July 13, 2020

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  • News | Feb.04, 2010

    Obama Proposes $3.8 Trillion Budget for 2011

    On Monday, Feb. 1, President Barack Obama proposed a $3.8 trillion budget for fiscal 2011, which begins Oct. 1, 2010. According to The Wall Street Journal, the deficit for this year will surge to a record-breaking $1.56 trillion, topping last years’ deficit of $1.41 trillion. The plan will be greater than last year’s due to a proposed jobs package, which would cost $76 billion through 2015.

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  • News | Feb.04, 2010

    Incoming Freshmen Face 15% Tuition Hike

    How much is a Catholic liberal arts education worth? Depending on your class year at Providence College it could be more or less expensive.

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  • News | Feb.04, 2010

    New CIS Policy Sends Scholarships Abroad

    The Center for International Studies has adopted a new policy for study abroad participants. The home school tuition policy states that Providence College institutional financial aid will now be portable for study abroad programs affiliated with the College. “Students will continue to pay PC tuition when they study abroad along with the study abroad fee,” said Adrian Beaulieu, dean of International Studies.

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  • News | Feb.04, 2010

    Girl Scout Cookies for PC ROTC Grads

    At the start of the semester Carissa Carey ’10 kicked off a fundraiser for the Providence College Alumni currently completing their service in the United States Army. Carey is currently partnered with Girl Scout Troop 63 of Providence, her charity, to donate Girl Scout cookies to the PC ROTC graduates.

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  • News | Feb.04, 2010

    Just Waiting for Time to Pass

    Fiction by Dara Plath ’13

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  • News | Feb.04, 2010

    Student Congress Discusses Curriculum

    Student Congress convened on Feb. 2 to discuss proposed changes to the core curriculum at Providence College.

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  • News | Feb.04, 2010

    Leading Nations Pledge Emission Reduction Goals

    In agreement with the Copenhagen Accord, many of the world’s leading nations submitted global emission reduction goals to the United Nations by the Jan. 31 deadline. Submissions were made by 55 out of the 192 countries who signed the Accord, some pledging absolute cuts while others agreed to lower emissions by 2020.

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  • News | Feb.04, 2010

    The Ivory Tusk

    Poem by Alex BetGeorge ’11

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  • News | Feb.03, 2010

    Architecture

    Poem by Blake Bergeron

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  • News | Feb.03, 2010

    How to Kiss: A Lecture

    Fiction by Conor Leary

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