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Tennis Coach Indicted For Taking $2.7 Million of Bribes in Admission Scandal

Tennis Coach Indicted For Taking $2.7 Million of Bribes in Admission Scandal

Gordon Ernst has been placed on administrative leave following the recent admissions scandals that have hit the nation. Photo courtesy...
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Female Computer Science Enrollment Rising

Female Computer Science Enrollment Rising

Society for Women in Computing works to expose women to different areas of technology while developing professional skills and establishing...
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Student Reaction Mixed on Accessibility of RAs

Student Reaction Mixed on Accessibility of RAs

The sophomore housing has been under fire recently for a lack of RA supervision. Photo by Joseph Lachance. Although several...
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Baseball Finally Returns Home

Baseball Finally Returns Home

Junior pitcher Vitaly Jangols delivers the pitch during baseball’s home opener this past Wednesday against Sacred Heart. Photo by Anna...
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It’s Time to ‘Pick Up the Slack’

It’s Time to ‘Pick Up the Slack’

Sara Livecchi (left) speaks with Chris Parisella (right) during her radio show “Sweet Sounds of Sara.” Photo by Joseph Lachance....
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Column: An Untouched Piece of the World

Column: An Untouched Piece of the World

The COM 310 class took a trip to Machu Picchu over spring break. Photo courtesy of Edhaya Thennarasu. This spring...
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What Would Campus Look Like if Students Could Carry Guns?

What Would Campus Look Like if Students Could Carry Guns?

On the news, crimes involving guns have become quite frequent. This turn has led many individuals to think they need...
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New Student Senate President Looks to Make Big Changes

New Student Senate President Looks to Make Big Changes

On March 7, the University of Rhode Island student body elected Nick Marotta and Amanda Marino as the next Student...
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Students Tour the NYC Fashion Industry over Spring Break

Students Tour the NYC Fashion Industry over Spring Break

TMD students and faculty took a five-day trip to New York City to explore different sectors of the fashion industry....
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Professor Loves Sharks Almost as Much as He Loves His Daughter

Professor Loves Sharks Almost as Much as He Loves His Daughter

Professor Bradley Wetherbee discovered and named a new species of shark after his daughter Laila, both pictured above. Photo courtesy...
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