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Day One Supports Survivors of Sexual Assault

by Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 Assistant News Editor In effort to create greater advocacy for victims of sexual assault, Providence College has partnered with Day One: The Sexual Assault & Trauma Center, a non-profit organization whose mission is to reduce the prevalence of sexual abuse and violence, as well as to offer support to those who have been affected by it. ... Read More »

Morning Mail is Introduced to Lessen Email Load

By Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 Assistant News Editor At the start of the new spring semester, students were greeted with an email that changed the way emails work on campus. Since the notification, all class mailing list emails have been compiled into one daily email: Morning Mail. The decision to move from multiple emails to one email a day was prompted ... Read More »

Friars Athletics Introduces New Mascot

By Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 Assistant News Editor With Providence College’s Centennial Celebration in full swing, last week Friar Athletics unveiled the newest addition to the Friar Family: a Dalmatian mascot. According to Athletic Director Robert Driscoll, Friar Athletics will use both the Dalmatian and Friar Dom at games and events.  “We are really excited about the positive reaction to the ... Read More »

Students Learn Value of Sustainability

By Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 Assistant News Editor Creating sustainable, collaborative, and innovative aid that fosters empowerment, education, and self-sufficiency is the mission of the Global Sustainable Aid Project (GSAP), and since 2010, Providence College students have been given the opportunity to see this mission play out in action in Ghana. Led by Dr. Stephen Mecca, the Maymester class in Ghana ... Read More »

The Eaton Street Café Gives Students Fun Options

  by Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 Assistant News Editor The Arthur F. and Patricia Ryan Center for Business Studies is not the only new entity on campus this semester at Providence College. The opening of the new business building also came with the Eaton Street Café: PC’s newest dining facility. The Eaton Street Café offers students a multitude of options. From ... Read More »

Congress Updates

  by Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 Assistant News Editor The Providence College Student Congress held its second meeting of the semester on Tuesday night, and during a suspension of the rules, welcomed Karen Vargas, the associate dean of admission for multicultural recruitment, who answered questions regarding undocumented students and students from mixed status families. Vargas explained the difference between undocumented students, ... Read More »

Preview: The Black & White Ball

By Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 Assit. News Editor Picture this: a night in Peterson like students have never seen it before, featuring live music and gourmet food, where all four grades, robed in dressy cocktail dresses and dark suits, will come together for an evening commemorating Providence College’s 100th Birthday. The Black and White Ball, being advertised as an event that ... Read More »

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 related to the scheduling of courses offered at Providence College. Traditionally, PC offers three class types: a 50 minute class ... Read More »

Dr. Jordan-Zachery Receives the Joseph R. Accinno Teaching Award

By Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 News Staff Each year, Providence College awards  The Joseph R. Accinno Faculty Teaching Award to a faculty member who best exhibits excellence in “teaching, passion and enthusiasm for learning, and genuine concern for students’ academic and personal growth.” This school year, the award was presented to Dr. Julia Jordan-Zachery, a professor of political science and director ... Read More »

Bursting the PC Bubble

By Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 News Co-Editor Trump and Clinton Lead in Primary Polls On March 15, Donald Trump won the primary in Florida, while Marco Rubio came in second. After losing in his homestate, Rubio officially dropped out of the election. Trump also won in Illinois and North Carolina. Governor John Kasich won in his home state of Ohio, which ... Read More »