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This past September, Vilde Aaslid, assistant professor of music history, was invited to speak at the Guelph Jazz Festival and Colloquium in Guelph, Canada. She was asked to speak at the event because her work in music history over the years became well-known. This event is a jam-packed four-day-long celebration...
Bradley Cooper was able to showcase not only his acting skills but his directing skills in the new movie, “A Star is Born.” With Cooper’s multiple talents and Lady Gaga’s amazing singing and acting, this made for an incredibly beautiful and emotional movie. Many may believe that this movie is...
Photos courtesy of Sampson Jacobs taken during the ninth annual hair show in April 2015. The University of Rhode Island’s organization, Student Alliance for the Welfare of Africa (SAWA), has just completed their auditions for their spring hair show, an event that aims to spread awareness of African culture around...
After performing in Scotland over the summer, a music instructor at the University of Rhode Island returned to continue sharing his passion of music and experiences through teaching. Kyle Forsthoff was eager to spread his talent and make human connection through music. Music has always been present in Forsthoff’s life...
After performing in Scotland over the summer, a music instructor at the University of Rhode Island returned to continue sharing his passion for music and experiences through teaching. Kyle Forsthoff was eager to spread his talent and make human connection through music. Music has always been present in Forsthoff’s...
As part of Coming Out month, the Gender and Sexuality Center chose to screen the film “The Way He Looks” last Monday night. Coming Out month is a celebration that the center puts together every year, in order to show every member of the URI community that they are...
The University of Rhode Island’s Thanatology program within the College of Nursing allows students to study how death affects behavior. Thanatology is a very broad topic that includes many different aspects of how death affects a person. These aspects include how death impacts one’s behavior, suicide shown in films, difficult...
Photo courtesy of Michael Salerno The University of Rhode Island’s theater department will debut their production “Women and War,” tonight to open the fall 2018 season. “Women and War” consists of two single act Greek plays adapted by Ellen Mclaughlin. “Lysistrata” is a comedy which discusses women who want to obtain...
Derek Nelson relaunched the “metoo” app after almost a year of improvements centered around student-needs brought new features and possibilities to the design. Nelson is a part-time student at the University of Rhode Island and is only taking one class this semester. “Metoo” was originally created earlier this year,...
Photo courtesy of Zoe Comingore Zoe Comingore, a recent graduate from the University of Rhode Island, clarified what life in the real world can be like. Comingore transferred to URI after her first-year, graduated with an undergraduate degree in writing and rhetoric and Spanish. The writing and rhetoric program drew...