Air Conditioning in Aquinas?

by Gabriella Pisano ’18 News Staff With the Campus Transformation of Providence College in full swing, changes around campus have been occurring left and right. With the addition and renovations of academic buildings and the incorporation of Huxley Avenue, it seems as though few pieces of the campus have remained unchanged. However, there have been […]

Flashback: A Catholic Home for Jewish Students

by Daria Purdy ’19 News Staff While the Catholic and Dominican identity of Providence College has always been essential to its mission, research being conducted by Dr. Jennifer Illuzzi and Dr. Arthur Urbano reveals that Judaism has also played a part in shaping the identity of the College. After years of research, Illuzzi and Urbano […]

PC Takes D.C.: Model OAS Brings Students Together

by Sarah Gianni ’18 News Staff It is a course dedicated to developing public speaking, critical thinking, and enhancing writing skills. And no, it is not Development of  Western Civilization. Model Organization of American States (MOAS) is a course offered by the political science department at Providence College. Each year a group of 10 students […]

Club Spotlight: Golf Club

by Meaghan Dodson ’17 News Co-Editor

Congress Updates

by Tim Sullivan ’17 Congress Publicity Chair

Off-Campus Beat: The Arkansas Executions

by Meaghan Dodson ’17 News Co-Editor Best used by: April 30, 2017. Or so it probably says on the back of Arkansas’ supply of lethal injection drugs.  Arkansas became the first state in 17 years to perform back-to-back executions this past Monday night. The drugs are set to expire by the end of the month […]