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Long Way Home

  • Arts & Entertainment | Jan.31, 2013

    Long Way Home

      I’m taking the long way home. Letting tonight bleed into tomorrow, Driving aimlessly, Watching wistfully As my tired eyes register streetlights and car lights And city lights

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Jan.31, 2013

    Adios America, Hello Argentina!

      Seven months ago, I first sat down to begin my study abroad application. I knew which country I wanted to go to, which program I wanted to go through, and I was so excited to have finally convinced my parents to let me go that I couldn’t wait to submit the application. Now, seven months and an acceptance letter later, it still doesn’t feel real that I’m at the end of what seemed like a never-ending process to spend this semester abroad. Between obtaining permission from Providence College, asking professors for recommendation letters, writing essays for my program, and filling out financial aid forms, it’s safe to say the application process is not necessarily easy or direct. Even the elation of finally getting accepted is soon stifled when the program emails lists upon lists of pre-departure reading and assignments, items to pack, recommended immunizations, and yes, more forms.

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  • News | Jan.31, 2013

    Athleticism and Academics

    When it comes to student-athletes these days the title “student” is often seen as

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  • Sports | Jan.31, 2013

    Just Send the Pros Bowling

      Giving a friend breakup advice is tough to do. There really is never an easy way around it, so I have always been a supporter of the “just say it really quickly, and hopefully you do not get slapped after you finish” routine. So, NFL, I am going to be blunt about this: you have got to break up with that disgusting excuse for a game you call the Pro Bowl.

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  • News | Jan.31, 2013

    Pentagon Lifts Ban on Women in Combat; Students Talk Back

      On Thursday, January 24, Defense Secretary Leon

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  • News | Jan.31, 2013

    Clinton Testifies About Benghazi Attack

      Secretary of State Hillary

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  • News | Jan.31, 2013

    Israel Votes to Elect Prime Minister

      As the election in Israel comes to a close, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s party obtained the majority of votes, but the battle continues.

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  • News | Jan.31, 2013

    Business in the World

      On Wednesday, January 23, in his address to the public, British Prime Minister David Cameron said he would modify the UK’s relationship with the EU if reelected in 2015.

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  • News | Jan.31, 2013

    Henry’14 Reflects on Experience in Ghana

      This semester, I was blessed to have participated in a pilgrimage to Ghana with the Office of Black Ministry of the Archdiocese of New York.

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  • News | Jan.31, 2013

    French Forces Take Lead in Mali Conflict

      France had been pushing for a resolution to the conflict in Mali that did not involve French troops on the ground. That changed in a few hours. Now, the BBC reports, France is spearheading the fight to reclaim the northern half of Mali from rebels who

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