April 20, 2023
A key part of what makes a community is building a bond of trust and communication. In general, the Providence...
Five Alumni and Harper to Receive Honorary Degrees Providence College has chosen Hill Harper, J.D. to deliver the Commencement Address at PC’s 105th Commencement ceremony, which takes place on Sunday, May 21 at 11 A.M. in the Amica Mutual Pavilion....
A key part of what makes a community is building a bond of trust and communication. In general, the Providence College student body would agree that these things are important for fostering a healthy “Friar Family.” Many students have expressed concerns regarding the communication we receive regarding incidents that occur on campus. When students hear […]
March marks Women’s History Month, which can trace its roots back to Women’s History Week, first celebrated in 1978, and the original International Women’s Day, which was first celebrated in 1908 when thousands of New York City women garment workers went on strike due to poor working conditions and low wages. Women’s History Month was […]
Every member of the Class of 2023 remembers what they were doing on March 6, 2020. I remember saying goodbye to my friends and roommates before my back-to-back class and Civ seminar, in which we ironically discussed how next week’s topic would be the bubonic plague. We left campus excited for break but with an […]
Don’t Grow Up Too Fast When I was five years old, I filled out a journal that asked the writer questions about herself, her likes and dislikes, and her dreams for the future. One of the questions was, “What age do you want to be most?” I remember writing down 22. My mom asked me […]
Jet Lag: The Game What if The Amazing Race met board games and the geography-nerd side of YouTube? The result would probably be Jet Lag: The Game, the new online series created by Sam Denby, Adam Chase, and Ben Doyle. Denby is known for creating and voicing the educational channel Wendover Productions, which has amassed […]
Last Monday, you may have noticed something different at the Ray dish return. On Nov. 21, ECOPC hosted their annual Clean Plate Challenge. For two hours during lunchtime, volunteers from the club set up a table at the dish return area in Raymond Dining Hall and asked students to discard the leftover food from their […]
Lily pads freeze under winter’s touch Waiting under ice for spring’s promised thaw Do they know it will come And leave just as soon? Do they know the moon’s glow Is an illusion of the sun? Do the black-faced squirrel and the white-tailed deer Ask why the trees in the middle of the pond Are […]