Brian Shanley

Education
11:14 am
Tue April 14, 2015

PC Hockey Celebration Shadowed By Earlier, Rowdier Gathering

The Providence College Friars clinched their first ever national championship in men's hockey, leading to some out-of-control celebrations.
Credit Providence College

Providence College holds a rally Tuesday celebrating the Friar’s first NCAA men’s hockey championship.  The team’s captain and head coach addressed fans at 4 PM.

President Brian Shanley said students can celebrate in a way they weren’t able to after the Friars’ win in Boston.

“Some of us were in Boston last Saturday night as I was, some were back here, people were scattered. This gives us a chance as a community to come together,” said Shanley. 

College officials expect fans to pack Schneider Arena, with a capacity of about 3,000, for the event.

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Higher Education
10:54 am
Mon June 9, 2014

PC Renews Contract for President Brian Shanley

Providence College has offered a new five-year contract to President Brian Shanley, who has led the private Catholic college for the last decade.

Shanley, a member of the Dominican order, has presided over the construction of a new building to house PC's humanities program, a two-year requirement for all students, and the accreditation of a new business school. He is also credited with shepherding a reorganization of the Big East Athletic Conference.

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The Education Blog
8:02 am
Wed November 13, 2013

Providence College Responds to Orange Sticker Policy

Credit Elisabeth Harrison

Providence College says it is following up with students cited for loud parties in the neighborhood around the college.

Providence police have started putting orange stickers on houses that repeatedly cause problems. PC President Rev. Brian Shanley says the college reviews police reports and considers whether students involved in the parties should be disciplined.

"If students are involved with off campus activities that are detrimental, we bring them in and we talk about it, so we are not laissez-faire about this at all," Shanley said.

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