Randall Chair on Ethics
Dr. W. David Solomon, a philosopher from Notre Dame, will serve as the Randall Chair for the fall semester.
Off to See the Pope
Students will travel to Philadelphia to see Pope Francis, and a professor will meet him in New York.
The Class of 2019 engages in discussion with Dr. Michael J. Sandel, author of Common Reading book.
A New Year Begins
Academic Convocation on Sept. 2 will mark the official start of the 2015-16 school year.
A Career Edge
SCE’s new program for working adults pairs a bachelor’s degree with a career-related certificate.
From Class to the Screen
A film Neal Mercier ’15 produced as an undergraduate will be screened at the R.I. film festival.
A $1.3 Million Gift
Professor's donation will provide scholarships for computer science majors.
Called by God
Three from PC to study for the priesthood with the Dominican Order.
Getting a Jumpstart
The second Friar Foundations summer bridge program is under way, with 25 students taking part.
PC Physician Assistants
PC students who meet criteria will get preferred admission to JWU's Physician Assistant Program.
PC in the Solomons
Students join Bishop Christopher Cardone, O.P. ’80 in volunteer mission to the South Pacific.
Mike Leonard’s Reunion
Filmmaker discusses his latest TV show about providence with classmates at Reunion Weekend.
Forging, Nurturing Ties
Students, including scholarship recipients, build rapport with alumni of color at first-time event.
College on the Road
Maymester courses send students from the classroom to Japan, England, and Ghana.
More than 1,000 alumni and guests expected for Reunion Weekend, May 29-31.
A Friar First, Always
Security Officer Michael A. Lannon ’04SCE loved his “vocation” and Providence College.
The Year in Review
The 2014-15 academic year was packed with news highlights. Check them out.
Darlene Love sings her message at PC’s 97th Commencement Exercises.
Only One Choice
Impressed by his father’s work ethic, Alexander Acunzo ’15 settled upon PC at age 5.
A Triple Play
Andrew Sayer ’15 has three majors, two minors, and a prestigious national history prize.
Persistence Pays Off
Precious Ansah ’15 begins a graduate program in social work the day after commencement.
Four members of the Class of 2015 are gratified by their experiences as academic tutors.
Two-sport athlete Anna Russian heads to sociology doctorate program after PC.
'An Inspiration to All'
With her guide dog, Otis, Jessica Laurie ’15 completes a bachelor’s degree and an internship.
Two seniors, both Spanish scholars, will travel abroad with the help of prestigious Fulbright Awards.
One Honor, Two Paths
Co-valedictorians Joseph Day ’15 and Mason Sciotti ’15 find sharp contrasts in their post-PC plans.
Preference for the Poor
Rev. Gustavo Gutiérrez, O.P., who introduced the term “liberation theology,” discusses its impact on the world today.
Marketing Road Trip
Thirteen students, including 3 from the MBA Program, tour Mass. agencies in daylong tour.
Time for Dante
Divine Comedy marathon to take place all day Thursday in the Ruane Center.
Journey to the Top
An updated 3-year plan piggybacks on the successes of the College’s Strategic Plan.
Danielle Waldron ’15 alters career focus after writing a national report with faculty.
Historian and Scholar
Truman Book Award winner Rev. Wilson Miscamble, C.S.C. to present Delasanta Lecture.
'Winning Game Plan'
Arthur Ryan ’63 backs PCSB for its ‘winning game plan,’ commitment to the liberal arts.
The Undergraduate Research Grant Program expands support to student group projects.
NCAA Record Holder
Graduate student Emily Sisson ’14 breaks the national collegiate women’s indoor 5,000-meter record.
‘History Runs Backward’
Historian Taylor Branch engages College community in discussion about civil rights, democracy.
#take5 for Lent
Campus Ministry leads campaign to encourage the College community to spend 5 minutes praying daily during Lent.
A Scholarly Anniversary
Dr. Roger Carmosino celebrates 40 years as the editor of an international research journal.
From Basketball to Obama
Dr. Sheila Harrity ’87 describes how PC helped her become National High School Principal of the Year.
Students in two choral groups to perform in Vienna, Salzburg, and Prague this spring.
Mystery Novel Twists
John J. Partridge ’61 incorporates PC and a fictitious Dominican into his latest book.
Banking on Success
Bank of America's CEO shares insights on leadership, values, service with PC students and guests.
Getting to Know Them
Students tell the stories of immigrants and refugees in a unique course experience.
Taylor Branch to Visit
Civil rights author will lecture, meet students, and offer faculty workshop on Feb. 10.
Nearly 775 alumni and students interact in a series of career-oriented opportunities.
Special-education teacher Kate Raffile ’04 is thrilled to do research in New Zealand.
Aquinas Lecture postponed
Lecture marking the feast day of St. Thomas Aquinas will be held in March due to inclement weather.
He Made an Impact
Providence College community mourns the death of Fernando Morales ’18.
MLK Day Teach-in
PC community to honor civil rights leader’s memory through dialogue about his legacy, politics, and racism.
A Historic Gift for PCSB
Alumnus Arthur W. Ryan ’63 and his wife, Patricia, to donate $5 million to create a new home for the College’s School of Business.
Friar Role Models
Student-athletes empower local girls in activity-based development program.
A Chance to Network
Alumni-student events planned in California, Boston, New York, and Providence.
He’s a Filmmaker, Too
Mark F. Brady, M.D. ’02 produces a documentary on emergency medicine that will air on RI-PBS.
Helping Santa Out
Dirigo leadership honor society sponsors Santa Shop to benefit Providence families.
NASA research program veteran Eric Lebel ’15 to present data at conference.
NCAA ‘Final Four’
PC’s men’s soccer team faces a huge challenge in UCLA in tourney's College Cup.
Lessons & Carols
Annual celebration of Advent to take place Saturday in St. Dominic Chapel.
Gone too Soon
Memorial Mass is Friday for Siobhán Ross, beloved technology coordinator.
Immersed in Research
Students in 4 disciplines display, discuss projects at Sigma Xi poster session.
Dr. Seann P. Mulcahy receives American Chemical Society grant to support research on crude oil derivatives.
What a Weekend
Tourney titles, All-America honors top a thrilling two-day showing by athletics teams.
The 'Aeneid' Aloud
Continuing a new tradition, students and faculty read Virgil’s epic poem aloud for 12 hours.
'The God Factor'
Medicine and spirituality to be topic of St. Albert the Great Lecture.
A Scholar Remembered
Latin American scholars honor the late Rev. Edward L. Cleary, O.P. for his work in the field.
Leading with Values
PC to host fourth annual conference for R.I. college students on Saturday, Nov. 8.
A Play for Veterans
PC professor adapts “Ajax” for modern audiences in outreach to returning veterans.
Rabbi to Lecture
Theological Exchange on Wednesday, Nov. 5, to feature Rabbi James Rosenberg.
Happy Birthday, Feinstein!
PC’s Feinstein Institute of Public Service commemorates 20 years of community service and academic study.
Weber on Mercy
Kerry Weber ’04 presents Distinguished Alumna Address at Liberal Arts Honors Convocation.
Comedy Front and Center
More than 30 students have roles in “The Imaginary Invalid,” to be presented over two weekends.
James Drinan J.D. ’78 takes on a new role as executive director of the American Planning Association.
ALS Hits Home
Employee Peter Weiblen says PC community ‘like family’ during his illness.
A New Mission
After a career as a contractor, Rev. James M. Sullivan ’82, discovers newfound joy.
A Writer’s Insight
Randall Professor Kathleen Norris discusses writing, spirituality in lecture.
Day of Play
Area schoolchildren get creative at Entrepreneurial Society’s second annual event.
Listening to Love
Singer Darlene Love shares her story of success, rebirth, and faith.
Public and community service studies major Gretta Schaaf ’15 wins Newman Civic Fellows Award.
Hear Love’s Story
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Darlene Love will talk to PC students on Friday.
Celebrate with Us
PC launches a major fundraising campaign with a party Saturday night.
Five Years Running
Members of the PC community will raise money for scholarships through the Friar 5K.
Study abroad information sessions, lectures to mark International Education Week.
A Nice Ring to It
The Class of 2015 rings in a new tradition with Senior Ring Weekend.
Ice Bucket Challenge
Watch as Father Shanley and PC community raise funds, awareness for ALS research.
The Fall Career Expo, the premier career program of the academic year, is set for Sept. 24.
PC offers bystander training to help keep members of the Friar family safe.
Faculty use College grants to fund research in the humanities, sciences.
It’s about Community
New students, faculty gather for Academic Convocation, the official start of the academic year.
Summer at Woods Hole
Four students spend the summer doing research in the lab of Dr. Joseph A. DeGiorgis.
Part of the Cancer Puzzle
With another NIH grant, Rev. Nicanor Austriaco O.P. can train even more undergraduate students to become cancer researchers.
Back to School
The academic year begins with the arrival of 1,037 freshmen and 21 new tenure-track faculty.
State of the Art
Dr. Deborah Johnson’s research demonstrates the economic impact of the arts in R.I.
Starting with Service
Nearly 200 students start their freshman year with service around Providence through Urban Action, FaithWorks.
25 members of the Class of 2018 spent 5 weeks on campus this summer, earning credits while learning about college life.
Friars on Tires
PC’s Cycling Team finished in the top half of its conference in its first year.
Dr. Nuria Alonso García will spend a sabbatical year in Saint Petersburg, Russia, thanks to a Fulbright Award.
Biology students can observe nature at work at a bio-retention garden featuring native plants.
Friar Food Rescue, which delivers excess food from PC dining halls to the hungry, expands and evolves.
New Research Funding
Four students receive inaugural Walsh Fellowships for chemistry, biology research.
Freshmen, transfer students will read and discuss Outliers this summer.
Music for all
Music students teach piano lessons to children and gain some education skills in the process.
Back to Campus
Alumni gather for Reunion Weekend, enjoying WaterFire, barbecue, and awards brunch.
A Summer Abroad
For 11 Father Smith Fellows, summer means study, service around the world.
Accountancy students and alumni enjoy networking while sprucing up agency’s property.
Bryce the Student
Basketball star Bryce Cotton ’14 made his mark in the classroom, too.
Creativity, curiosity, and enthusiasm define Alanna Smith ’14, the College’s latest Fulbright recipient.
A Faith Deepened
Saadia Ahmad ’14, Muslim student on a Catholic campus, introduced Interfaith Dialogue Group.
Forever a Friar
Cowl columnist Matt Santos ’14, who majored in English and biology, was accepted early to Brown’s medical school.
A resourceful Sarah J. Michel ’14 excitedly awaits joining global food giant Nestlé.
A Legacy of Service
Dave O’Connor ’14 started community service initiatives that will continue long after he graduates.
While excelling at PC, Taiwo Adefiyiju ’14 encouraged students at her former high school in Providence.
Life in the Lab
Ryan Post ’14 spends three years on neuroscience research, authors three papers published in scientific journals.