May 30, 2017

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  • News | Jan.19, 2017

    Friar Flashback: A Century of Friar Fashion

    by Meaghan Dodson ’17 News Editor  Over the past 100 years, Providence College has undergone major academic, architectural, political, and social changes. Among the most radical of these transformations, however, has been the evolution of PC fashion.  Friars have paved…

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  • News | Jan.19, 2017

    Club Spotlight: Running Club

    by Patrick Healey ’17 News Staff For runners or aspiring runners of the Providence College community, who are either looking to test their skills in competition or merely looking for a group of peers to enjoy jogging through the streets…

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  • News | Jan.19, 2017

    Congress Updates 1.19.17

    By Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 Assit. News Editor  At their first meeting of the spring semester this past Tuesday, Student Congress welcomed guest speakers Charles Haberle, Yvonne Arruda, and Tom King on behalf of the Course Series Committee to discuss matters…

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  • News | Jan.19, 2017

    Preparing for the Presidential Inauguration

    by Sarah Gianni ’18 News Staff On Friday, January 20 2017, Donald J. Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. This day marks the official end to a historic election season, and the beginning…

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  • News | Jan.19, 2017

    Active Minds Attends National Conference

    by Daria Purdy ’19 News Staff Active Minds, Inc. is a national non-profit organization, and it has a chapter at Providence College. Active Minds was founded in 2000 by University of Pennsylvania student Alison Malmon, following the suicide of her…

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  • News | Jan.19, 2017

    World News Briefs 1.19.17

    by Tait Becker ’19 News Staff New Information Strains U.S./Russian Relations ump, the release of potentially compromising information from the Putin administration has shed greater light on the adversarial relationship between the United States and Russia. While Russia has denied…

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  • News | Dec.09, 2016

    A Talk with Judy Shepard

    by Tait Becker ’19 News Staff The Providence College community was invited to gather in Slavin ’64 Hall on December 6, 2016, to listen to the moving story that Judy Shepard shared about the death of her son, Matthew Shepard,…

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  • News | Dec.09, 2016

    Friar Flashback: Remembering the Aquinas Fire

    by Meaghan Dodson ’17 News Co-Editor Next Tuesday, December 13, will be the 39th anniversary of one of the most tragic events in Providence College history. The Aquinas Hall fire of 1977 devastated the College as it took the lives…

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  • News | Dec.09, 2016

    “Caroling Again and Again”

    Photo courtesy of www.ripr.org by Patrick Healey ’17 News Staff For many Christmas lovers, trudging through the snow to enjoy the local theatre’s performance of A Christmas Carol is among the most important things that must be done in December. Last…

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  • News | Dec.09, 2016

    2016 St. Nicholas of Myra Conference

    What role should the Catholic Church take in solving the socioeconomic problems of the modern age? That is the question that Providence College asked as it hosted its third “St. Nicholas of Myra Conference on Catholic Social Thought” from Friday,…

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