July 13, 2020

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  • News | Apr.22, 2010

    To Think

    Aside from the trying times,the mind can find the right rhymes to recite on cue. It’s those other times, waitingin long lines, when the brainwavebarrage commits its mental crimesand positivity’s shine is dulled by the lackluster thinker who pinesfor a little peace and a break from the grapevine.In time, perhaps it’s best to unwind, and someday learn to take what’s mine.

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  • News | Apr.22, 2010

    DEBATING ‘ROUND THE WORLD: Same Sex Hospital Visits (For)

    All people should possess the same set of civil rights and therefore should not be discriminated against based on their sex, race, religious beliefs, or sexual orientation.. Homosexual couples should have the same rights as heterosexual couples,

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  • News | Apr.22, 2010

    Germination

    It’s June, the earth is on fire,Haven’t we all had our conversation with the sun?Lifted our angry stems against the radianceOf the black dirt?

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  • News | Apr.22, 2010

    Tea Party Protesters Rally on Tax Day

    On Thursday, April 15, tax day, Tea Party activists rallied in the nation’s capital to protest the Obama administration’s excessive taxation and government spending.

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  • News | Apr.22, 2010

    DEBATING ‘ROUND THE WORLD: Same Sex Hospital Visits (Against)

    Hospitals should be careful about whom they grant visitation. Many cases involve patients being in critical condition, on the brink of life and death. Obviously, during these times, no one should be able to visit the patient. Having close friends or family members around the patient introduces strong emotion into the environment. This emotion takes away from the controlled and rational setting of a hospital.

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  • News | Apr.22, 2010

    Like A Cigarette

    She speaks like a cigarette:When he inhalesa spark flares under her skinand in her eyesfollowed by words ris-ing, undulating upwardin hazy helices.

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  • News | Apr.22, 2010

    British Invasion

    From the West Country of England to Eastern New England, assistant professor of English Russell Hillier, Ph.D., found his paradise within the walls of Providence College.

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  • News | Apr.22, 2010

    DEBATING ‘ROUND THE WORLD: Same Sex Hospital Visits

    In an unprecedented move by the Obama administration, President Barack Obama ordered “hospitals [to] allow patients to say who has visitation rights and who can help make medical decisions, including gay and lesbian partners,” according to The Washington Post.

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  • News | Apr.22, 2010

    Dance Team Ties for First in New England

    The Providence College Dance Team showed the judges what their dreams were made of at the Universal Dance Association New England Dance Championship at Westfield State College in Westfield, Mass., on April 11.

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  • News | Apr.22, 2010

    From Russia With Love: Russia Suspends U.S. Adoptions

    On Thursday, April 15, spokesman Andrei Nesterenko said all adoptions of Russian children to United States families have been temporarily suspended, according to The Washington Post. Despite the claim by the spokesman, both U.S. and Russian officials have denied the reports. The adoptions that are currently pending for Russian children are temporarily on hold until a U.S. delegation reaches an agreement with Russia in the next few days about the future placement of Russian children.

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