March 23, 2019

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  • News | Feb.10, 2010

    Sleeping Well From Here On Out

    It is a strange thing to wander into a hospital room with no expectations.Not that you’re apathetic about the whole affair. You just don’t know what to expect. Who knows what sickness—terrible, unshakeable sickness—looks like on the face of someone you love? Then too, you will yourself not to expect anything—a hesitation born from fear of disappointment. Because when you’ve come to say goodbye, it’s disappointment you can bear the least.

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  • News | Feb.10, 2010

    Poems by GOOGLE

    Poetry by Kaly Thayer ’10

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  • News | Feb.10, 2010

    All the Shades of Grey

    Daniel James ’11/Portfolio Staff She used to beg him to inject a little happiness into his voice.Even though he tried to bury the truth with false optimism, she would always catch him. Back when it was summer and they’d drive…

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  • News | Feb.10, 2010

    United States Dissatisfied with Chinese Currency

    Chinese officials said on Thursday, Feb. 4, that they will not revalue their currency despite pressure from United States President Barack Obama. Obama said China has kept their currency at an artificially low level to give China an unfair advantage in selling its exports.

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  • News | Feb.10, 2010

    Staff Picks of the Week

    Conor Leary ’11 and Tom Nailor ’12 evaluate two works of literature

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  • News | Feb.04, 2010

    Johnson Comes to PC after Four Years at Augustana

    Jeffrey A. Johnson, Ph.D., has been fascinated “with presidents, wars and random facts” since childhood. It was this fascination and infatuation that brought him to the Department of History here at Providence College.

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  • News | Feb.04, 2010

    Study Abroad Policy Changes Are a Good First Step

    Cowl Editors commend study abroad policy chances regarding tuition and financial aid.

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  • News | Feb.04, 2010

    Bill Gates Donates $10 Billion

    According to MSNBC, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has announced that it will donate $10 billion over the next decade in order to research new vaccines and bring them to the world’s poorest countries. Gates reports to MSNBC that he remains undiscouraged that the needs of the poor are greater by the fact the aid which is available to them.

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  • News | Feb.04, 2010

    Haiti Effort at PC Remains in Forefront

    Nearly one month of school has passed since the devastating earthquake took the lives of thousands in Haiti. Project Haiti raised an estimated $4,000 in the past month, but the group hopes collaborative initiatives will increase the amount of donations to their goal of $10,000.

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  • News | Feb.04, 2010

    Yemen Fighting Terrorism

    Since the failed Yemeni terrorist attacks on Dec. 25, 2009, Yemen continues to remain in the political spotlight. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown organized a Yemen conference for Jan. 27,. 2010, in London.

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