PC students sign the pledge to end use of the R-word as part of a national campaign asking people to stop using the offensive and derogatory word. Marisa DelFarno ’18/The Cowl
Student Multicultural Activities hosts the original show, Platanos Y Collard Greens, about a modern day Romeo and Juliet love story with a twist. Photo Courtesy of Thomas Witherspoon
A Cappella groups from all around the Northeastern area gather at PC for the A Cappella Club’s Invitational. Elyse Butterworth ’15/The Cowl
Students from all classes and majors explore opportunities for internships, employment, and other post-grad volunteer work at the Career Center’s Spring Career Expo. Morgan Pekera ’15/The Cowl
Students mix up and enjoy a healthy snack for BOP’s weekly Things for Thursdays. Elyse Butterworth ’15/The Cowl
Providence College’s Women’s Club Volleyball Team hosts other teams from the New England area at their first club tournament. Morgan Pekera ’15/The Cowl
Established in 1935, The Cowl is Providence College’s only student-run newspaper. It boasts six sections and approximately 100 members. Issues are distributed every Thursday evening to roughly 50 locations on and off-campus. High volume areas include the Slavin Center, Phillips Memorial Library, and the Ruane Center.