August 8, 2020

Posts from "News"

  • News | Sep.29, 2010

    You Can Never Really Dance Alone

    Fiction by Conor Leary

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  • News | Sep.29, 2010

    Kidney Stones

    Poem by Tom Nailor

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  • News | Sep.29, 2010

    Renewed Flight

    Blake Bergeron ’11 / Portfolio Staff My brother slept loosely on the couch, thin arms slack like threads draped alongside his body, mouth just open as if to roll a warm vowel into the emptiness of the room.

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  • News | Sep.29, 2010

    What Makes A Lifeguard Blow His Whistle

    Essay by Tom Nailor

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  • News | Sep.29, 2010

    The Effects of Heat on The Human Mind

    Fiction by Dara Plath

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  • News | Sep.23, 2010

    PC in D.C.

    My name is Valerie Ferdon. This fall, I have relinquished my duties as news editor of The Cowl in order to study in DC, as a part of the Washington Semester Program at American University. This could be considered a study abroad for political science majors, an opportunity to be thrown headfirst into a new culture (and trust me, DC is a culture of its own) and partake in a highly focused program of study.

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  • News | Sep.23, 2010

    Veteran Revisits Battle of the Bulge

    Nearly 66 years ago, 85-year-old veteran George Fisher faced 500 Germans in what came to be known as the Battle of the Bulge. Fisher was a student at Providence College and a member of the school’s Army Specialized Training Program (ASTP) in the years leading up to World War II.

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  • News | Sep.23, 2010

    Ron Tippe, Professor and Producer

    Fine Arts requirements can make a difference. It did for Ron Tippe, adjunct professor of Fundamentals of Screenwriting and animation producer for the 1996 Warner Bros. production, Space Jam.

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  • News | Sep.23, 2010

    Congress Votes on Club Allocations

    The 61st Student Congress met for their weekly meeting on Sept. 21, 2010 to continue the discussion on Board of Programmers’ (BOP) request for constitutional changes and other “old business.”

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  • News | Sep.23, 2010

    LDRSHIP Taught By Patriot Battalion

    Waking up at 4:30 a.m. on a Sunday morning is foreign to most Providence College students. For members of the Patriot Battalion here at Providence College, it is something that they must do yearly in the fall. Last Sunday, members of ROTC took a trip to Camp Fogarty in East Greenwich, R.I., for Patriot Indoctrination Training. There they trained freshman and sophomore members in LDRSHIP, an acronym for the seven army values (loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, and personal courage).

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