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Students in two global studies classes at Providence College have collected oral histories from immigrants and refugees who have settled in Rhode Island in a project organized by the International Institute of Rhode Island.
Providence College will acquire portions of Huxley Avenue and two side streets near Alumni Hall under an agreement announced by College President Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P. ’80 and the City of Providence.
The contestants in “Iron Chef Dominican 2012” at Providence College — Rev. R. Gabriel Pivarnik, O.P. and Rev. Justin Brophy, O.P. — worked feverishly at their food stations in Raymond Dining Hall, serving 1,700 student meals in 2 hours and 30 minutes.
Rev. Robert Barron delivers address at PC's Commencement Exercises.
‘Leader of Leaders’
Horton Sears ’13 hopes to inspire others through Teach for America.
Deep Friar Roots
Roommates Lynch ’13, Moloy ’13 find home, friendship at PC.
Senior presents research on writer Cormac McCarthy at national conference.
Off to Nepal
Annie Wendel ’13 awarded Fulbright teaching assistantship.
Name of Science
HIV researcher Dr. Robert Gallo ’59 addresses Liberal Arts Honors students.
Lab Coat and a Hammer
Pre-med student Joseph Slattery ’13 honored for Habitat service.
“A Night in Black & White” raises record total of more than $850,000.
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