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Recent Break-ins Becoming More Prevalent in the Local Neighborhood

News | Sep.28, 2015

Recent Break-ins Becoming More Prevalent in the Local Neighborhood

by Zak Harvey ’16 Broken windows, stolen cars, and missing laptops are starting to become routine on the off-campus landscape of Providence College. The break-ins are becoming more prevelant and are no longer contained to one specific area of the…

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News | Sep.28, 2015

Rolling through Life: Oller Inspires PC Students

by Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 On Thursday, September 17, ’64 Hall was filled as Providence College students listened to Francisco “Cisco” Oller ’16 deliver his inspiring speech and life story. Oller has been giving speeches since his freshman year at Providence…

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News | Sep.28, 2015

Conversation is Key at PC

By Gabriella Pisano ’18 Serious conversations about any topic can be difficult, but talking about problems is a step toward solving them. The Community Conversation of Institutional Diversity took place Wednesday, September 16, in ’64 Hall. All members of the…

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News | Sep.28, 2015

From Pancakes to Pencils

by George Copley ’16 How do you turn pancakes into pencils? Just ask a group of seniors and juniors who did just that on the evening of Sept. 10. Among their peers, chocolate chips, and pancake batter, a group of…

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News | Sep.28, 2015

Real Prep for the Real World: Liz Brunner Helps PC Students “Prep for Success”

by Meaghan Dodson ’17 Although the students of Providence College pretend not to believe it, the real world does indeed exist beyond the College’s campus. And, while the idea of the “real world” seems daunting, PC’s Center for Career Education…

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News | Sep.28, 2015

Alumni Celebrate PC Pride Before 2017 Centennial

by Marla Gagne ’18 Providence College alumni gathered from across the country and world last week, from Los Angeles to London to downtown Providence. The occasion? To celebrate being a Friar. On September 17, 2015, national and international alumni chapters…

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News | Sep.28, 2015

World News Briefs

By David Toro Volkswagen Shares Drop Due to Scandal The German car maker, number one in the world in terms of sales, admitted this past Monday that it has used software to falsify emissions data in regard to its models.…

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News | Sep.28, 2015

Dare to Dance: Ballroom Dance Club

by Sarah Gianni It is no secret that Providence College is home to an extensive variety of clubs and organizations for students to get involved in. However, one of the clubs that students may not be familiar with is the…

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Sports | Sep.24, 2015

Up High and Down Hard: Women’s Volleyball Continues Early Season Surge

by Brent Bauerle ’16 Sports Staff For years, the Providence College Women’s Volleyball Team has been akin to Charlie Brown trying to kick the football: so close to completing their goal, only for it to be snatched away at the…

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Sports | Sep.24, 2015

Field Hockey Downs Brown

by Brannon Walker-Hodges ’16 Sports Staff Another chapter to Rhode Island’s most intense in-state school rivalry was won by the Friars as the Providence College Field Hockey Team defeated the Brown University Bears 6-1 on Sept. 17 at the Lennon…

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