July 20, 2017

Posts from "News"

  • News | Dec.03, 2015

    Bursting the PC Bubble 12/3/15

    by Patrick Lovett ’17 News Staff Paris Hosts Climate Change Conference A U.N. conference about setting global limits on carbon emissions and limiting global warming began Monday, November 30, outside Paris. The conference features negotiators from 195 countries and 150…

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  • News | Dec.03, 2015

    Active Minds at Ease with New Health Resource

    by Gabriella Pisano ’18 News Staff Feeling stressed lately? How about anxious? Depressed? There is now an online resource for stress, anxiety, and depression available to Providence College students. WellTrack, a new online resource, aims to help students better understand…

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  • News | Dec.03, 2015

    Club Spotlight: Students for Social Action

    by David Toro ’16 News Staff Students for Social Action (SSA) is a newly approved club on campus and is open to anyone with an interest in volunteer work and helping refugees in the Smith Hill community. Julia Averna ’16,…

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  • News | Dec.03, 2015

    Honoring Veterans through Pictures

    by Daria Purdy ’19 News Staff As Veterans Day was celebrated this past November, issues specific to veterans are thrust into the spotlight. One of the challenges veterans have to face is the disconnect from the reality of families and…

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  • News | Dec.03, 2015

    By Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 Assit. News Editor For the past five years, Providence College has been using the PC Prints system as a way to conserve paper and prevent waste. Contrary to popular belief, the efforts made to put a…

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  • News | Dec.02, 2015

    Protest: Race Relations

    by Zak Harvey ’16 News Staff Last week a national dialogue was reignited by the sparks from the events at the University of Missouri where football players and students led protests to replace university administrators. These protests resulted in successfully…

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  • News | Dec.02, 2015

    Heist: FBI Agent Discusses 25-Year Investigation

    by Meaghan Dodson ’17 News Co-Editor Whodunit?  At the Gardner Museum in Boston on March 18, 1990, the single greatest art heist in history was committed.  Thirteen works of art—a collective $500 million—were stolen.  Now, 25 years later, the case…

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  • News | Dec.02, 2015

    Mr. Providence College 2015

    by Sabrina Guilbeault ’18 Asst. News Editor On Saturday, November 14, the Board of Programmers (BOP) brought back the tradition of Mr. Providence College  to PC. The event took place in ‘64 Hall where nine male contestants from different clubs…

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  • News | Dec.02, 2015

    Father Cuddy’s Last “Theology on Tap” Lecture in McPhail’s

    by Sarah Gianni ’18 News Staff What does it take to win at life? This was the question that Father James Cuddy, O.P., answered during his conversation at Theology on Tap. The event took place at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday,…

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  • News | Dec.02, 2015

    Raising Awareness at Diabetes Dinner

    by Daria Purdy ’19 News Staff Students are gathered around tables enjoying delicious food and lively conversation. It seems to be like any other dinnertime gathering; however, the topics on everyone’s minds are not schoolwork or sleep, but rather diabetes…

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