May 21, 2019

Posts from "Campus"

  • Campus | Nov.15, 2018

    Class of 2019 Celebrates Senior Ring Weekend: A Look Inside the Making of SRW

      by Thomas Edwards ’20 News Co-Editor Senior Ring Weekend, like many large events on campus, is not organized and planned overnight.  The process behind SRW is a two-year journey that 11 students embark on, preparing everything from the weekend…

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  • Eco Updates | Nov.15, 2018

    Eco-Rep Updates

    by Madeline Stephen ’21 and Payton Morse ’20 Eco-Representatives With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it is important to recognize the negative impact that wasting food has on our environment. Food waste is the single largest component of trash in landfills…

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  • Congress Updates | Nov.15, 2018

    Congress Updates

    by Aine Redington Student Congress Publicity Chaplain Fr. Peter Martyr Yungwirth, O.P., and Fr. James Cuddy, O.P., vice president of mission and ministry,  visited Student Congress for their weekly meeting on Tuesday, November 13. They discussed their various roles and…

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  • Campus | Nov.09, 2018

    Electric Scooters Appear at PC

    By Kyle Burgess ’21 Over the course of Providence College history, the preferred methods of transportation available to PC students have been a leisurely walk across campus or the occasional golf cart ride for those fortunate enough to hitch…

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  • Campus | Nov.09, 2018

    Featured Friar: Steve Lawrence ’21: A Friar Who Is Not Afraid of Embracing His Talents

    By Catherine Brewer ’20  For Steve Lawrence ’21, one of the most important questions in life that has fueled his passion to cultivate happiness and comfort for himself and others has been, “How do you expect for yourself to enjoy…

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  • National and Global News | Nov.09, 2018

    Midterm Election Results

    By Micaela Freeman ’20 History was made on Tuesday during this year’s midterm election. A record number of women were elected and will be heading to Congress in this new term.  Colorado’s newly elected governor, Jared Polis, is the…

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  • National and Global News | Nov.09, 2018

    Bursting the PC Bubble: Anti-Semitic Shooting at Pittsburgh Synagogue

    By Malena Aylwin ’22 A mass shooting occurred in Pittsburgh on the morning of October 27, 2018. While Shabbat morning services were being held at the Tree of Life Synagogue, 11 individuals were shot to death, and seven were injured. …

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  • Campus | Nov.09, 2018

    BOP Hosts Friar Flea For All

    By Hannah Langley ’21 Providence College boasts having many clubs and organizations that organize on-campus events, and the Board of Programmers (BOP) is probably one of the most involved in student-oriented events. On Friday, November 2, BOP’s social committee held…

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  • Campus | Nov.09, 2018

    The Rewarding Process of Research: Dr. Raymond Sickinger Discusses His Newest Biography

    By Micaela Freeman ’20 Dr. Raymond Sickinger, a professor of history,  has made a mark during his 44 years at Providence College. Students had the opportunity to listen to Sickinger talk about his book debut on Monday, November 5 at…

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  • Campus | Nov.09, 2018

    PC Flu Clinics: Why College Students Should Get Their Flu Shots

    By Kelly Martella ’21 As the cool autumn weather starts to roll in, it brings with it flu season.  The Center for Disease Control (CDC) generally considers flu season to be from October to May, peaking during the winter months…

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