Category: News

Union Summer

Despite the record temperatures America has experienced this summer, numerous workers guilds faced the heat head-on in a nationwide resurgence of labor strikes and union movements. Some unions have already succeeded in securing agreements for their workers, others are working towards tentative agreements, and still more have only recently started facilitating strikes. Union membership has […]

Liam Dunne '26

PC Ranked #1 Regional University in the North

Earlier this week, the U.S. News & World Report ranked Providence College No. 1 out of 178 across all regional universities in the north. Tying for the top spot with Bentley University and Rhode Island School of Design, PC has retained this ranking for five consecutive years, while remaining  in the top five colleges in […]

Kirsten Carman ’27

Out with Kevin McCarthy: What’s Going on in the House of Representatives?

Two weeks ago, former Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy made history as the first speaker to ever be removed from their position of power in Congress. Following his appointment in January, his short-term serve was considerably inevitable as he agreed to give any Republican member the power to call for a vote to remove […]

Kirsten Carman ’27

Friars Club and BOP Host Pink Bowl

Friars Club and the Providence College Board of Programmers held their first Pink Bowl on Oct. 15 for breast cancer awareness. The event was a co-ed flag football game that placed the two clubs head-to-head.          Friars Club is one of the oldest clubs at PC, tasked with promoting scholarship as well as working as […]

Emily Dunford ’26

Pro-Palestine Protests: Providence, RI

On Saturday, Oct. 21, hundreds of people arrived at the Rhode Island State House in Providence to demonstrate their support for Palestine. Several speakers spoke to the audience for an hour at the state house before organizers from Rhode Island chapters of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) and the Party for Socialism and Liberation […]

Liam Dunne '26

Senior Ring Weekend

This past weekend, Oct. 20-22,  was Providence College’s annual  Senior Ring Weekend. This weekend centers around the celebration of the current senior class receiving their class rings and is the first senior celebration event of the year. The celebrations, which last all weekend, signify the beginning of the end for these students. Festivities began on […]

Molly Oldread ’26

A Small Blue Wave on Nov. 7. Special Elections

*Disclaimer: This article was written before all elections had reported 100 percent of the vote. However, at the time the article was written, all elections had been called.  Although not a national election day, many states had issues or candidates on the ballot Nov. 7th. Rhode Island was one of these states, hosting a special […]

Liam Dunne '26