October 15, 2018

Posts from "Campus"

  • Campus | Oct.04, 2018

    Ruane Friar Development Center Unveiled for Student Athletes

      Nicholas Crenshaw ’20/TheCowl by Hannah Langley ’21 News Co-Editor Providence College boasts an impressive Division 1 athletic program and has recently created the facilities to match it. This weekend, PC unveiled the Ruane Friar Development Center, a…

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  • Campus | Oct.04, 2018

    A Perfect Day for a 5K

    Lillie Hunter ’22/TheCowl PC Community Reunites for the Ninth Annual Friar 5K by Julia Acquavita ’22 The skies were a vibrant blue this past Saturday, September 29, as hundreds of people gathered onto the Providence College campus, thrilled to…

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  • Campus | Oct.04, 2018

    Science Complex Opening Kicks Off St. Dominic’s Weekend

    Nicholas Crenshaw ’20/TheCowl by Hannah Langley ’21 News Co-Editor Besides being known for its liberal arts education, Providence College also boasts its science department, which offers a large variety of science-based majors. This past Friday, September 28, PC…

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  • Campus | Oct.04, 2018

    New Club on Campus: Friars For _____.

    Gabriela Short ’18 and Aura Reach ’20 enjoying the Puerto Rico fundraiser in 2017. Photo courtesy of news.providence.edu by Malena Aylwin ’22 News Staff Whether it be fundraisers, charity donations, natural disaster aids, or more, Providence College’s new…

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  • Campus | Oct.04, 2018

    Sociology Students “Spill the Tea”

    by Catherine Brewer ’20 News Staff It all started with a tweet.  Over the past six months, four sociology majors at Providence College have grown a simple idea into a flourishing podcast. Streaming on SoundCloud, Spotify, and iTunes,…

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  • Campus | Sep.27, 2018

    Nitro Cart “Rolls Up” to PC Campus

    By Anthony Bateman ’21 The Nitro Cart, a local Rhode Island coffee company, began setting up shop across the street from the Huxley Avenue gate on Eaton Street, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. The cart…

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  • Campus | Sep.27, 2018

    Friars Honor Frederick Douglass in Nantucket

    By Hannah Langley ’21 The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave is not only a major work of literature in American history, but it is prevelant in the Development of Western Civilization and the American Studies curriculums…

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  • Campus | Sep.27, 2018

    Congress Updates

    By Abigail Northgraves ’19 This week Raul Fonts, associate vice president and dean of admission and financial aid, was the guest speaker at the Providence College Student Congress meeting.  Raul Fonts gave an introduction of himself, his history with the College,…

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  • Campus | Sep.27, 2018

    In Memoriam: Rev. William David Folsey, O.P.

    By Hannah Langley ’21 On Saturday, September 23, Reverend William David Folsey, O.P., passed away at the age of 85.  Rev. Folsey, originally from Trenton, Vermont, received his bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Providence College.  After being ordained in 1957, he…

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  • Campus | Sep.27, 2018

    PC Debate Team Competes in Novice Competition

    By Malena Aylwin ’22 This past Friday, Boston University held their first debate competition of the season, Boston University Novice. Brown University, Harvard University, Boston University, Tufts University, Brandeis Univeristy, and Providence College were amongst the participants in the competition.…

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