August 22, 2017

Lena appointed VPAA

  • Uncategorized | Feb.23, 2006

    Lena appointed VPAA

    On Feb. 16, 2006, Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P., president of Providence College, announced to the Providence College community that Dr. Hugh Lena had been named the new vice president of academic affairs. After a national search, Father Shanley made the decision to name Lena-who had been serving as the acting vice president-to the permanent position, officially beginning March 1.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.23, 2006

    T.V. Production class to air pilot episode

    On Tuesday, Feb. 14 Rev. Kenneth Gumbert, O.P.’s Television Production class filmed its first PC Magazine episode of the semester. Set to begin airing on Friday, Feb. 24 on channel 52, the show will feature seven short segments that focus on campus life at Providence College produced and edited by students in the class.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.23, 2006

    She Said, He Said

    This Week…when the bed is a-rocking, should you go a-knocking?

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.23, 2006

    PC movie channel presses pause

    A newly-instituted copyright compliance policy will affect the movies that will be shown on the College’s T.V. channels, leaving some students wondering how this will change their class experience. According to a February 6 memo from Dr. Hugh F. Lena, vice president for academic affairs, and Marifrances McGinn, Esq.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.23, 2006

    Students say show must go on

    A protest, the ensuing counter-protest, and a debate were all sparked by the decision of College President Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P. to prohibit the production of The Vagina Monologues on campus. The decision also left the organizers of the play searching for a new venue.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.23, 2006

    Facebook not just for students

    Nowadays, it doesn’t take much to find the screenname of a classmate or double check the birthday of a friend. With the mere click of a button, students can access personal information about their peers using social-networking sites such as the Facebook, Friendster, and MySpace.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.23, 2006

    Inside the mind and outside the world

    Slamming the car door, I walked briskly in the freezing night, rhythmically interrupting the darkness with my cloudy breath. The stars seemed brighter than usual. It was like the coldness had frozen any traces of indecision the stars might have had about shining tonight.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.23, 2006

    Elizabeth Roberts speaks at PC

    As a young child, Sen. Elizabeth Roberts (D) knew only one woman elected in politics, and knew she wanted that to change. “Even today, when I walk into an elementary school classroom, the children expect to see a fifty-year-old man in a suit.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.23, 2006

    Why bad things happen to good people

    “I have a friend whose father passed away when she was 13. She still questions why this happened . . .” Students were encouraged to share experiences and ask questions at the Theology on Tap in McPhail’s last Thursday, Feb. 16, where Rev. Brian J.

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  • Uncategorized | Feb.23, 2006

    Julyfruit

    July ripened up and fell hard to the ground.It wasn’t over, it hadn’t begun.It just all ran into itself like grid boxes on my wall calendar.

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