Category: News

Hill Harper to Speak at PC Commencement 2023

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. Harper is an American humanitarian, actor, author, entrepreneur, health and wellness advocate, and philanthropist who […]

Sarah McLaughlin '23

ECOPC Kicks Off Earth Week with Eaton Street Clean-up and Clean Plate Challenge

In the week leading up to their annual Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 22, ECOPC hosted a variety of different events, including their Eaton Street Clean-up and Clean Plate Challenge. For the clean-up, the club recruited eight volunteers to pick up litter on the yards, driveways, and sidewalks along Eaton Street. Supplies such as […]

Kaelin Ferland ’23 and Sarah McLaughlin ’23

Jones and Pearson of the “Tennessee Three” Reinstated After Expulsion From State Congress

On Monday, March 27, a 28-year-old individual shot and killed three children and three adults at the Covenant School in Nashville, TN. On Thursday, March 30, protestors lined the galleries of the Senate and House chambers of the state capitol. Legislation resumed that day after a brief break following the shooting; three representatives joined the […]

Liam Dunne '26

RISD Workers Strike for Fair Wages

On Friday, April 14, over a thousand people joined the protests occupying Rhode Island School of Design’s campus in downtown Providence. These strikes, facilitated by custodians, groundskeepers, and movers, began on March 23. Supported by regional union organizers Teamsters Local 251, the strike was still ongoing this Monday. According to Antonio Suazo, a union representative […]

Liam Dunne '26

PC Students Journey to Oxford, England; Immersion Into the Life and Work of C.S. Lewis

Students are often excited to spend their spring break avoiding schoolwork, spending time with their families, or traveling somewhere warm. However, one group of students, accompanied by three professors, enjoyed a spring break class trip to Oxford, England. A one-credit humanities reading course that focused on the work of C.S. Lewis was able to offer  […]

Kaitlyn Hladik '25

Baja California, Mexico, March 9

Global Border Crossing is a class that is taught by Dr. Kara Cebulko and Deborah Lopez. To call it a class is a minimization of all that it truly is; the course really opens your eyes to a side of the world from which many PC students are normally sheltered. It’s less about immersion into a […]

Shannon Kelly '26

Extra! Extra! Read All About It (And Wear It, Too)!

ECOPC and Fashion Society Host Newspaper Dress Event The past two weekends, ’64 Hall was covered with mannequins, flowers, pleats, and ruffles. On Feb. 20 and Feb. 26, ECOPC and PC Fashion Society hosted two six-hour long sessions giving students the opportunity to design and create dresses by repurposing leftover copies of The Cowl. The […]

Kaelin Ferland '23