July 13, 2020

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  • News | Feb.11, 2010

    Student Alumni Association

    Between 30 and 35 students will be given the chance to swap PC stories at exclusive alumni events, as well as gain leadership roles, and networking opportunities in a new club beginning this year. The Student Alumni Association [SAA] will help keep an active relationship between students and alumni, as well as prepare students for their future as alumni leaders.

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  • News | Feb.11, 2010

    Jaundrill Expands History Department with Eastern Expertise

    Professor Colin D. Jaundrill has joined the Providence College community as a professor in the Department of History. With an expertise in pre-modern East Asia, Jaundrill is fluent in Japanese.”PC has been lots of fun,” said Jaundrill. “Students have helped me along. Before coming here to teach, I was as nervous as anyone.”

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  • News | Feb.11, 2010

    Environment Top Priority for Congress

    Student Congress is going green. It voted 32 to zero in favor of the formation of a Committee for Environmental Sustainability through the Office of Environmental Health and Safety, this week.

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  • News | Feb.11, 2010

    Board of Trustees Discusses Curriculum

    The Board of Trustees tackled everything from Red Cup to Development of Western Civilization while on campus last week for a round of meetings.

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  • News | Feb.11, 2010

    UNDER THE LIGHT:

    As spring break rapidly approaches, many students are making trips to tanning salons to get that desired sun-kissed glow. In order to raise awareness about the prevalence of skin cancer, and deter students from stepping into tanning beds, Colleges against Cancer, Health Education and Wellness, and Simply Healthy co-sponsored a presentation by Meghan Rothschild on Feb. 9 in Slavin G01.

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  • News | Feb.10, 2010

    Deal Between Britain and Northern Ireland

    Tommy Cody ’13 / World Staff After months of heated dispute and little hope of reaching an agreement, Prime Ministers Gordon Brown of Britain and Brian Cowen of Ireland helped seal a deal between Northern Ireland’s two big political parties.…

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  • News | Feb.10, 2010

    Scandal in British Parliament

    According to BBC, three Labour Members of Parliament (MPs) and one Tory peer will face criminal charges regarding their expenses.

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  • News | Feb.10, 2010

    Ode to a Snow Day

    Ahh, the snow day. That anxiously awaited miracle where winter weather so graciously intercedes on our behalf to free us temporarily of the burden of hauling ourselves to class. I consider myself particularly lucky to have experienced two such phenomena during my time here at PC. Last year I was halfway to my 8:30 class before I received the “everything’s cancelled” call, so I commend PC for calling off classes ahead of time.

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  • News | Feb.10, 2010

    Protests Break Out in Greece

    On Wednesday, Feb. 10, civil service workers held a large, peaceful one-day protest against officials due to the financial crisis.

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  • News | Feb.10, 2010

    Maghavat

    Poetry by Bobby Bretz ’12

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