March 29, 2017

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  • News | Apr.08, 2016

    Student Congress Elections: Class Representatives 2018

    Representatives 2018: Doug Cassidy Dear Student Congress Elections Chairs and Class of 2018, My name is Doug Cassidy and I am a member of the Class of 2018. I am a biology major from Scotch Plains, New Jersey. I am…

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  • News | Apr.08, 2016

    Student Congress Elections: Class Representatives 2019

    Representatives 2019: Michael DeBarge I am declaring my intent to run for Class Representative for the class of 2019. I want to be a greater player in my class, my school, and my community. The Providence College community is one…

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  • News | Apr.07, 2016

    Fulbright Scholarship Grants Students with Grand Opportunity

    By Sarah Gianni ’18 News Staff The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is the largest U.S. exchange program offering opportunities for students and young professionals to undertake international graduate study, advanced research, university teaching, and primary and secondary school teaching worldwide.…

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  • News | Apr.07, 2016

    English Department Hosts Poetry Reading

    By Patrick Lovett ’17 News Staff On Thursday, March 31, the ProvidenceĀ  CollegeĀ  Department of English hosted a poetry reading by Kimberly Johnson. Johnson, a renowned poet, literary critic, and translator, read and spoke to students and faculty, giving the…

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  • News | Apr.07, 2016

    Bursting the PC Bubble

    By David Toro ’16 News Staff Qatar, Forced Labor, and an Oblivious FIFA Ahead of the World Cup that is to be held in Qatar in 2022, many workers building stadiums have spoken out about horrid working conditions. Some workers…

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  • News | Apr.07, 2016

    Congress Updates

    David Toro ’16 News Staff An important topic that was discussed this past week in Student Congress had to do with fitness at Providence College. Courtney Mackey, assistant director of fitness programming, spoke to Congress to explain to the student…

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  • News | Apr.07, 2016

    Club Spotlight: History Club

    Gabriella Pisano ’18 News Staff Do you think looking back at history is important?Ā  If so, think about joining Providence Collegeā€™s History Club. This club focuses not only on the study of history but also encourages others to value history.…

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  • News | Mar.17, 2016

    Dr. Richardson Speaks on Mental Health and Diversity

    By Patrick Healey ’17 News Staff Here at Providence College, topics and concerns surrounding diversity have become very pressing and are on the minds of many of the students and faculty. Discussions involving mental health are also becoming more and…

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  • News | Mar.17, 2016

    The Election for Dummies Proves Knowledge is Power

    By Patrick Lovett ’17 News Staff Do you know the difference between closed and open primaries? How about what a Superdelegate is? Do you know where all of the candidates stand on various issues? For students without answers to these…

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  • 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.Ā  Luckily, Providence Collegeā€™s Office of Academic Services offers workshops throughout the year to help…

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