April 23, 2017

Posts from "thecowl.news"

  • News | Mar.17, 2016

    Students Receive Tools to Conquer Test Anxiety

    By Benjamin Bauchiero ’18 News Staff No one likes taking exams, and for some stressed-out college students, we may find ourselves being adversely affected by anxiety.  Luckily, Providence College’s Office of Academic Services offers workshops throughout the year to help…

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  • News | Mar.17, 2016

    Alyssa Rizzo Inspires Future Business Women

    By Sarah Gianni ’18 News Staff Providence College Women in Business was pleased to welcome entrepreneur and success coach Alyssa Rizzo, to share her personal story of leadership lessons. Rizzo addressed PC students at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 9,…

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  • News | Mar.17, 2016

    Bursting the PC Bubble

    By Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 News Co-Editor Trump and Clinton Lead in Primary Polls On March 15, Donald Trump won the primary in Florida, while Marco Rubio came in second. After losing in his homestate, Rubio officially dropped out of the…

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  • News | Mar.17, 2016

    Congress Updates

    By Gabriella Pisano ’18 News Staff On Tuesday, March 14, the 66th Student Congress met for their weekly meeting. Father Shanley, O.P., attended the meeting to discuss a number of issues. The issue of congestion on Eaton Street was mentioned.…

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  • News | Mar.17, 2016

    Club Spotlight: Gaelic Society

    By Daria Purdy ’19 News Staff Have you ever wanted to get in touch with your Irish roots or learn more about a fascinating culture? The Gaelic Society gives students the opportunity to do so. According to Kelly Davis ’16,…

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  • News | Mar.17, 2016

    Bursting the PC Bubble

    By David Toro ’16 News Staff First U.S. Factories Approved in China In efforts to expand foreign direct investment and to strengthen diplomatic ties with Cuba, the U.S. has granted special permission to partners Horace Clemmons and Saul Berenthal to…

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  • News | Mar.10, 2016

    Huxley Avenue Will Close in Coming Months

    By Marla Gagne ’18 News Co-Editor The grass may not always be greener on the other side, but it may be greener in the middle. Under the “Huxley Way” project, Providence College will close its portion of Huxley Avenue, from…

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  • News | Mar.10, 2016

    Board of Representatives Respond to Fr. Shanley

    By Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 News Co-Editor On the afternoon of Monday, March 7, the Providence College community received a message from President Father Brian Shanley, O.P., in the form of an email. This email contained the president’s response to the…

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  • News | Mar.10, 2016

    Comprehensive Diversity Reform Found in President’s Response to Campus

    By Zak Harvey ’16 News Staff Over the course of the past academic year, students at Providence College have seen a debate unfold on campus unlike anything in the College’s history. It has become increasingly clear that beneath the surface…

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  • 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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