January 19, 2019

Posts from "Campus"

  • Campus | Sep.13, 2018

    Friars End Summer With A Bang At Provapalooza

    By Anthony Bateman ’21 News The Providence College Board of Programmers (BOP) held its traditional Provapalooza to bring students together for the start of a new school year. The event took place between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, September…

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  • Campus | Sep.13, 2018

    Anthony Ray Hinton and Death Row

    By Thomas Edwards ’20 News In the summer of 1985 in Birmingham, Alabama, Anthony Ray Hinton was arrested, tried, and convicted of the murders of two restaurant workers earlier that year; two crimes he was innocent of. Despite providing a…

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  • National and Global News | Sep.05, 2018

    Hurricane Lane Makes Landfall on the Island of Hawai’i

    by Thomas Edwards ’20 News Co-Editor Hawaii was hit by Hurricane Lane this past weekend, breaking records, including the preliminary rainfall which totaled 51.53 inches, reported in Mountain View, Hawaii. This places Hurricane Lane third for highest preliminary rainfall, according…

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  • National and Global News | Sep.05, 2018

    Silenced Sam: Confederate Statue Topples in the Night

    by Thomas Edwards ’20 News Co-Editor On the night of Saturday, August 20, there was a student rally protesting the Confederate monument, “Silent Sam” at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The protest ended with Silent Sam laying…

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  • Campus | Sep.05, 2018

    Friars Give Back to the Greater World Around Them

    by Hannah Langley ’21 Assistant News Editor Providence College organizations, classes, and students are heavily influenced by the Dominican tradition to serve not only the community, but the world around them.  This summer, different groups of PC students, along with…

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  • National and Global News | Sep.05, 2018

    U.S. Has Tumultuous Summer for Immigration

    by Catherine Brewer ’20 News co-Editor News of family separations and detention center conditions swept the country during the summer of 2018. Mainstream broadcasting and social media platforms such as Facebook helped make breaking information available to individuals internationally.  With…

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  • Campus | Sep.04, 2018

    Orientation Ushers In Class of 2022

    by Thomas Edwards ’20 News Editor Orientation at Providence College is memorable for everyone. Some memories are fond, some not so fond, but every PC student shares this experience. Orientation provides students with the information they will need to navigate their…

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  • Features | Sep.04, 2018

    Featured Friar: Fartun Abdulle ’19

    by Hannah Langley ’21 Assistant News Editor One of the defining elements of Providence College student life is involvement in various organizations, clubs, and programs on campus. Fartun Abdulle ’19 is a perfect example, as she has been given the responsibility…

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  • Campus | Sep.04, 2018

    Convocation Brings PC Community Together

    by Micaela Freeman ’20 News Staff Providence College’s annual academic convocation and reception took place. Monday, August 27,  in the Peterson Recreation Center. The event held over  1,000 freshmen, transfer students, and professors and welcomed everyone with a processional and keynote…

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  • Campus | Sep.04, 2018

    Making the Move: “Hybrid Housing”

      by Catherine Brewer ’20 With a freshman class of 1,127 students entering Providence College, the Office of Residence Life has expanded housing options this year with a Hybrid Housing program. The program allows select students who originally planned to…

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