August 22, 2017

Arts showcased on Alumni Weekend

  • Uncategorized | Feb.25, 2005

    Arts showcased on Alumni Weekend

    Students saw some familiar faces this past weekend as former PC students returned to campus for Alumni Weekend. The Office of Institutional Ad-vancement held several activities for the approximately 500 alumni who returned, and they invited them to a number of other activities, including sports events and performances in the new Smith Center for the Arts.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.25, 2005

    Cameran and Brad discuss ‘real world’ issues

    By 7:15 p.m. on Wed-nesday, Feb. 23, a group of about 250 excited students-mostly girls-gathered in Slavin ’64 Hall awaiting the arrival of Brad and Cameran from The Real World: San Diego. The two came on at about 7:30 p.m., and began recounting their experiences of trying out for The Real World.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.25, 2005

    College’s visiting professor discusses sacred art

    The Very Rev. Aidan Nichols, O.P., delivered a lecture entitled, “The Order of Preachers and Art: The Dominicans of L’Art Sacre” in the concert hall in the Smith Center for the Arts on Wednesday, Feb. 23. The second recipient of the Rev. Robert Randall Distinguished Professorship in Christian Culture at Providence College, Father Nichols is a visiting professor for the 2005 spring semester.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.25, 2005

    SportShorts

    All the news we couldn’t fit in…but did.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.25, 2005

    Panel discusses Islamic heritage and culture

    A panel discussion in Moore Hall III on Thursday, Feb. 17, gave Providence College students the opportunity to learn more about Islamic culture.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.25, 2005

    Split with Maine propels Providence into playoffs

    Coach Paul Pooley and the Prov-idence College Men’s Hockey team will be the first to admit that this has been a disappointing season for them so far. Inexperience has played a key role in the Friars’ struggles, as they seemingly haven’t been able to win a close game all year.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.25, 2005

    MCC’s a swimming success

    The Providence College Swimming and Diving teams experienced a wave of success at the Metropolitan Conference Championships. The Men’s and Women’s teams competed for three days, starting on Feb. 18th and ending on Feb. 20th. The Women’s team finished fourth out of 21 teams by scoring 382 points, while the Men’s team finished seventh in a field of 17 teams, scoring 197 points.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.25, 2005

    Students build up during downtime

    As spring break rapidly approaches, students at Providence College are getting revved up for the swath of trips they have planned. Ranging from traditional Caribbean stays to Europe trips to volunteer work, PC students have found a myriad of ways to take advantage of the week-long hiatus from classes.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.25, 2005

    One fan’s (modest) opinion

    Receiving the entry pass, senior Ryan Gomes spun left into the lane. He elevated and let go of the turnaround 10-footer that would cap the come-from-behind victory over Notre Dame. It was a shot he’d made countless times before-only this time it rimmed out, and the scoreboard revealed only triple zeroes and a one point differential that Providence had ultimately failed to overcome.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.25, 2005

    Weekend yields split decision with Eagles

    Coming off a weekend in which Hockey East’s newest challenger, Connecticut, man-aged to keep the Providence College Wo-men’s Hockey team at bay for the first time in almost 30 years, the Friars looked to avoid a second straight series of disap-pointments as they laced up against Boston College on Feb. 19 and 20.

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