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  • Opinion | Jan.28, 2010

    Juiced Jerks, but Genuine?

    Last Thursday, viewers across the country tuned in to the season finale of the show that everyone’s fist-pumping about. Two questions burned within us: What went down between Snooki and Mike in the hot tub, and what will become of Ronnie and Sammi’s flourishing romance?

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  • Sports | Jan.28, 2010

    A Rhode Islander Reacts: PC-URI Rivalry Safe for Now

    It was a real shocker to me, a Rhode Island kid through-and-through, when I heard the rumors during finals last semester that the Friars-Rams basketball rivalry was in jeopardy, due to PC’s reluctance to return to the Ryan Center.

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  • News | Jan.28, 2010

    The Merchant Vessel of Jupiter V

    Fiction by Bobby Bretz ’10

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  • Opinion | Jan.28, 2010

    Haiti Putting American Woes In Perspective

    If you have been paying attention to politics recently you probably know that if you want everybody in America to have health insurance, you are a pink-o, death-panel loving socialist. If you do not you are a red-necked, uneducated, Glenn Beck-loving villain. In this political age where even the smallest difference of opinion causes a wave of media blitz with talking heads trying to tear the faces off their rhetorical opponent, it is unlikely that there is anything that could bring about unity among Americans.

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  • News | Jan.28, 2010

    PC Students Offer Prayers for Haiti

    Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P., President of Providence College, designated Tuesday, Jan. 26, as a campus-wide day of prayer for Haiti.

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  • Opinion | Jan.28, 2010

    Studio Insider: A Behind-The-Scenes Take on Good Tunes

    So you’re driving in your car and you turn on the radio (do people still use radios?) and you hear a brand new song. It’s pretty catchy, so you look the artist up and buy the CD, or maybe purchase the single on iTunes. You listen to it on repeat, burn it on mix CDs, share it with your friends…but have you ever wondered what goes into making that great sounding single that you love so much?

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  • Sports | Jan.28, 2010

    Faith Restored to Friartown

    One game Friar fans left the Dunkin’ Donuts Center cursing out players and coaches and the next they stormed the court in jubilant celebration. That’s life in the Big East. It’s an emotional roller coaster of ups and downs, highlight dunks and forgettable turnovers— and in Providence’s case the highest of highs and the lowest of lows took place over the course of just five days. After

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.28, 2010

    Jack’s Back In Action

    Having prevented seven (sometimes nuclear) disasters already, Jack really does deserve a peaceful retirement. But what will the United States government do without him at the helm of their security team? They would crumble—and Jack knows it. That is how he got roped into this new mess, also known as the currently thickening plot of 24’s newest season.

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.28, 2010

    Savoir Adore

    With so many instant synthetic hit makers like Lady Gaga exploding onto the music scene, we tend to forget that there are still a lot of bands doing it the old fashioned way – touring in the trenches of college clubs and seedy pubs—where did you think they found The Beatles, or The Stones, or anyone else worth listening to? This isn’t to say the next band you see will yield a life changing historical experience, but simply to remind you that the radio, MTV, VH1 and YouTube aren’t the be all and end all of music consumption.

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  • Uncategorized | Jan.28, 2010

    No Reservations

    Jorge Lucas ’12 / A&E Staff Culinary television has become a monster. What began as a desire to explore the world, experiment with food, and exchange cultural traditions hardly resembles today’s circus of fake smiles and cheap gimmicks called the…

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