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They Say a Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words

  • Portfolio | Nov.21, 2013

    They Say a Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words

    by Kiernan Dunlop ’14 Portfolio Staff The picture of her mother was, is, and always will be beautiful to Lola. It does not matter that after 13 years the corners have rubbed away to paper, or that the color, once…

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  • Portfolio | Nov.21, 2013

    Laser Tag

    by Amanda Brown ’14 Portfolio Staff I smell oil. I’m at the recharging station. Plug in my gun. Have my gear on—black vest, black suit. People running Running through a blackness; Pupils dilate But cannot penetrate. People hiding Hiding from…

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  • Portfolio | Nov.21, 2013

    Travel Plans

    by Melanie Souchet ’14 Portfolio Staff Usually I’m afraid of heights. I’m not sure what makes plane travel the exception. Maybe it’s the fact that I’m enclosed, sitting down, seat belt buckled, not really moving around or being forced to…

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  • News | Nov.21, 2013

    The Leaders of PC Campus Ministry

    by Ray Oliverio ’15 News Staff Providence College’s Campus Ministry, headed by Fr. James Cuddy, O.P. ’98, began in the mid-1900s as a way to bring the Catholic faith and the message of Jesus Christ to the student body on…

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  • News | Nov.21, 2013

    Student Group Organizes “No Kid Hungy” Walk to Help Solve Childhood Hunger

    by Kathleen Sullivan ’14 News Editor Music was blasting on Providence College’s new track facility early Sunday afternoon, November 17, and groups of students were participating in a 3k walk to help raise money and alleviate the problem of hunger…

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  • News | Nov.21, 2013

    Congress Updates: November 21, 2013

    by Kathleen Sullivan ’14 News Editor Bobby Arruda ’15 discussed the possible options for the calendar change. He explained that both options start after Labor Day, and the first scenario includes a shortened reading period for exams; the return date…

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  • News | Nov.21, 2013

    Bursting the PC Bubble: November 21, 2013

    by Ray Oliverio ’15 News Staff [divider] Project Spade Fights against Child Porn Interpol conducted a worldwide sting this past week, called Project Spade, against an international child pornography ring, arresting 348 people and rescuing 386 children. Police arrested 108…

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  • News | Nov.21, 2013

    EPIX CEO Mark Greenberg Visits PC

    by Elizabeth Nako ’15 News Staff On Wednesday afternoon, November 13, a special lecture was featured in ’64 Hall titled, “A Conversation with EPIX CEO Mark Greenberg.” Greenberg ’78 is a PC alum and also president and CEO of the…

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  • Sports | Nov.21, 2013

    Club Hockey Tearing Up the Ice

    by Patrick Shea ’14 Sports Staff One of the newer clubs to Providence College is the Providence College Men’s Hockey Club. They compete in the American Collegiate Hockey Association, which is a Division II hockey conference. In only its second full…

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  • News | Nov.21, 2013

    Water Damage in Davis Following Grease Fire

    by Kathleen McGinty ’16 Asst. News Editor A cooking grease fire broke out in a sixth-floor Davis Hall apartment during the late afternoon this past Sunday, November 17. While the fire originated in room 601, damages have been reported in…

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