May 30, 2017

Posts from "Campus"

  • Campus | 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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  • Campus | 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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  • News | Mar.17, 2017

    PC Donation Supports Catholic Education

    by Patrick Healey ’17 News Staff Students and faculty will have organized days which will be coordinated to meet the needs of each school, allowing them to volunteer their time to help Providence’s student population.  This will serve to aid…

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  • News | Mar.17, 2017

    Students Participate in a Spring Break of Service: Global Service Learning Trips

    by Gabriella Pisano ’18 News Staff Typically, Spring Break is a time when you take a break from classes and relax. Whether you sit on the beach in the sun or go home to unwind, Spring Break is often seen…

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  • News | Mar.17, 2017

    Students Participate in a Spring Break of Service: Habitat for Humanity

    by Daria Purdy ’19 News Staff On the first day of Spring Break, over 100 Providence College students embarked for destinations across the East Coast to participate in PC’s annual Habitat for Humanity service trip. This year, Habitat sent students…

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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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  • News | Mar.17, 2017

    Photography Club Spotlight: Humans of PC

    by Meaghan Dodson ’17 News Co-Editor If a picture is worth 1,000 words, then Providence College’s Photography Club is priceless. Founded in 2012, the club has used photography as a means of connecting the PC campus through art. Club members…

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