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Fashion Designers Give Back

  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.27, 2014

    Fashion Designers Give Back

    by Christina D’Adamio ’16 A&E Staff Fashion designers are known for their name-brand designs and runway collections. However, some designers are not just passionate about fashion, but they also love giving. Designers are volunteering and participating in meaningful philanthropic services.…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.27, 2014

    Why I’m Still Watching: Grey’s Anatomy

    by Marisa Urgo ’14 A&E Staff If Meredith Grey, the main character of Grey’s Anatomy, were a real person, she would likely have gone insane by now. Grey’s has been on for 10 seasons, and since its 2005 premiere, Meredith…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.27, 2014

    Editor vs. Editor: Favorite Spring Break Destination

    Tim Morris Favorite Destination: Providence, R.I. His Views: Very soon, the studious undergraduates of Providence College will toss their books aside, print out their tickets, and board flights to various parts of the world. If their experiences are anything like…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.27, 2014

    A Cappella Alumni Concert and Invitational

    by Haley Grant ’17 A&E Staff On Saturday, February 15, Providence College hosted its annual A Cappella Alumni Concert. This event is looked forward to by the many audience members who filled up every seat in Smith to watch Providence…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.27, 2014

    Friar Fashion: 10 Must-Haves

    by Isabella Goldstein ’17 A&E Staff Friar Fashion here, your on-campus source for all of the new and exciting trends that can easily be incorporated into a college wardrobe. With a seemingly never-ending winter, we cannot escape our beloved riding…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.27, 2014

    Finding Art on the Streets of Kiev

    by Frank Flanagan ’15 A&E Staff Last week after a seeming lull in the anti-government protest that has ensued in Kiev since November of 2013, violence broke out, leaving upwards of 100 people dead in a clash between protestors and…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.27, 2014

    William Fitzsimmons Strikes a Chord

    by Katie Puzycki ’17 A&E Staff On Feb. 18, singer/songwriter William Fitzsimmons released his fourth studio album Lions following his last release in 2011. The album, produced by Death Cab for Cutie’s Chris Walla, is a masterfully built record that…

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  • Portfolio | Feb.27, 2014

    Tiffany & Earl: Forgetful

    Dear Tiffany and Earl, I’m a forgetful person, and that’s led to a serious problem lately. Every time I’ve gone out the past few weeks I’ve lost something, be it my phone, my ID, or my jacket. What can I…

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  • Sports | Feb.27, 2014

    Which Team Will be Upset Come March?

    Wichita State NCAA March Madness is, for many, the most exciting time of the year, as buzzer beaters, upsets, and bracket busters grip the college basketball world. So in looking at this year’s tournament field, which high-ranking team will likely…

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  • Sports | Feb.27, 2014

    In the News

    Golden Girl: PC had a Winter Olympian capture gold in Sochi. Genevieve Lacasse ’12 was a goaltender for the Canadian National Team, who beat the United States in the Gold Medal game 3-2. Lacasse becomes the eighth Friar to win…

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