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  • Uncategorized | Nov.15, 2012

    We Are America

      We are the soldiers, The men who were never asked, the men who never told, The men whose blood-stained lips

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.15, 2012

    Taste of the Town

    Federal Hill was not made for the indecisive eater. Once you decide what you want among the carbs of choice, pizza, pasta, or just dessert-you are faced with an onslaught of decisions. Authentic Italian or modern? Tried and true or up and coming? Cheap or not so cheap? I was recently lucky enough to find a restaurant that meets almost all of these requirements, a true compliment coming from a carb lover like myself.

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    STREET SPOTLIGHT

    For the past few years on my way to Thayer Street, a corner

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    WHY Am I STILL WATCHING…………?

    Every September, it is always interesting to see the new shows the ABC network has to offer. ABC’s fall lineup is known to be overly advertised in an attempt to recreate another television sensation like Modern Family, and with hopes of beating out big rival NBC in ratings.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.15, 2012

    Disney gets LucasFilm

    At the end of October, Earth was shaken by news about a galaxy far, far away: one of the largest entertainment corporations in the universe bought one of the most-loved movie franchises of all time. Translation? The Walt Disney Company bought

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.15, 2012

    BE THANKFUL…

      Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets-November 15, 2002 Were you caught up in the international phenomenon that rose out of the movies about a young wizard named Harry? If you were, can you believe that it has been 10 years since the release of the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets? In the film, Harry and friends return to Hogwarts for their second year of instruction and adventures, and a mishap with a magically modified car is only the beginning. Harry learns he can speak

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.15, 2012

    Students Get a Little “Racy” During Election

    First of all, thank you, reader, for attempting to read this despite the fact that you’ve probably had just about enough politics to last until the next presidential race. Be assured that I’m writing to The Cowl this week as a guest commentator to talk about a problem that is not exclusively political. Too frequently, the Providence College community is reminded that our student body is not as united as we could be if we all chose to uphold the “deepest respect for the essential dignity, freedom, and equality of every person” that the College calls for in our current mission statement.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.15, 2012

    Headlights

      I remember sitting in that little

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    Editor vs. Editor

      Sarah O’Brien Her Choice: Apple Pie Her Views: Ode to apple pie: You are the apple of my eye. I can barely stomach my love for you. Your gooey, warm goodness fills my cold soul. It’s almost impossible to swallow how perfect you are-that kind of perfection should not be allowed. I’m trying to digest just how you can be so good. Every time a person bites into a slice, an angel gets its wings. Apple pie, without you I would die. Well, probably not. But I’d be significantly less thankful on Turkey Day. Sarah, you have been served.

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  • Uncategorized | Nov.15, 2012

    Tiffany & Earl

      Dear Tiffany and Earl, I’m an aspiring French major, despite my superior language skills, I’m horrific at another aspect of French culture: kissing. What should I do? My pillow can only handle so much smooching!

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