A FAMILIAR RING
MAYBE YOU NEVER TAKE IT OFF.
Have you made your reunion gift yet?
Maybe you keep it in a safe place at home.
Either way, your Providence College ring is an enduring symbol of
tradition and unity. A tangible reminder of the four years you spent at
PC — when Friars became friends and friends became family. A powerful
and unique tribute to memories made and memories yet to come.
More than 2,100 alumni and guests enjoyed Reunion Weekend from Friday, May 30, to Sunday, June 1, at Providence College.
A highlight was the viewing of the WaterFire lighting from Waterplace Restaurant on Friday night with entertainment by PC’s student Jazz Band. The weekend concluded with Mass in St. Dominic Chapel and a brunch on Sunday morning. In between, there were class-specific events for alumni who graduated in years ending in 4 and 9.
The Class of 1964 marked its 50th reunion with a Golden Friar Mass followed by a dinner in Slavin Center ’64 Hall, a room named for the class. The Class of 1974 took a creative approach with a progressive dinner, consuming courses in different locations on campus, including the Slavin Center Atrium, Smith Center for the Arts, and the new Ruane Center for the Humanities.
An Instagram contest engaged the classes of 2004 and 2009. Young alumni were invited to photograph their favorite spots on campus and post them on Instagram using the hashtag #PCReunion. The photos were displayed at a barbecue on the Slavin Center lawn. Read more >
View photos from the weekend.
If not, don’t worry, there’s still time. Remember, a gift of $250 or
more will be recognized with an engraved brick in your name to be placed
on campus. This program is ONLY available during your reunion year. Make your gift now.
Visit your class page, where you can access social networks and class-specific
information. And please send us a picture of you wearing your class
ring! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your photo and caption for
possible inclusion in Providence College Magazine or our Facebook
Interested in helping out on your class committee? Contact Sarah Firetto '03 at email@example.com
for more information.