Kaitlyn Hladik '25


News Staff


Congress Update

On Sept. 20, Student Congress welcomed Head of Public Safety Chief Chad Carnegie to our General Assembly meeting to provide updates on the advancements of his department as well as answer questions posed by our members. His updates included that a new public safety officer began working on September 26th, and six more are anticipated […]

Kaitlyn Hladik '25

Providence College Homecoming Weekend

Homecoming is a tradition for Providence College. Friartown welcomed alumni, families and friends of current students, prospective students, and various community members to campus. Homecoming 2022 began on Friday, Sept. 30 with Dueling Piano in McPhail’s, “Friartown After Dark” featuring Eric O’Shea in Mullaney Gym, and the classic Food Truck Friday. Saturday hosted the main […]

Kaitlyn Hladik '25

Student Congress Updates

On Sept. 20, Student Congress welcomed Head of Public Safety Chief Chad Carnegie to our General Assembly meeting to provide updates on the advancements of his department as well as answer questions posed by our members. His updates included that a new public safety officer began working on September 26th, and six more are anticipated […]

Kaitlyn Hladik '25

Queen Elizabeth II Dies: England Loses its Longest Reigning Monarch

The news of Queen Elizabeth II’s death was announced on Sept. 8, 2022 by Buckingham Palace. The UK’s longest-reigning monarch, who presided over the country for seven decades, died at the age of 96. Sean Coughlan, a royal correspondent, in conjunction with George Bowden from BBC News, reported early on Sept. 8 that illness had […]

Kaitlyn Hladik '25

Disparate Representation: Candidate Photographs Play a Role in Local Providence Mayoral Race

Appearance and politics. The influence the media has in the democratic process. The  institutions that continue to have a presence in our daily lives. These are all present regarding the upcoming democratic primary in Providence, Rhode Island. Nirva LaFortune, a current city councilwoman, is opposing Brett Smiley and Gonzalo Cuervo for the upcoming mayoral election. […]

Kaitlyn Hladik '25