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Family Day is here!

If you are an accepted student in the Class of 2018, please join us this Saturday, April 12th, for PC’s annual Family Day! This is an excellent opportunity to see all that PC has to offer as you make your final decision for college. With the May 1st deadline approaching rapidly, the best advice I can give any accepted student is to visit all the colleges that you’re still interested in. Even if you find that PC isn’t your top choice, it’s better to figure that out before you sign the dotted line. Conversely, you might be reluctant to visit at first but end up realizing that PC is your top choice.

PC pulls out all the stops for Family Day. It begins this Friday night with the Liberal Arts Honors Program dinner and Multicultural Overnight program (both by invitation only). On Saturday, there are campus tours, city tours, department panels, mock Civ lectures, and open houses of pretty much every campus building. There is also morning Mass available followed by a welcome ceremony in the Mullaney Gym. You’ll even get a chance to see a dorm, which isn’t always a part of normal campus tours. Keep an eye out for the 2014 Big East Championship trophy on display near Mullaney…

Every Admission Ambassador will be on call this weekend, so just look for the people in the gray polo shirts if you have any questions. I’ll be working registration all morning and then mingling with families at lunch. I look forward to welcoming you and your families to campus!

Click here to see the schedule of events and to access the registration form if you haven’t signed up yet!

New Students, New Board

Somewhere in this box are the 20-ish new students we will be selecting for BOP '14-'15!

First, congratulations to all the new members of the Class of 2018! I hope you enjoyed receiving a big envelope in the mail and that you'll consider Providence College for the next four years. This post is dedicated to some big updates from … [Continue reading]

The 2014 PC Spring Concert is…

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 At long last, it's official. The popular EDM group ("electronic dance music," Mom and Dad) Krewella will be coming to Providence College on Monday, April 28, 2014, in the Peterson Recreation Center with the opening act Radical Something. BOP's … [Continue reading]

Happy Spring Break!

I just wanted to take the time to wish everyone at PC a relaxing spring break. Whether you are taking some time off to catch up on sleep and homework (me), traveling abroad on a immersion trip or with the Honors Program, heading to New Orleans with … [Continue reading]

The Providence Place Mall

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One of the perks of PC is its proximity to the Providence Place Mall, a huge shopping center just ten minutes from campus via the RIPTA public bus. There are over 150 stores on three massive floors------see the photo below to get a sense of the size. … [Continue reading]

Technology at PC

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Although this post will not appear on my blog until the weekend, I am currently writing it during the third snow day of the semester------unprecedented in my short time at PC. Just a fun fact to start with. Anyway, the topic of this post comes from … [Continue reading]

PC Vantage Points

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Providence College Vantage Points is a new feature of the PC website that showcases the best of what the college has to offer. Since the completion of the Ruane Center, the new Campus Green on Slavin Lawn, and the launch of the revised Core … [Continue reading]

BOP Presents: “Diversity According to South Park & Family Guy”

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Happy Super Bowl Sunday, everyone. This week's post is dedicated to an upcoming BOP event that I have been planning since last May------going abroad had forced me to take some time off from event planning. On February 11th, BOP will be hosting … [Continue reading]

Hitting the Ground Running

What the campus looked like when my class ended early at 4:30 P.M.

After a restful winter break, it's back to PC for my sixth (!) semester. Similar to junior year in high school, junior year in college is the time when the workload, both academic and extracurricular, becomes nearly unbearable. In addition to school, … [Continue reading]

At Rejse Er At Leve

A sunset on one of my last days in Denmark

The title of this post, pronounced "at RYE-suh air at LEE-vuh," comes from Danish author H.C. Andersen. The translation, one that was taught to me in Danish class early in the semester, is "To travel is to live." I can think of no better quote to … [Continue reading]

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