January 21, 2018

Posts from "National and Global News"

  • National and Global News | Dec.07, 2017

    Year in Review

    Looking Back at the World News of 2017 by Hannah Langley ’20 News Staff December has arrived, and another year has come and gone. From the inuaguration of the 45th President of the United States, to the tragic Las Vegas…

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  • Campus | Dec.07, 2017

    Why God Is Not Like Santa Claus

    Dr. Richard Barry Speaks at Christmas Themed Theology on Tap by Daria Purdy  ’19 Asst. News Editor The last Theology on Tap event of the semester was appropriately focused on Christmas and, in particular, on Santa Claus. Dr. Richard Barry,…

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  • Campus | Dec.07, 2017

    ECOPC Hosts Recycle Day

    Club Promotes Environmental Awareness and Waste Management by Catherine Brewer  ’20 News Staff “Frightening.” That is what Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation’s (RIRRC) Education and Outreach Facilitator Carol Bjartmarz has to say about the current state of the Central Landfill.…

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  • Campus | Dec.07, 2017

    Providence Remembers

    PC Community Recognizes Lives Lost in 1977 Aquinas Fire by Sabrina Guilbeault ‘18 News Editor photo courtesy of providence.edu This Wednesday, December 13 will mark the 40th anniversary of the Aquinas Fire that took place in 1977, and…

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  • Congress Updates | Dec.07, 2017

    Congress Updates

    by Connor Nolan ‘19 Student Congress Publicity Student Congress’s Executive Board would like to thank all of its members for a great semester and wishes good luck to all those leaving to study abroad. The first piece of old business…

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  • Features | Dec.07, 2017

    Featured Friar: Matt Lovecchio ’18

    Senior Talks About His Transformatiom While at PC by Sarah Gianni ’18 News Staff Sitting at a high top table in McPhails, Matt Lovecchio ’18 reflected on his journey at Providence College, and how his experience has shaped him. Lovecchio…

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  • Campus | Nov.30, 2017

    Study Abroad Popularity Continues to Grow

    by Sabrina Guilbeault  ’18 News Editor Right before Thanksgiving break, the Center for International Studies (CIS) received the news that The Institute of International Education ranked Providence College number 10 among Masters’ Colleges & Universities for semester-long study abroad. The…

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  • Congress Updates | Nov.30, 2017

    Congress Updates

    by Connor Nolan ‘19 Student Congress Publicity Old Business The first piece of old business presented before the congress called for appointing a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Council as a liaison to Student Congress. The piece passed…

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  • National and Global News | Nov.30, 2017

    Bursting the Bubble: Tragedy in Egypt

    Death Toll Hits 305 in Egypt’s Worst Modern Massacre by Catherine Brewer ’20 News Staff The death toll hovers at 305, including 27 children, three days after Egypt’s worst modern massacre occurred on Friday, November 24 during the al-Rawdah…

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  • Campus | Nov.30, 2017

    Opportunities for New Student Leaders

    Orientation and Residence Life Applications are Now Available by Gabriella Pisano  ’18 Assistant News Editor With two of the three application deadlines for admission into Providence College past, the  class of 2022 is coming together. As the first semester of…

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