December 8, 2019

Posts from "Campus"

  • Campus | Mar.15, 2018

    Providence College Loses Power Right Before Break

    After Back Up Generator Fails, PC is in the Dark for Over 24 Hours by Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 News Editor On the Friday before Spring Break at approximately 1:30 p.m., Providence College lost power due to the high winds and…

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  • Campus | Mar.15, 2018

    PC Travels to Fátima for Pilgrimage During Spring Break

    Campus Ministry Sponsors First Ever Pilgrimage to Portugal by Gabriella Pisano ’18 News Editor In 1917, the Virgin Mary appeared to three children, Lúcia Santos, Francisco Marto, and Jacinta Marto in Fátima, Portugal. During her visits with the children, Mary…

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  • Campus | Mar.15, 2018

    Schneider Arena Sells Meat On Fridays of Lent

    Hot Dogs Are Sold During Hockey Games by Ernie Andreoli ’18 News Staff The Providence College Men’s Hockey Team defeated University of Massachusetts Lowell in style on Feb. 16. Yet the first hockey game at Schneider Arena during the Lenten…

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  • Campus | Mar.15, 2018

    More Than Prayers: Walking Out for Gun Violence

    PC Democrats Hosts Vigil for Victims of the Parkland Shooting by Sabrina Guilbeault  ’18 News Co-Editor A month after the shooting at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School  in Parkland, Florida, thousands of students across the country left their classes at…

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  • Campus | Mar.15, 2018

    Bulletin Board Controversy

    Board in St. Joeseph Hall Causes Uproar  Among Students Catherine Brewer ’20 News Staff On Thursday, March 2, a bulletin board promoting marriage between one man and one woman was created by Resident Assistant Michael Smalanskas ’18 on the second…

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  • Campus | Mar.01, 2018

    Diversity and Inclusion Committee Put on Teach-In

    The 50 Acts of Kindness Initiative at PC Kicks Off at Community Teach-In by Catherine Brewer ’20 News Staff Once the crowd of roughly 100 attendees settled into their seats at the circular tables assembled throughout ‘64 Hall, the voices…

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  • Campus | Mar.01, 2018

    Tuition Increase Coming in Fall 2018

    2018-2019 Tuition at PC Increases By  3.6 Percent by Brian Garvey ’20 News Staff Last week, the Providence College Board of Trustees approved a 3.6 percent tuition increase and a 3.2 percent increase in room and board for next year.…

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  • Campus | Mar.01, 2018

    Women Empowered Recognizes “Her-Story”

    Event in Slavin Allows Students to Acknowledge Women of Color by Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 News Editor If students happened to walk by the Fishbowl in Slavin last Thursday night, they would have seen giant posters of famous women of color…

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  • Campus | Mar.01, 2018

    BOP Puts on Successful Night in Peterson

    Over 2,500 Students Attend the Second Black and White Ball by Gabriella Pisano ’18 News Editor With shimmering strands of lights streaming overhead, black and white curtains all around, and the cityscape of Providence in the background, Providence College’s second…

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  • Campus | Mar.01, 2018

    Complications Arise at Last Home Basketball Game

    Melted Ice Underneath Court Causes Game to be Postponed by Darren Squillace ’19 News Staff Mother Nature and sports have not always had the best of relationships. When we think about weather conditions altering or getting in the way of…

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