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PC’s Peaceful Protest: Students March through Campus after Ferguson Verdict

News | Nov.25, 2014

PC’s Peaceful Protest: Students March through Campus after Ferguson Verdict

Video courtesy of Andres Taborda ’15      by Frank Flanagan ’15 Providence College students organized to march just past midnight on the morning of Tuesday, November 25, in the wake of the Grand Jury’s decision to not indict Ferguson…

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Photo Gallery | Nov.20, 2014

Roving: What’s your favorite Thanksgiving dish?

 

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Photo Gallery | Nov.20, 2014

Photo: November 20, 2014

 

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Arts & Entertainment | Nov.20, 2014

New Rendition of Ajax, Salute to War Veterans

By Michael Humphreys ’15 A&E Staff Providence College and Salve Regina have collaborated to start a Rhode Island community conversation about helping returning veterans through their theatrical production Ajax. Other than the recent performance in the College’s Smith Center on…

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Sports | Nov.20, 2014

Physicality Sets the Tone at Schneider Arena: Men’s Hockey Splits Chippy Two Game Home Series with Vermont

by Bryan Blum ’17 Sports Staff There has certainly been a pattern in Hockey East play this season for the Friars. After splitting series against Boston University and Merrimack College, Providence split another series at home against the University of…

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Sports | Nov.20, 2014

An Olympian Visits Friartown: World Record Holder Molly Huddle Graces Slavin Lounge

by Jeff Williams ’17 Sports Staff The Providence College Cross Country and Track Teams have been dominant over the past 25 years. Coach Ray Treacy ’82 has built a legacy on the track, and some of his former runners have…

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Sports | Nov.20, 2014

Men’s Basketball Opens Title Defense: Narrowly Escapes Albany, Blows out Binghamton

by Nate Svogun ’16 Sports Staff LaDontae Henton ’15 dove to the floor, sealing a sorely needed possession early in the second half against Albany. The play was important in its own right, but it proved to be a microcosm…

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Sports | Nov.20, 2014

Editor’s Corner: Patience is a Virtue

by Joey Ciccarello ’16 Assistant Sports Editor The timeless saying tells us that patience is a virtue. Nobody knows this saying better than Providence College Friar Basketball fans. We were patient for 10 years before we returned to the NCAA…

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Arts & Entertainment | Nov.20, 2014

Explore Providence: Caserta’s Pizza

By Mary McGreal ’15 A&E Staff The idea of going to Federal Hill probably seems like a treat to many college students—it is where you suggest eating when your parents visit, but probably not when you want to eat out…

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Arts & Entertainment | Nov.20, 2014

Big Expectations for Big Eyes

By Periklis Fokaidis ’17 A&E Staff Director Tim Burton’s newest movie Big Eyes, starring Christoph Waltz and Amy Adams, will be hitting theaters on Christmas Day. The movie is based on the true story of an artist named Margaret Keane.…

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