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Which Sport Has the Best Playoff System

  • Sports | Mar.27, 2014

    Which Sport Has the Best Playoff System

    NFL The BEST sports playoff system of all time has to be the National Football League’s. Sure, March Madness is exciting, but there are always issues with the seeding. More often than not, March Madness fans know that their team…

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  • Sports | Mar.27, 2014

    Men’s Hockey to Open at NCAAs

    by DJ Anderson ’16 Sports Editor On Wednesday, March 26, 2014, it was announced that the Providence College Men’s Hockey Team will be competing in the 2014 NCAA Men’s Hockey Tournament. Coach Nate Leaman’s team was one of only 16…

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  • Sports | Mar.27, 2014

    Racquetball Medals at Nationals

    by James Kirby ’15 Sports Staff While PC’s Division I programs get the bulk of publicity, unbeknownst to most is our racquetball club team. The Providence College Racquetball club team traveled to North Carolina State University over spring break to…

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  • Sports | Mar.27, 2014

    Editor’s Corner: Baseball is Back

    by Sean Bailey ’14 Sports Edito I know this is hard to believe, but spring is actually coming. This is even harder to believe when I look outside and the wind is howling, with snow swirling about. But spring is…

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  • Sports | Mar.27, 2014

    Dear Friar Men’s Basketball 2013-2014

    Fans are sometimes overly romantic about sports. We always try to make a team seem like something larger than itself. When all is said and done, though, it is just a game. A game that one team has to lose.…

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  • Portfolio | Mar.27, 2014

    Paradise Is Where I Am, Part 4: Infelix Finis

    by Jose Martinez ’16 Portfolio Staff I stand there indifferent to the bitter cold, more taken aback by what I just heard and from who said it. Ajl, who has been a close friend for as long as I can…

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  • Portfolio | Mar.27, 2014

    Two writers, one line: “At first nothing, and then”

    by Branan Durbin ’16 Portfolio Staff At first, nothing and then a flicker, something, maybe… Clearly: It was in your simple sideways smile. As time ticked, and cold air seeped surrounding us, it grew and grew… at first, nothing, deep…

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  • Portfolio | Mar.27, 2014

    Subjective Experiences: Beauty

    by Melanie Souchet ’14 Portfolio Staff When my creators began the process of writing my emotional coding, they knew it would be an imprecise science. As long as any emotion or concept had a direct causation (positive events=happiness, negative events=sadness…

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  • Portfolio | Mar.27, 2014

    Item no. 9827-01

    by Ariana Pasquantonio ’16 Portfolio Staff If you looked out to the beach in the morning you’d find me right where you left me, cradling baby man-o-wars, those misshapen bubbles, in sand to drop back into the water (even when…

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  • Portfolio | Mar.27, 2014

    “There is chaos in the streets! The situation is excellent.”

    by Austin Harney ’17 Portfolio Staff It has been nearly six months since the bombing. Nothing was the same for my father and me since then. The government has been frantic to suppress any further violence and any form of…

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