Off-Campus Beat

by Sarah Gianni ’18 News Staff National security was one of Donald Trump’s main concerns during his 2016 presidential campaign. He persistently emphasized the unthinkable atrocities that the ISIS terror group has committed, stating, “We cannot let this evil continue.” What happens, however, when there is a major security breech within the FBI? This event […]

Club Spotlight: Sustainability Club

by Sarah Gianni ’18 News Staff As   environmental  protection continues to be a prominent issue in today’s news, students at Providence College have created a club committed to finding and creating new ways to promote sustainability. The Sustainability Club was implemented in March 2017, and is currently comprised of 20 active members. “The Sustainability […]

Student Research and Creativity Celebrated

by Gabriella Pisano ’18 News Staff Among the core requirements and proficiencies that students are expected to complete throughout their academic career, there are many opportunities that allow students to explore their passions through academic work. The Celebration of Student Scholarship and Creativity highlights student work and allows them to share their passion for their […]

Spare Parts Named 2017 Common Reading Book

by Patrick Healey ’17 News Staff For incoming freshmen and transfer students coming to Providence College, the first assignment they will receive will be to read what is known as the “common reading book,” which all freshmen are required to read during the summer leading up to their first semester at PC. The College takes […]

PC Sodexo Responds to Scrutiny

by Marla Gagne ’18 News Co-Editor Recently, students around the country have been clicking on and reading a newly resurfaced food blog that gave Sodexo, the food server company that serves over 850 colleges and universities, including PC,  an F rating. The article entitled “Is Sodexo’s Food Bad For You?” was published by the food […]

Haiti: Donating to a Bee-utiful Charity

By Patrick Healey News Staff Sometimes school projects are a little extra special, and that seems to be the case for the project that Morgan Alch ’17 and Briana Di Prizio ’17 are leading.  They are focusing on bringing awareness to an important charity of their choice, and in turn making positive and lasting changes […]

Friar Flashback: PC Golf Party

by Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 Assistant News Editor Smirking pink whales, pastel dresses with prints of flowers and nautical scenes, pearls, and monogrammed everything have become essential elements of the attire one wears to the infamous and evolving Golf Party. Organized by students off-campus, the event has become a bi-annual tradition, once in the fall and […]