March 27, 2017

Posts from "News"

  • News | Mar.23, 2017

    Where Did the Trees on Campus Go?

    by Marla Gagne ’18 News Co-Editor Returning from spring break, students walking down Huxley Avenue found themselves blinded by sunlight and staring into an empty space, while Mal Brown students discovered they could see  Suites from their windows for the…

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  • News | Mar.23, 2017

    Congress Letters of Intent

    Congress President: Michael Bartels – Class of 2018 To whom it may concern: I’d like to begin by thanking the people who inspired me to run for president. In my three years at PC, I have met many an…

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  • News | Mar.23, 2017

    BMSA Letters of Intent

    BMSA President: Marcie Mai – Class of 2018   BMSA helped me rediscover and accept myself, and showed me what I had to offer to the PC community. Coming from high school, I felt like a scattered puzzle with pieces…

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  • News | Mar.23, 2017

    Off-Campus Beat: Paris’ Airport Attack

    by Gabriella Pisano ’18 News Staff A total of 1,441 terrorist attacks occurred worldwide in 2016. These attacks resulted in 14,356 fatalities. Though it is less than three months into 2017, there have already been 293 attacks with a total…

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  • News | Mar.23, 2017

    Club Spotlight: Her Campus

    Tait Becker ’19 News Staff Among one of the last Big East schools to launch a chapter, Providence College has recently decided to bring back Her Campus. Originally started in 2014 by Ashley Santiago ’17, along with other students, Her…

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  • Featured Slider | Mar.23, 2017

    Violence Erupts, Parties Split

    by Meaghan Dodson ’17 News Co-Editor If there is one (maybe hard to accept) fact about college campuses, it is that copious amounts of alcohol are consumed on a weekly basis. The festivities of St. Patrick’s Day are no exception,…

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  • Featured Slider | Mar.23, 2017

    PC Explores Off-Campus Security Options

    by Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 Asst. News Editor “More and more police officers is not the solution,” said Major Jack Leyden, executive director of the Office of Safety and Security at Providence College. “We need to come up with a unified…

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  • News | Mar.23, 2017

    PC Recycling: Improvement Must Come From Students

    by Sarah Gianni ’18 News Staff Donald Trump’s recently released budget proposal calls for a 31 percent cut to the Environmental Protection Agency, reducing funding from $8.1 to $5.7 billion. This potential cut could translate into destructive environmental action such…

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  • News | Mar.23, 2017

    Providence College Student Congress Updates

    by Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 Asst. News Editors Security After the shooting that occurred off-campus on early Sunday morning, Director of the Office of Safety and Security Jack Leyden, Lieutenant John Dunbar, Director of Emergency Management Koren Kanadanian, and Director of…

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  • News | Mar.22, 2017

    Friar Flashback: Beers and Cheers!

    by Daria Purdy ’19 News Staff McPhail’s gives testimony to the long and colorful history of Providence College through the memorabilia hung upon its walls. Pictures of sports greats, influential administrators and Dominicans, and old spring concerts constantly remind students…

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