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  • Sports | Feb.29, 2012

    The Dope Sheet

    Back at It. Three former Lady Friars were selected to join the Women’s East Hockey 10th Anniversary team. This honor was extended to 12 athletes who distinguished themselves during the league’s first decade. The Providence College Women’s Hockey Team is represented by defenseman Kelli Halcisak ’04, forward Karen Thatcher ’06, and forward Rush Zimmerman ’05. These Lady Friars are amongst the most decorated in Friar history, as they were not only part of all three Friar Hockey East Tournament championships, but they also earned Hockey East awards during their tenure. Good job, ladies!

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  • News | Feb.29, 2012

    Mask We Paint

    The face is but a mask we paint,

    It never tells tales true.

    And behind each eye, a story kept,

    Never meant for public view.

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  • News | Feb.29, 2012

    Alpha And Omega

    A child is born now

    He learns to crawl; then he walks

    I suppose that’s life.

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  • Sports | Feb.29, 2012

    Club Hockey Continues to Dominate Its Competition

    The inaugural season of the first-ever Providence College Men’s Club Hockey Team is nearing an end, as the team currently holds a winning record of 6-2. The two losses came early in the season at the hands of Boston University.

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  • Sports | Feb.29, 2012

    Friars Struggle at Home

    The Providence College Men’s Ice Hockey Team struggled this weekend with back-to-back losses to Boston College: a 3-0 loss on Friday and a 7-0 loss on Saturday. These mark two devastating defeats for the Friars, because the losses move them down one spot in the Hockey East standings.

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  • Sports | Feb.29, 2012

    The Power of Sports

    All it took was 20 men. Not even men really, but boys. 20 boys to lead the United States to one of the greatest and most palpable sport victories in the history of the United States. The U.S. Men’s Hockey Team defeated the U.S.S.R. 32 years ago. Thirty-two years is longer than the students on the Providence College campus have been alive, but almost everyone knows the story of “Miracle” and the 1980 Olympics.

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  • News | Feb.29, 2012

    The Mysterious Disappearance of The Turners: Part 5

    “Did your parents ever tell you why you were going into the city that day?” Daniel asked as they began walking through the sewer.

    “They said they needed to meet with someone, and that if I was good they would take me to my favorite candy store after they were done,” Annabelle replied.

    “Did they get to that meeting?”

    “No. At least, I don’t think so. We were on our way there when we were separated. My father tried to come back for me, but something stopped him.”

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  • News | Feb.29, 2012

    On My Desire to Eat Glass

    During one of my classes

    as we pass around platitudes like

    plates of delicacies to be

    tasted, and yet not to be known,

    I am struck by a sudden desire:

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  • Sports | Feb.29, 2012

    McCarthy, Davidson Shine at Big East Championship

    The Providence College Men’s Track Team has been incredibly busy since the last issue. The men had an impressive showing at the Big East Championship held at the Armory in New York, N.Y., from February 18-19.

    David McCarthy ’12, who had just competed at this same venue a week before in the Millrose Games, dominated the 3,000-meter event, taking first place with a time of 7:57.5. His time beats the old Big East record of 8:01.56 held by Friar legend Mark Carroll ’95.

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  • News | Feb.29, 2012

    This Is Not My Life: Part 6

    I waved my hand behind my shoulder as I turned around to walk towards the large glass doors into the school. I pulled them open and continued inside down the hallway to the same room where my first period class had been held yesterday. Just as I was about to walk in through the open classroom door, I felt someone grab my shoulder.

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