November 23, 2017

Posts from "Campus"

  • Campus | Nov.16, 2017

    NAACP Puts on H.O.M.E.coming Event in Honor of the New Renovation

    by Catherine Brewer  ’20 News Staff An aura of hope and new beginnings swirled in the air of the newly renovated Moore Hall the night of Saturday, Nov 11 for Providence College’s first H.O.M.E.coming. The student celebration of Moore Hall’s…

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  • Campus | Nov.16, 2017

    PC200: Creating PC’s Next Strategic Plan

    by Hannah Langley ’21 News Staff With 100 years of Providence College in the past begins a new century of PC history waiting to happen. Members of the PC Strategic Planning  Steering Committee have already started planning out the future…

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  • Campus | Nov.16, 2017

    Business School Hosts Investment Forecast Forum

    CEOs Discuss Socially Responsible Investing by Ernie Andreoli  ’18 News Staff The Providence College School of Business hosted an Investment Forecast Forum in the Ryan Center for Business Studies on Nov. 9. Students, faculty, and alumni came together for a…

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  • Campus | Nov.16, 2017

    The NAACP Sponsors Lecture by Harvard’s Sa-Kiera Hudson

    by Thomas Edwards ’20 News Staff Colorblindness; no, not the inability to see certain colors due to an abnormality in the retina, but the conscious decision to avoid taking someone’s race into account. On Wednesday, November 8, Providence College’s National…

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  • Campus | Nov.16, 2017

    Slippery Steps: Analyzing Recent Student Injury

    Addressing the Rumors Regarding the Stairs by Guzman Hall by Sabrina Guilbeault  ’18 News Editor After a student’s injury earlier this semester, Dr. Steven Sears, dean of students, is currently accepting any reports regarding “slips and falls” that may occur…

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  • Campus | Nov.09, 2017

    PC Celebrates the Opening of the New Moore Hall

    by Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 News Editor “My history dates back to when the gates of hell swung open with a welcome mat greeting reading, ‘Welcome to a land of white supremacy, where it will be on your slaving backs that…

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  • Campus | Nov.09, 2017

    An Overview of the Recent Events That Transpired After Trumpkin

    by Catherine Brewer  ’20 News Staff In the wake of the “Trumpkin” incident, Providence College student executives are looking forward to bringing a new sense of unity to campus. “I am always impressed when our student leaders can get…

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  • Campus | Nov.02, 2017

    PC Celebrates Mental Health Awareness Week

    By Daria Purdy ’19 Assistant News Editor From Oct. 30 to Nov. 3, the Office of Residence Life is holding the fourth annual Mental Health Awareness Week. Events are held throughout the week to help spark conversation and break down…

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  • Campus | Nov.02, 2017

    Harry Potter Themed Halloween

    By Hannah Langley ’21 “Welcome to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter!” If anyone looked at their Marauder’s Map on Tuesday, October 31, they would have noticed countless numbers of footsteps going into McPhail’s for the Board of Programmers Harry…

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  • Campus | Nov.02, 2017

    Controversial Photo Sparks Discussion

    By Gabriella Pisano ’18 Assistant News Editor Late at night on Wednesday, October 25, a photo was sent around and posted on the “story” of a Providence College student’s Snapchat. The photo was of a male Providence College student, dressed…

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