July 13, 2020

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  • News | Feb.25, 2010

    Continuing to Call PC to Action: Do Not Forget Haiti

    Cowl Editors remind the PC community to continue supporting Haiti relief funds.

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  • News | Feb.25, 2010

    Bright Street Lights

    Fiction by Daniel James ’11Street lights. That’s the first thing I remember seeing in the darkness. There’s no sound outside of those damn humming noises from the dull bulbs that create little craters on the pavement. I assume that there are houses next to me, surrounding me, even.

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  • News | Feb.25, 2010

    Project Haiti Raises $5,000

    Project Haiti made $462 for an event that cost them nothing to run over Presidents’ Day Weekend. With the money from the Haiti Benefit Concert and Cultural Celebration, Project Haiti has now raised $5,000, which is half of the $10,000 goal which it hopes to raise by the end of the academic year.

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  • News | Feb.25, 2010

    Stuck in Rhode Island

    Essay by Nicole Amaral ’10I love my home, and home for me has always been Rhode Island, despite the fact that I never actually lived in the state until my time at college.

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  • News | Feb.25, 2010

    Mr. Scallybrine

    Poetry by Bobby Bretz ’12

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  • News | Feb.25, 2010

    Study Abroad: A Hostel Situation

    While anticipating my semester abroad, I hoped to spend a good number of my weekends traveling throughout Europe. Previous abroad students told me that cheap European travel consists of two main elements: Ryanair and hostels.

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  • News | Feb.25, 2010

    Obama’s Meeting with Dalai Lama Angers China

    According to BBC, a visit by the Dalai Lama to Washington on Feb. 18 has “seriously undermined” relations between the U.S. and China. China has released a strongly worded statement in response to President Barack Obama’s meeting with Tibet’s spiritual leader expressing “strong dissatisfaction and resolute opposition” to the meeting with the Dalai Lama, whom they see as a separatist.China has expressed that U.S. actions have seriously hurt “the national feelings of the Chinese people.”

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  • News | Feb.25, 2010

    Director of Emergency First Responder in Haiti

    When an emergency happens, Koren Kanadanian, director of Emergency Management, is ready to respond, even when the situation extends far beyond the Providence College gates. Kanadanian is a member of the Massachusetts-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team [DMAT], comprised of professional, paraprofessional, and medical personnel whose job is to provide medical care during a disaster.

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  • News | Feb.25, 2010

    American Companies Hacked by Chinese Schools

    Google and several other American companies have been attacked online through computers at educational institutions in China. New reports from those involved in the investigations have been traced to schools with close ties to the Chinese military, according to The New York Times.

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  • News | Feb.25, 2010

    Curriculum Changes Still Debated in Congress

    There is a question circulating around Providence College: What is going to happen to the Development of Western Civilization program?

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