, wait, her boyfriend, the third baseman there for the Yankee.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.27, 2009

    Blink 182’s Glory Days Are Over

    There is a select list of things that I believe to be universally adored by almost everyone in the general college student age group. Atop this list are two perished loves that have rendered a miniscule amount of non-fans, so much so that I am yet to come across anyone close to me in age who dislikes both of them.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.27, 2009

    Hard Economic Times at PC: Economy Could Put Building Plans on Hold

    The declining economy has affected almost every aspect of Providence College, from the students to the PC Fund to admissions. In the case of Capital Planning, however, the members see no need to halt the process of formulating ideas for future advancement.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.27, 2009

    EXPLORE Program Brings High Schoolers to PC

    Since last March, a team of Providence College faculty, students, and volunteers have been working to establish an early college readiness program for high school students from urban areas. The program, called EXPLORE, is being co-sponsored by the Feinstein Institute.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.27, 2009

    The 99 Cent Song: The Day the Music Died

    The rapid universality of technology has its firm grip on the music industry. Back in the day when “Pretty Fly For A White Guy” was a number one hit and “MMMBop” was a staple at middle school dances, one would have to (God forbid) purchase an entire album in order to listen to one’s favorite song.

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