Providence College Morning Mail

March for Life: today’s the last day to register!

January 17, 2020

Today (Friday, Jan 17) is the last day to register for next week’s trip to the March for Life in Washington, DC (Jan 23–24)! Registration closes tonight at 11:59pm. The cost is $65; financial assistance is available. Join fellow PC students, faculty, and Dominicans to stand up for life! Sign up here: prov.ly/pcmarch2020

Last Call for Sacraments

January 17, 2020

Catholic but never received Confirmation? Ever wonder about becoming Catholic? It’s called RCIA, and it’s for you. And it’s not too late to check it out. For more info just email Brother Jordan, OP or Sister Anne Frances, OP .

Mailroom Hours

January 17, 2020

The Mailroom will be open for package pickup this Saturday, January 18th between 9:00am and 11:00am.

Dining Hours for MLK Weekend

January 17, 2020

Alumni Hall, Raymond, Dunkin, and Eaton Street will be open to serve you during MLK weekend. – Click “read more” to see their hours of operation!

Concannon/Peterson MLK Day Hours

January 17, 2020

The Concannon Fitness Center and Peterson Recreation Center will be open from 9am-midnight on Monday 1/20, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Please check the Providence fitDEGREE app for the most up-to-date fitness class schedule.

Day Of Change

January 17, 2020

On MLK Day, Providence College will celebrate the work and themes of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. starting with two in-depth concurrent workshops from 1 to 3 p.m. and concluding with a documentary screening of King in the Wilderness and discussion, from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. The workshop topics include Economic Inequity facilitated by Class Action and Criminal Justice and Mass Incarceration facilitated by The Non-Violence Institute. 

McPhail’s Winter Kickoff – tonight at 8pm

January 17, 2020

Kick off the start of the new semester in McPhail’s! Join BOP in a night of music by DJ Bamf, food and more! Shuttles will be offered from Eaton Street Gate to Slavin. There will be a specialty drink offered for students 21+ with proper id.

Don’t miss Whist and Remember TONIGHT starting at 8 PM in Lower Slavin!

January 17, 2020

TONIGHT is Whist and Remember, an event celebrating 100 years of student events at PC! Come to Lower Slavin to celebrate this once in a lifetime event with us! Play casino games, win some awesome prizes (including Airpods, a Hydroflask, prime tickets to a PC Men’s Basketball game, and more), listen to awesome music while  kicking off the start of the new semester with BOP in McPhail’s, and, as always, eat some great food from places like Insomnia, Wings Over, Food for the Soul, and more! You won’t want to miss this exciting event! 

Don’t miss Trivia Night tomorrow night at 8 in McPhail’s!

January 17, 2020

Come to Trivia Night tomorrow night in McPhail’s starting at 8 PM! Be prepared to show us your knowledge in categories such as Pop Culture, Movies, Sports, General, and more! Come with up to teams of four but don’t worry if you don’t have a team – we’ll place you on one! Members of the first and second place teams will receive gift card prizes! You won’t want to miss this fun event

Football Playoffs this Sunday- January

January 17, 2020

Catch the play off action in McPhails this Sunday. Let’s see who will be going to Super Bowl LIV. Free refreshments.

THURSDAY JANUARY 23 – THE HUMANITIES FORUM HOSTS PHILIP GODUTI, JR.

January 17, 2020

This Thursday, January 23, the Humanities Forum will host Philip Goduti, Jr., Adjunct Assistant Professor of History, Quinnipiac University. A Providence College graduate who has taught at both Quinnipiac and Somers High School for 20 years, Mr. Goduti is an acclaimed teacher, professor, historian, author, and media consultant. He will speak on ‘Dr. King’s Vision of Hope: Confronting Injustice, Poverty, and War’. He has earned multiple Quinnipiac and Somers honors for teaching and was named Connecticut’s 2020 Daughters of the American Revolution Outstanding Teacher of American History. He has published several books and articles related to the history of civil rights and U.S. foreign policy in the 1950s and 1960s. A reception will follow and please see the flyer below. All are welcome!

TDF OPEN AUDITIONS | PETER AND THE STARCATCHER

January 17, 2020

OPEN AUDITIONS For all PC students | MAINSTAGE – PETER AND THE STARCATCHER Directed by Tim Seib. Tuesday, February 18th @ 7:00pm in the Smith Center Lobby. Production Dates: April 3 – 5 & 17 – 19 PLEASE NOTE: CALLBACKS WILL BE THE SAME NIGHT IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE AUDITIONS.

Sophomores! Frozen Friar Ball Tickets On Sale Now!

January 16, 2020

Class of 2022! Please stop by the Slavin Ticket Office to purchase a ticket for our semi-formal dance on January 31st! Tickets are $5 PC Cash only! Hope to see you all there!

Undergraduate Research Grant Applications Due Sunday, Feb. 2

January 16, 2020

Apply to the Undergraduate Research Small Grants Program! The Center for Engaged Learning is accepting applications for both individual and group projects. Information about eligibility, requirements, and what types of expenses funds can cover can be found here. The next deadline for applications is Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020. All applications must be submitted online through the Faculty/Student Resources and Opportunities Application Portal. Please click on Internal User and sign in with your PC network name and password.

NEW CLUB: Providence College Animal Welfare Club (P.A.W.)

January 16, 2020

My name is Katie Kuhl, a current sophomore Biology major in the Neuroscience Program at PC. I’m reaching out to you all today to let you know about the new club created for our PC community! Our club is known as P.A.W. or Providence College Animal Welfare Club. Below, I have included some of our goals for the club. The link below is a google sheets sign up so we can see those who are interested in joining. My executive board and I are excited for a great semester!