July 13, 2020

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  • News | Apr.15, 2010

    PC Craves “Real Food”

    Food is an integral part of human life. People often fail to recognize what is in the food they eat, or how it has been made and handled.

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  • News | Apr.15, 2010

    Organizational Theory Class Reaches Out

    Amanda Kelley ’11 and Emmy Loefstedtn ’11 are among 15 other students who are taking Organizational Theory for their Management requirement with Dr. Thomas King, assistant professor of management. The class has renamed itself “Providence Cares,” which they believe is more fitting to their cause as a classroom.

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  • News | Apr.15, 2010

    Intro to Black Studies Debates DWC

    Diversifying the core curriculum is the goal of five students who chose this issue as their Introduction to Black Studies activism project. Leah Glass ’11, Jesse Sheinhite ’10, Isaac Chacon ’11, Jessica Clark ’10, and Michael Olatunde ’13 researched the issue of diversity within the curriculum by interviewing students, exploring the diversity of other religiously affiliated universities, and holding an open forum to discuss the matter.

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  • News | Apr.14, 2010

    Entomophilous

    Under the gaze of God and his stony faced angelsunder the gaze of the Virgin Mother and her childthe buzzing bobbing little bee, that bumbling bombardierclumsily swoops and steals the pollen of each and every blossom.The pure white flowers, those chaste little buds hanging innocentlyfrom the branches of the trees, have no protection against him.And as the girl strolls ignorant, she remembers her nursery rhymes”When the bough breaks the cradle will falland down will come baby, cradle and all…”

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  • News | Apr.14, 2010

    Polish President and Top Officials Die in Plane Crash

    Polish citizens mourn the death of Polish President Lech Zaczynski and many other Polish leading military and civilian officials who died Saturday April 10, 2010 in a tragic plane crash near Smolensk in western Russia. Zaczynski was visiting Russia to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the massacre of Polish prisoners by Joseph Stalin’s secret police in a forest not far from the crash site.

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  • News | Apr.14, 2010

    Phenomenon: When Rain Starts to Fall

    Conor Leary ’11 / Porfolio Editor Bella smoked a cigarette.

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  • News | Apr.14, 2010

    Kyrgyzstan: Concerns Manifested in Violent Protests

    Roza Otunbayeva, the acting head of the Kyrgyzstan government, said that Kurmanbek S. Bakiyev will be offered safe passage into exile if he resigns. According to The New York Times on April 9, Mr. Bakiyev fled the country last Wednesday, April 7, but has made threats of re-establishing the government shortly.

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  • News | Apr.14, 2010

    DEBATING ‘ROUND THE WORLD: Court Limits FCC Authority on Web (Against)

    The free market controls enough of our lives. The free market controls TV news media as well as newspapers, and how reliable are they? They’re totally biased in everything from what they headline and cover to how they cover them. I don’t want this type of control over the Internet.

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  • News | Apr.14, 2010

    Upper Big Branch, W. Virginia Mining Accident

    Last Friday, April 10,

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  • News | Apr.14, 2010

    Musings Inside the Smithsonian

    Nicole Amaral ’10 / Portfolio Editor I traveled to Washington, D.C., over Easter Break, ostensibly to look at graduate schools, but what I was most looking forward to was visiting the Smithsonian. After what should have been a seven-hour train…

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