December 10, 2019

Posts from "Features"

  • Features | Dec.05, 2019

    Reason(s) for the Season: Exploring the Many Traditions of Christmastime

    by Brian Garvey ’20 News Staff Christmas on the East Coast is a time of family, revelry, and tradition. With the majority of Providence College students heading home for the holidays, many join in traditions ranging from Christmas tree shopping…

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  • Campus | Dec.05, 2019

    Featured Friar: Maggie McKenna ’20

    by Kyle Burgess ’21 News Co-Editor According to ESPN, the odds of making a half-court shot on a basketball court are roughly one in 100. However, for Maggie McKenna ’20, all it took to be that one was her closest…

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  • National and Global News | Dec.05, 2019

    Black Friday Trends

    Peter Mazzella ’22 News Staff One of the most infamous shopping days of the year, Black Friday, causes shoppers to camp outside of stores, rain or shine, to take advantage of door buster deals. With apparent success this year, as…

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  • Campus | Dec.05, 2019

    Winter Flea

    by Hannah Langley ’21 News Co-Editor With the season of Christmas and gift-giving upon us, Providence College’s Board of Programmers (BOP) has invited several small, local companies from the Rhode Island area to attend their Winter Flea event this Friday,…

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  • Campus | Dec.05, 2019

    Christmas Time is Here: PC Rings in Holiday Season with Tree Lighting

    by Nicole Silverio ’22 News Staff To kick off the Christmas season on campus, the Office of Student Activities & Cultural Programming hosted the Aannual tree lighting on Slavin Lawn on Tuesday evening. Originally scheduled for Monday, it was postponed…

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  • Campus | Dec.05, 2019

    Working Towards PC Equality: IDEI Department Establishes Student Representative Groups

    by Hannah Langley ’21 News Co-Editor For several years now, Providence College administration, students, and faculty have been working towards creating a PC200 plan that includes many initiatives, such as the promotion of more diversity and inclusion on campus. Recently,…

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  • National and Global News | Dec.05, 2019

    Bursting the PC Bubble: New Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum Imports

    by Matthew Mazzella ’20 News Staff On Monday, December 2, President Donald Trump announced the implementation of tariffs on steel and aluminum goods from Brazil and Argentina. The move to impose these fees will break a previous agreement established between…

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  • Campus | Nov.21, 2019

    Kicking for a Cause: Friars For ____ Hosts Charity Kickball Event

    by Kelly Martella ’21 News Staff On Sunday, November 17, many clubs on campus came together for some friendly competition at Glay Field. Providence College’s “Big Five” — Board of Programmers (BOP), Board of Multicultural Student Affairs (BMSA), Friars Club,…

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  • Congress Updates | Nov.21, 2019

    Congress Updates

    by Thomas Beaton ’22 Student Congress Publicity On Tuesday, November 5, Student Congress welcomed Joe Stanley, dean of global education. The Center of Global Education has resources to advise students through the study abroad process and offers faculty-led abroad programs.…

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  • National and Global News | Nov.21, 2019

    Bursting the PC Bubble: Flooding in Venice Causes Panic

    by Maura Campbell News Staff On Tuesday, November 12, Venice was flooded by the most severe high tide the city has seen since 1966. The flood lasted for several days and left profound impacts. At its peak, the flood reached…

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