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provcollege876 likesHere are some @pcathletics highlights that we’re celebrating as 2019 draws to a close, including @friarshockey reaching the Frozen Four, @providencewbb’s success in the WNIT, and @pcmsoccer in the…View Post
providencecolOn the PC #Podcast: Brother Lawrence Goyette, FSC ’72 & ’07Hon., founder of San Miguel School: Providence, and San Miguel graduate Francisco Vera Nicola ’20, who share how their lives have changed as a result of their San Miguel experiences.
providencecolHere are some athletics highlights that we’re celebrating as 2019 draws to a close, including @FriarsHockey reaching the Frozen Four, @ProvidenceWBB‘s success in the WNIT, and @PCFriarsMSoccer in the Sweet Sixteen.
provcollege899 likesProvidence College alumni do so much to make Friartown proud! Click our link in bio to learn about the Riccobono Academic Resilience Faculty Fellowship mini-grants, a new program funded by Chris…View Post
provcollege656 likesThroughout the past year, faculty at Providence College were recognized for their skills, expertise, and research, including Dr. Kathleen Cornely of @PC_chemistry, who contributed to life-saving…View Post
provcollege919 likesIn 2019, students at @provcollege received prestigious fellowships to conduct research and to teach abroad, studied baseball statistics, and used new technology such as virtual reality to explore…View Post
providencecolThroughout the past year, @providencecol faculty have been recognized for their achievements, such as the lifesaving research of @CornelyKathleen of @PCChemTweets, and award-winning writer @EcOsondu of the Department of English. https://t.co/dEnwXKDFkEView Post
providencecolLooking back at 2019: PC students won awards and fellowships, used virtual reality to explore world heritage sites, and sought answers to questions about breast cancer treatment, light sources for people in developing nations, and baseball statistics.
provcollegeprovcollege588 likesTake a look back at the top @provcollege moments of 2019. Your gift to The Fund for Providence College by Dec. 31 will help create even more great memories in 2020. Make a gift: prov.ly/givetoPC2019…View Post
providencecolTake a look back at the top @providencecol moments of 2019. Your gift to The Fund for Providence College by Dec. 31 will help create even more great memories in 2020. Make a gift: https://t.co/1QfMfe01Ui https://t.co/Ln7d8nt7QBView Post
providencecolA lot of interesting things happened in and around Friartown in 2019 … https://t.co/oF0pekckpiView Post
provcollegeprovcollege894 likesSuddenly there was a multitude of the heavenly host, praising God and saying: "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to those upon whom his favor rests." (Luke 2:13-14)View Post
providencecolSuddenly there was a multitude of the heavenly host, praising God and saying: "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to those upon whom his favor rests." (Luke 2:13-14) https://t.co/Ta5vgYKS1pView Post
provcollegeprovcollege683 likesLooking back at 2019, and the College’s presidential announcement: “Congratulations to Rev. Kenneth R. Sicard ’78 & ’82G, who will become Providence College’s 13th president. His term will…View Post
providencecolReminder: Providence College’s offices will be closed beginning Monday, Dec. 23. We will reopen on Thursday, Jan. 2, after New Year’s Day. See you in 2020! https://t.co/w6FbszkwZJView Post
providencecolOn the PC #Podcast: Rev. James F. Quigley, O.P. ’60, a chaplain for @PC_alumni, shares two timely homilies as Christians prepare to celebrate the birth of Jesus — a reflection on the holy season of Advent and Father’s Christmas homily. https://t.co/zWMMlAO1zpView Post
providencecolLooking back at 2019: In October, Rev. Kenneth R. Sicard, O.P. ’78 & ’82G, executive vice president and treasurer of Providence College since 2005, was named the College’s 13th president. His five-year term will begin on July 1, 2020.