January 19, 2019

Posts from "Campus"

  • Campus | Sep.27, 2018

    In Memoriam: Rev. William David Folsey, O.P.

    By Hannah Langley ’21 On Saturday, September 23, Reverend William David Folsey, O.P., passed away at the age of 85.  Rev. Folsey, originally from Trenton, Vermont, received his bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Providence College.  After being ordained in 1957, he…

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  • Campus | Sep.27, 2018

    PC Debate Team Competes in Novice Competition

    By Malena Aylwin ’22 This past Friday, Boston University held their first debate competition of the season, Boston University Novice. Brown University, Harvard University, Boston University, Tufts University, Brandeis Univeristy, and Providence College were amongst the participants in the competition.…

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  • Campus | Sep.27, 2018

    Featured Friar: Rita Murphy ’19

    By Kendall Carol ’20 In the midst of the overwhelming nature of college, students often struggle to stay afloat.   Rita Murphy ’19 has undoubtedly encountered some chaos throughout her time at Providence College, but she has also fostered…

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  • Campus | Sep.21, 2018

    PC Debate Society Looks to National Stage

    by Anthony Bateman ’21 News Staff The Providence College Debate Society is looking forward to their first competition of the year this Friday, September 21, at 4:30 p.m. at Boston University. The Debate Society is the longest running club in…

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  • Congress Updates | Sep.20, 2018

    Providence College Student Congress

    By Emili Castro Rodriguez ’21   On Tuesday, September 18, the 69th Student Congress welcomed four public speakers for two different causes. The first pair of speakers were the friendly Father Bonaventure, O.P., and our very own class of 2021 president,…

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  • National and Global News | Sep.20, 2018

    Tropical Storm Florence Wreaks Havoc In the Carolinas

    By Hannah Langley ’21   Natural disasters are a horrible and scary reality that the whole world must face at one time or another.  This past weekend, Tropical Storm Florence hit both North and South Carolina. The result has been catastrophic,…

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  • National and Global News | Sep.20, 2018

    Accusations Against Brett Kavanuagh Escalate

    By Micaela Freeman ’20   Brett Kavanaugh, judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, is currently under investigation during his confirmation into the Supreme Court.  Nominated by President Trump, Kavanaugh has recently been charged with…

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  • National and Global News | Sep.20, 2018

    Rhode Island Partakes in Primary Elections

    By Micaela Freeman ’20   Rhode Island’s midterm primary election occurred this week, and the Democratic trifecta state, will see in the general November election.  The Wednesday election was open to all Rhode Island residents, including members of the Providence College…

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  • Campus | Sep.20, 2018

    Chill With the Fitness Center During National Yoga Month

    By Samuel Ward ’21   Every year since 2008, the United States has recognized September as National Yoga Month. In recognition of this, the Concannon Fitness Center is offering a number of yoga classes and events in the upcoming weeks. The…

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  • Campus | Sep.20, 2018

    Slavin 108 Brings In Updates For New Year

    By Thomas Edwards ’20   The Center for Career Education & Professional Development is implementing new programs and resources this year. One of the major programs being brought in is Handshake, which is replacing eFriars as the Center’s main job…

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