April 23, 2017

Posts from "thecowl.news"

  • News | Mar.03, 2017

    Go Green! Let’s Talk Trash

    by Alex Duryera ’18 Guest Columnist Students, faculty, and staff populate the lines of Dunkin’ Donuts and Starbucks during all hours of the day. But have you ever stopped to wonder where the cup you toss out goes? Ever think…

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  • News | Mar.03, 2017

    Club Spotlight: Women’s Volleyball

    by Marla Gagne ’18 News Co-Editor Bump, set, spike! Every week in the Peterson Center, students can see the Women’s Volleyball Club Team running drills and gearing up for their next tournament at practice. From members of the travel team…

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  • News | Mar.03, 2017

    Congress Updates

    by Tim Sullivan ’17 News Staff Speaker On Tuesday, Rafael Zapata, Providence College’s chief diversity officer, spoke to the Congress about Moore Hall’s design for the new Center for Inclusive Excellence. Zapata came to the meeting to hear students’ suggestions about…

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  • News | Mar.03, 2017

    Off-Campus Beat: Environmental Spotlight

    by Tait Becker ’19 News Staff The deep-rooted partisan issue of the scientific validity of climate change has yet again surfaced as New England continues to experience an unusually mild February.  Record high temperatures throughout the region have begun to…

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  • News | Feb.17, 2017

    PC Celebrates 100th Charter Anniversary

    by Meaghan Dodson ’17 News Co-Editor “Forever” is a powerful word. It is a word that connotes commitment, perseverance, and continuity; in other words, it demands nothing short of everything. To say that something is “forever” is to make a…

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  • News | Feb.17, 2017

    Diversity Lecture

    by Daria Purdy ’19 News Staff Diversity has been a flashpoint issue on the Providence College campus for the last year. After an alleged incident against an African-American student at a party last year, students protested against the treatment and…

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  • News | Feb.17, 2017

    Housing Changes Coming for 2017

    by Gabriella Pisano ’18 News Staff There are many factors that affect what an average college student worries about throughout the day. Keeping up with classes, spending time with friends, and participating in extra-curriculars constantly preoccupy the mind of the…

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  • News | Feb.17, 2017

    Day One Supports Survivors of Sexual Assault

    by Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 Assistant News Editor In effort to create greater advocacy for victims of sexual assault, Providence College has partnered with Day One: The Sexual Assault & Trauma Center, a non-profit organization whose mission is to reduce the…

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  • News | Feb.17, 2017

    Friar Flashback: Very Superstitious…

      by Marla Gagne ’18 News Co-Editor Cursed Circle: One day Wanda Ingram ’75, senior associate dean of undergraduate studies and freshman class dean, was beginning her first year at Providence College, the newly co-ed school. As she walked with…

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  • News | Feb.17, 2017

    SSA Bundles Up Blessing Bags for Homeless

    by Marla Gagne ’18 News Co-Editor Saturday morning, Katharine Comber ’18, Emily Ventura ’18, and Grace George ’19 drove to Walmart armed with a list of supplies and a budget of $250. They slowly checked the items off their list—chapstick,…

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