March 27, 2017

Posts from "thecowl.news"

  • News | Mar.10, 2016

    Bake Sale Raises Money and Awareness of Gender Inequality

    By Patrick Lovett ’17 News Staff If you were walking through the Slavin Center this Monday, March 7, chances are you saw a table offering baked goods for sale—with rather discriminatory prices attatched. Women were pleased to see they could…

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  • News | Mar.10, 2016

    Liberal Honors Program Takes 80 to Ireland

    By Daria Purdy ’19 News Staff This spring break, the Liberal Arts Honors Program took a group of 80 students to Ireland. The trip is an annual tradition for the program; honors students travel to locations in Europe in order…

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  • News | Mar.10, 2016

    Bursting the PC Bubble

    By David Toro ’16 News Staff Cancer Vaccine is Tested in Britain Kelly Potter is a 35-year-old British woman with stage four cervical cancer who has been accepted into what could be a new ground breaking cancer treatment. The new…

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  • News | Mar.10, 2016

    Congress Updates

    By Marla Gagne ’18 News Co-Editor Gym Dress Code Student Congress hosted special guest speaker, Ed Laprey, coordinator of the gym, to address concerns over the new dress code policy in the gym.  Laprey said the “new policy,” which prohibits…

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  • News | Mar.10, 2016

    Club Spotlight: Asian American Club

    By Sarah Gianni ’18 News Staff Many of the clubs and organizations at Providence College are geared toward the celebration of cultures and nationalities from around the world. Among one of the first ethnic-based clubs at PC is the Asian…

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  • News | Feb.25, 2016

    Possible Changes to DWC Curriculum Surface at All-Faculty Meeting

    By Marla Gagne ’18 News Co-Editor On February 24, 2016, faculty gathered in ’64 Hall to discuss recent demands that seek to eliminate discrimination on campus and in the classroom. Dr. Hugh Lena, provost and senior vice president for academic…

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  • News | Feb.25, 2016

    #DStrong for Dorian: RI Boy’s Dreams Come True

    By Gabrielle Shkreli ’17 News Staff At some point during your childhood, you probably wished to be famous when you grew up. Whether it was your dream to be a singer, actress, or pro-athlete, fame was on the brain. But…

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  • News | Feb.25, 2016

    Students Occupy Father Shanley’s Office

    By Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 News Co-Editor On Tuesday, February 16, starting at 8:30 a.m., Providence College students flocked to President Father Brian Shanley, O.P.’s office, calling for his agreement to their list of demands and the specific steps by which…

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  • News | Feb.25, 2016

    Inside Out Week Invites PC to Dive Inward

    By Sarah Gianni ’18 News Staff The week before Spring Break can bring added stress to students, as many are consumed with studying for midterms, giving presentations, and making final travel plans. Amidst the stress, however, is a chance for…

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  • News | Feb.25, 2016

    Forum Held to Discuss the Needed Response to Racism

    By Marla Gagne ’18 News Co-Editor As students and faculty walked into ’64 Hall on Feb. 19, they were faced with a projection screen that read “Tonight: We Break the Silence.” In the preceding weeks at Providence College, students and…

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