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New Track Expected for Peterson Fieldhouse

Uncategorized | Dec.13, 2007

New Track Expected for Peterson Fieldhouse

A statement issued on the Providence College web site indicated that the Peterson Field will be closed from Mon. Dec. 10 until Fri. Jan.18 in order for a new track to be put in. For further information on operating hours of both the Concannon Fitness Center and the Peterson Field over break, visit http://www.

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Uncategorized | Dec.13, 2007

Weather Up-date

Providence College will close at 3:00pm today, December 13th; all classes beginning at or after 3:00pm are cancelled. Call the respective office for rescheduling of Graduate (401-865-2247) or SCE (401-865-2487) exams.

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Uncategorized | Dec.12, 2007

Charity Walk Organized by PC Sailing Team

The Providence College Sailing Team held its fourth annual 5K Walk to Support Victims of Domestic Violence on Saturday, Nov. 10. The event featured the main 5K run, speakers on domestic violence, and a concert from the band Barefoot Truth. “This event was a huge success,” said Holly Ashton ’08, a sailing team member who organized the event.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2007

Olympic Hopes Alive for Smith

Leading the 2007 Providence College Men’s Cross Country and Track Teams, senior Max Smith has been running competitively since 1999. Smith, who is from Dunedin, New Zealand, is the defending Big East champion for the 2007 indoor track mile, running an impressive 4:04.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2007

Student Athletes Give Back to Community

Most members of the Providence College community are probably unfamiliar with the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (S.A.A.C.). The S.A.A.C. is an organization composed of student athletes from colleges all over the country who participate in community service projects.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2007

School Works to Increase Donations From Alums

The new Concannon Fitness Center, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Fund, and the College’s Center for Catholic and Dominican Studies are just a few services offered by Providence College, which have been made directly possible by alumni donations.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2007

Local News for the State of R.I.

The Impact of Your Choice displays Devastating Effects of Drunk Driving Three years ago, Deborah Hoch was the first to find a car crash caused by intoxication near her home in Seekonk, Mass. And as she observed the increasing numbers of crashes related to drunk driving, she decided to do something about it.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2007

News Briefs

PC Library Undergoes Changes Director Dr. D. Russell Bailey wished to inform the Providence College student body of the latest resources now available after the recent changes made to the Phillips Memorial Library. The library’s goal is to acquire the latest industry-standard technology.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2007

Deborah Falvo Takes on New Position

A long-time staple of Providence College’s Office of Residence Life, Deborah Falvo, left her post as apartment complex director to pursue a new position as a human resource technician for the ROTC department at the college on Mon, Dec. 3. “It was time for a change and I wanted to try something new,” said Falvo.

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Uncategorized | Dec.10, 2007

Mice Infest Dorms

Students living in Aquinas Hall and St. Joseph Hall are faced with mice infestation. According to student sightings, mice have been spotted on the first, third, and fourth floors of Aquinas Hall and the basement floor of St. Joseph Hall. Meaghan Mercurio ’10, a third-floor resident of Aquinas Hall, has caught seven mice in her room.

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