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providencecolIn just 24 hours, the PC community has stepped up to provide 1,000 masks for PC students. If we receive 4,000 orders by Aug. 21, we’ll ensure that every student has an extra mask for the fall semester. Join the campaign: https://t.co/C5KBINfxFp #FriarsProtectFriars https://t.co/zhIBfooVYqView Post
providencecolGet a sneak peek at the ways Friartown has changed to keep students safe in the fall. For more details about the College’s fall reopening plan, go to https://t.co/EHgWnaWL4T. https://t.co/BwPpnhYlthView Post
providencecolRead about Donovan, his work in the @NBA, and the $1 million gift he and his wife, Christine D’Auria Donovan ’86, made to create one of two basketball practice courts in the new Ruane Friar Development Center. #GoFriarshttps://prov.ly/2QrNGqX https://t.co/wIcsP2v5KgView Post
providencecolMissed Dr. @DanaDillon‘s session, “Anti-Racism as a Necessary Christian Virtue,” discussing virtue ethics and Catholic social tradition, as part of the @PC_IDEI Anti-Racism Summer Series? Listen on the PC #Podcast:
providencecolRT @PC_Alumni: Congratulations to Beatriz Forster ’13, now Sister Paulina Forster ’13! Read more about Sister Paulina’s journey to becoming…View Post
providencecolRegister for @PC_IDEI‘s next Anti-Racism Summer Series session, "Policing, Race, and Potential for Change," with @pvdcitycouncil‘s Kat Kerwin & Eugene Monteiro of the Providence External Review Authority. https://t.co/Tem0aJ1bEM
providencecolDespite the global pandemic, some students are conducting #PCresearch on campus. Learn about @PsychologyPc researcher Brooke Vitulli ’22 and her @EngagedatPC-funded study of the impact of parental coping strategies on children’s behavior.
providencecolRegister for the next @PC_IDEI Anti-Racism Summer Series workshop, "Self Reflection & Anti-Racism: A Conversation for White Folks," with Kaitlyn O’Malley of @ProvCollege_OAS and Melissa Mardo of @feinsteinpc.
providencecolOn the PC #Podcast: Stanley Cup-winning hockey executive + television commentator Brian Burke ’77 (@Burkie2020), discusses the upcoming @NHL season as well as the @YouCanPlayTeam, which promotes inclusion for LGBTQ+ athletes, coaches, & fans. #GoFriars
providencecol"We can do justice in ensuring that every member of the Providence College family is treated with dignity and respect. We should strive for mercy and the ability to forgive the mistakes that we inevitably will make." Rev. Kenneth R. Sicard, O.P. ’78 & ’82G https://t.co/YUksSsrlbCView Post
providencecolIt’s National #IceCream Month all month, so you can still enjoy Brickley’s Ice Cream, owned by @PC_Alumni Steve Brophy ’81 and his wife, Christina (Murphy) Brophy ’83, at their Narragansett, R.I., location. https://t.co/81urcwTJl6View Post
providencecolPC graduate students can enroll in a new certificate program in sports management with tracks through the @PCBizSchool or the School of Professional Studies. https://t.co/3ic9rbMOUCView Post
providencecolIf you missed the first presentation of @PC_IDEI‘s Anti-Racism Summer Series, catch up with the PC Podcast.
Dr. Saaid Mendoza of @psychologyPC also serves as faculty-in-residence for @PC_IDEI and director of the Social Perception & Attitudes Lab. https://t.co/c2qKrZJB0k
providencecolRT @PC_Alumni: Happy 65th birthday to Alumni Hall. 🎂 Enjoy a video of the building’s construction and dedication, which took place on July…View Post
providencecolFather Sicard expresses solidarity with international students and outlines actions the College has taken to advocate on their behalf. https://t.co/2zF15fp0WqView Post
providencecolCongratulations to Ann Manchester-Molak ’75, who Father Sicard has appointed as executive vice president, the second-highest administrative position at the College. She is the first woman to hold the post in College history.
providencecolDr. James Waters (@lovetheants) and his @FriarBiology students are searching manmade and natural habitats in Rhode Island for as many species of the insect as they can find. So far, the team has identified 37 kinds of ants in Providence alone. https://t.co/oOTlUDUxDmView Post