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Elizabeth Ward ’15 and Michael Splann ’19 – Insights from the PC Office of Admission

What does test-optional mean for the application review process? How are families navigating financial aid this year? Where should you really make dinner reservations ...

A Conversation with Ernie D

Friar basketball icon Ernie DiGregorio ’73 discusses his life in basketball and Star with a Broken Heart, the paperback reprint of his 2020 memoir. The stories from th...

Delbanco's Deliberations

The start of the semester is a time to reflect on the question: What is this all about? What are we up to at Providence College and in higher education in general? Wha...

Border Reflections: Unaccompanied Children, Immigration, and Mental Health

Sometimes, faculty research mirrors the headlines. Robert Hasson III, assistant professor of social work, studies immigration and mental health. On this episode of the...

Sean Duggan '93 — The secret of Irish surfing

With International Surfing Day on June 17, it's the perfect time to learn more about Keep It a Secret, a documentary produced and directed by Sean Duggan '93. The film...

Friartown Royalty: Lenny Wilkens ’60, ’80Hon. (Re-Broadcast)

With the start of the NBA Finals last week, we revisit our conversation with basketball legend Lenny Wilkens ’60, ’80Hon. A Hall of Fame player and coach, Wilkens shar...

Providing Leadership on Beacon Hill - Lauren Jones ’05

Lauren Jones ’05, the Massachusetts Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development, discusses her pathway from PC to a leadership role in Gov. Maura Healey’s cabinet. Se...

2023 Commencement Weekend

In this week’s podcast, we celebrate the Providence College Class of 2023 with a selection of remarks and addresses from a weekend series of events on May 19, 20, and ...

Catching up with Happiness Expert Laurie Santos, Ph.D. ’21Hon.

What’s the secret to happiness? Cognitive scientist and Yale professor Laurie Santos, Ph.D. ’21Hon. will tell you it’s no secret — it’s science. Two years after she fi...

Hashim Hassan '23 — Musically inclined

Music technology and production major Hashim Hassan '23, who was born in New York but grew up in Qatar, began studying violin at the age of five. On the Providence Col...

Timothy P. Flanigan, M.D. ’16Hon., ’18G — The humanities and health crises

Timothy P. Flanigan, M.D. '16Hon., '18G, the former chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Brown University's Warren Alpert Medical School, presented this yea...

Lifelong learner — Brenda Chapman McGill, Ph.D. '75

Brenda Chapman McGill, Ph.D. '75 shares stories about her experience as one of the first women — and very few women of color — to enroll at Providence College in 1971 ...

Friartown Royalty: Lenny Wilkens ’60, ’80Hon.

A conversation with basketball legend Lenny Wilkens ’60, ’80Hon. A Hall of Fame player and coach, Wilkens shared stories from his NBA career, his time as a PC student-...

Anna E. Lavoie Memorial Lecture — Brianna Abbott ’17 and Mallary Tenore ’07

If you missed this year’s Anna E. Levoie Memorial Lecture, catch up on the Providence College Podcast. Hear Brianna Abbott ’17 and Mallary Tenore ’07 discuss science a...

On the air - Sean Dufresne ’23

Sean Dufresne ’23 leads a group of students expanding sports play-by-play opportunities on WDOM radio. A psychology major who is among the first students in PC’s commu...

Kelly Roosa Cohen '00 — Finding a home in real estate

On this episode of the Providence College Podcast, Kelly Roosa Cohen '00 of Cohen Closing & Title describes the evolution of her business from its founding in 2015 to ...

When dreams come true: Abby Mansolillo '21

2022 was a busy year for Abby Mansolillo '21, because she was crowned Miss Rhode Island in May and competed in the Miss America pageant in December — all while attendi...

Transitions — Danika Bebe '23

Danika Bebe '23, a former head dream coach for the Transitions Program, joins us on the Providence College Podcast to discuss how the pre-orientation program for multi...

Friar Foundations: Satoya Isophe '24 and Myles Johnson '24

Satoya Isophe '24 and Myles Johnson '24 join us on the podcast to discuss their work as mentors for the Friar Foundations program, which helps to ease the transition f...

(Re-Broadcast) Her Honor, Our Guest: Judge Melissa DuBose ’90

As Black History Month draws to a close, revisit our conversation with Judge Melissa DuBose ’90, a product of Providence in every sense.She grew up in the Mount Hope s...

Rev. Dr. Anderson Clary, Jr. '69 — Faith, love, and basketball

Get to know Rev. Dr. Anderson Clary, Jr. ’69, who was honored last week with Providence College's MLK Vision Award, recognizing people who advance the principles embod...

From Friar to Founder - Jon Mason '96

When competing with the big players in the beverage industry proved to be challenging, Jon Mason '96 pivoted his energy drink company into a lifestyle brand. We chat w...

Patricia Smith – Celebrated Poet

Patricia Smith, an award-winning author of eight critically acclaimed books of poetry and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, visited Providence this fall. Smith was th...

From Page to Screen - Paul Tremblay '93

The Providence College Podcast caught up with Paul Tremblay ’93 just days after he attended the red-carpet premiere of M. Night Shyamalan’s Knock at the Cabin, an adap...

Marketing and musicals — Catherine Moran '23

Marketing major Catherine Moran '23 discusses how the Chirico Career Center helped her land a summer internship at Trailblaze Marketing in Providence. Moran also share...

Royalty and Research - Kathryn Lamontagne, Ph.D. '01, '03G

Curious what it was like to work for the Queen? Historian Kathryn Lamontagne, Ph.D. ’01, ’03G worked in the Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace and joins the Provid...

MLK Scholars: Emily Kim '26 and Justin Andries '23

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, get to know two recipients of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. scholarship, Emily Kim '26 and Justin Andries '23. Kim, an undeclared ...

Political Division, Then and Now: Darra Mulderry, Ph.D.

Given the country’s current hostile political climate, it can feel like American politics is polarized to a historic degree. This week, the Providence College Podcast ...

Civ in London – Stephanie Boeninger, Ph.D. & Margaret Manchester, Ph.D. ’83G (Rebroadcast)

Prepare for the new year by revisiting on our most popular episodes of the Providence College Podcast in 2022: our conversation with the faculty directors of the Civ i...

Homilies of the Season

In this special edition of the Providence College podcast, we present a compilation of weekly homilies offered by our Dominican fathers during Advent, concluding with ...

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