July 13, 2020

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  • News | Apr.15, 2010

    Coach Reacts to Players’ Transgressions

    With all eyes pointed towards the Men’s basketball team, Head Coach Keno Davis was just as shocked as anyone else on campus by Johnny Lacey’s ’13 and James Still’s ’13 actions.

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  • News | Apr.15, 2010

    Relay Raises Over $130,000

    The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life kicked off on the eve of March 27, with three major themes: celebrate, remember, and fight back. With over 114 participating teams, there were more than 1,000 students camped out in the Peterson Field House relaying for life and raising money to fight cancer. The Providence College chapter of Relay for Life ultimately raised $130,587.

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  • News | Apr.15, 2010

    Congress Talks Business

    Congress was visited by Dr. Sue Lehrman, dean of the School of Business, on Tuesday, April 13. She explained the main initiative that the School of Business hopes to achieve in the next two years: accreditation. The process for accreditation takes approximately eight years, and Providence College has been working towards it for the past six years.

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  • News | Apr.15, 2010

    Attorney General Seeks Support for Gubenatorial Run

    Coming from a large family, Attorney General Patrick Lynch learned that he needed to speak up if he wanted to be heard.

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  • News | Apr.15, 2010

    Class Election Results

    Here are the class election results.

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  • News | Apr.15, 2010

    Shanley Talks About Future; Nonnamaker Career Services

    Congress hosted special guests these past few weeks. Rev. Brain J. Shanley, O.P., president of Providence College and John Nonnamaker, executive director of the Office of Career Services, were invited to speak at Congress meetings that were held in March and in April.

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  • News | Apr.15, 2010

    ANGEL Switches to New System

    Providence College faculty members have finally grown accustomed to the ins and outs of ANGEL. Soon, however, students and faculty will have to become familiar with another learning system since ANGEL has been sold to another company, Blackboard.The College has a contract with ANGEL that guarantees usage until July of 2012. Until that time, students and faculty will continue to use this system without seeing any major changes.

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  • News | Apr.15, 2010

    Curry to Deliver Commencement Address, Three Others to Recieve Honorary Degrees

    Four distinguished individuals—two of whom are Providence College alumni—will receive honorary degrees at the College’s Ninety-Second Commencement Exercises on Sunday, May 16, at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center.

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  • News | Apr.15, 2010

    New Core Curriculum Passes in Senate After Amendments

    After two hours of discussion, Faculty Senate celebrated with champagne yesterday afternoon after it passed the proposed bill changing the core curriculum. The final vote was 28 votes in favor of the bill and one vote against it. The bill will now proceed to the desk of Rev. Brian J. Shanleys, O.P., president of Providence College. Shanley could not attend the Senate meeting because he is California this week. However, Hugh Lena, Ph.D., provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, spoke on behalf of Shanley.

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  • News | Apr.15, 2010

    New Tests for Safety

    At Providence College, safety comes first. Members of the student body had a chance to preview a revolutionary security system called the IntelliGuard System on April 13 and 14.

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