April 25, 2017

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  • Featured Slider | Apr.06, 2017

    Bob Dylan: A Living Legend Now Enshrined

    by Joe Clancy ’18 A&E Staff Bob Dylan, the backwoods-born, folk-singing, outspoken, and recently awarded Nobel Laureate, continues to build upon his quirks. The latest addition to Dylan’s eccentric story is the creation and opening of an archive dedicated solely…

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  • Featured Slider | Apr.06, 2017

    A “Bright” Future Ahead for Michael Gilmor ’17

    by Daria Purdy ’19 News Staff As  this semester ends, most Providence College seniors will be searching for jobs or preparing for graduate school. But for Michael Gilmor ’17, the coming year will be very different from the experience of…

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  • Featured Slider | Apr.06, 2017

    #FriarsGive…A Lot! PC Raises $700,000 in 24 Hours

    by Patrick Healey ’17 News Staff The goal was $100,000 and 1,917 donors. The result? 3,187 donors for a whopping total of $719,580. Last week, students and faculty came together to celebrate Providence College and show their gratitude and support…

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  • Featured Slider | Apr.06, 2017

    Where Were the Students?

    by Bridget Blain ’19 Opinion Staff Members of the Providence College community were invited to attend an open forum to discuss the issue of sexual assault on campus on Tuesday April 4. The forum was also intended to address and…

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  • Featured Slider | Apr.06, 2017

    99 Reasons to Love Roy Peter Clark: Providence College Names Alumnus as Commencement Speaker

    by Katie Puzycki ’17 and Jacquelyn Kelley ’17 Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editor-in-Chief You might define native New Yorker Roy Peter Clark as the writing coach of the country. With his expansive background and knowledge in the field, there would be…

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  • Featured Slider | Mar.17, 2017

    Friar Flashback: The Ruane Center for the Humanities

    by Marla Gagne ’19 News Co-Editor “The beauty and elegance of the building matches the beauty and elegance of what takes place inside of it,” said Providence College philosophy professor and former Development of Western Civilization (DWC) Program director, Dr.…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Mar.16, 2017

    Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Teasers

      By Kerry Torpey `20 A&E Staff   With a highly anticipated seventh season on the way, the hit HBO series Game of Thrones released its first official teaser for the second-to-last season. Despite the show’s strong tendency to keep…

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  • Featured Slider | Mar.16, 2017

    Nobody’s Perfect (You Gotta Work It)

    By Laura Arango ’20 Opinion Staff Every college student knows the struggle of multiple all-nighters in preparation for midterms week. Too often students put their own mental and physical health aside in striving for a perfection that no one can…

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  • Featured Slider | Mar.16, 2017

    The Unsung Heroes of Sports

    by Liza Sisk ’19 Imagine attending a Providence College basketball game where every fan is sitting in their seat for the entirety of the game, and the Dunkin’ Donuts Center is absolutely silent. This depressing scene could be reality if…

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  • Featured Slider | Mar.16, 2017

    Men’s Lacrosse Continues to Improve

    by Jake Scearbo ’17 While everyone was gallivanting around the Caribbean and beyond last week, the Providence College Men’s Lacrosse Team was on campus in the midst of their season. On Saturday, March 4, the Friars took on Sacred Heart…

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