Parents and families from all around the U.S. and Canada traveled to Providence Christian College for Family Weekend, October 15th-17th, to spend time with their children or siblings. Family Weekend is a unique Providence tradition where families have the opportunity to visit their students in their new abode and live a few days in their shoes.Read More →

The usual bustling atmosphere of Providence Christian College has become relatively quiet and stressed with the onslaught of midterm week, according to sophomore Bradley Bosch. Now seven weeks into the semester, students are faced with the daunting task of conquering midterms while continuing to keep up with readings and assignments in all of their classes. Students are feeling the pressure to do well because midterms carry a heavy weight in the final grading of courses.Read More →

Charismatic, outgoing, and a quick mind are all attributes of Derek Halvorson, President of Providence Christian College. His background and credentials may be a little unconventional for a typical college president, but for Providence, a better fit would be hard to find.Read More →

For the past three weeks, Providence Christian College students have gathered on Monday nights for improvisational games and fun. Held in Hesed Lounge, the meetings have been well attended since the first night. Dr. Aaron Belz, Professor of English at Providence, developed the idea.Read More →

Freshman Mayra Martinez is currently filming a short movie called The Colors of Autumn, which features the acting skills of two Providence students and a professor. Martinez sums up her movie in one sentence, “It’s about a girl changing a man’s life by being his friend.”Read More →

Tops Restaurant on East Walnut is a cheap, tasty choice. Tops has been in business for over 50 years in the same location and for good reason. Anyone looking for a good, reasonably priced lunch or dinner should try Tops Restaurant on the corner of Allen and East Walnut Street in Pasadena.Read More →