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Black Pack Brings Home a Win

  • Sports | Sep.27, 2012

    Black Pack Brings Home a Win

      This past Saturday, September 22, the Providence College Men’s Rugby Club had a match against the Purple Knights of St. Michael’s College. The game was completely dominated by the Black Pack from the first kick off. The defense of the Black Pack had an outstanding game; they were able to stonewall the Purple Knights’ offense and did not allow a single score for the full 80 minutes.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.27, 2012

    Music And Lyrics…

      Wake up Put on my clothes See you Lying in my bed With the clock, Your chest rises and falls. And when I’m leaving, You won’t hear me at all.

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  • Sports | Sep.27, 2012

    In The Spotlight

    Men’s Soccer: Soccer’s struggles continued this week, as the Friars dropped a tough match against nationally ranked Marquette. The team will look to regroup on the road, with a match set against Columbia for Saturday.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.27, 2012

    In the News

      Packers Not the Only Ones to Lose: The replacement referees have caused enough pain for fans and players. They are also responsible for gamblers losing more than $200 million this weekend. The highest lost ever? It could possibly be; and who is to blame? The replacement refs. It is not only the players, coaches, and fans hoping that the referee conflict is resolved: it has now extended to the gamblers.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.27, 2012

    Tangents & Tirades

    Keep The Faith   Have you ever tried to recall memories from before your birth? Or wondered the possible life forms your spirit may have possessed prior to your current life? Some people claim that they remember their past lives as different people throughout history. While humans are unable to recollect memories derived from life before birth, this leads me to believe that life after death will attribute to the reincarnation among transcending spirits from one physical body into another physical form of life. Furthermore, I believe that our spirits do not grant individuals the ability to associate the different life forms we acquire. While our physical bodies are not able to last infinitely, I do proudly have faith that our spirits remain fervent and strong. -Christina Moazed ’15

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.27, 2012

    Corr Values

    I’ll be honest-I was absolutely ecstatic when my editors told me that someone had written in with a counter-argument against my latest “Corr Values” article. Let’s just say I’m not one to cause controversy. And when I read Stelliana Chalkadakis’ Guest Commentary in last week’s Cowl, I felt appreciative of her approach-very clean, fact-driven, and respectful. But there are still a few things I would like to address, in hope that you can decide which of us provides the better argument for how to approach sex.

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  • News | Sep.27, 2012

    Who Was Fr. T. S. McDermott, O.P.?

      McDermott Hall is home to five floors of Providence College’s male underclassmen. As one of the three buildings that surround the Aquinas Quad on the upper (West) campus, McDermott is in a convenient location. It is in close proximity to Raymond Hall, Phillips Memorial Library, Albertus Magnus Hall, Harkins Hall, and the Slavin Center. McDermott residents get the best of both worlds as they experience the life of single-sex living, as well as being directly across the underclassmen females living in Meagher Hall.

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  • Sports | Sep.27, 2012

    Repeat After Me:

    Repeat after me: Bring ’em back. Just check the Twitter-sphere to figure out what I am talking about. The NFL refs need to come back, as simple as that. This past weekend of games is proof enough of that.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.20, 2012

    Pipes Leak, Damage Phone Lines

    During the first week of the semester, the construction on lower campus appeared seemingly overnight. This construction has been taking place outside of Davis Hall for the past week with little explanation to the students as to what was happening. It has seriously impeded students looking to walk into Davis Hall from upper campus.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.20, 2012

    Locked Out of the Season

      On September 16, 2012, the National Hockey League locked out its players for the third time since 1994, which likely will delay the start of the 2012-2013 NHL season, due to start on Oct. 11. The September pre-season games have already been canceled. The lockout was a result of the expiration of the National Hockey League Players Association (NHLPA) collective bargaining agreement (CBA). The league also locked out its players in 2004, which resulted in the cancellation of the entire 2004-2005 season. That year was the first time an entire professional sports season had been canceled due to a labor dispute.

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