Colin Howarth

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  Millennials are self-centered, addicted to their phones, have a false sense of society, are unaware of the political system and, my favorite, lazy. I’ve heard this my whole life. It usually comes from the direction of older generations, more specifically from those who don’t spend time or understand young people. The...
  If it weren’t for sophomore Jordan Powell’s performance at the plate in last year’s Atlantic 10 baseball tournament, URI would not have made it as far as it did. In the second round of the tournament, Powell stepped to the plate and drove the ball through the infield for a...
  When Tyler Wilson was four years old, his father introduced him to the game of baseball. Now, 16 years later, the University of Rhode Island sophomore has emerged as one of the premier pitchers in the Atlantic 10 Conference. On Monday, Wilson was named the Atlantic 10 Pitcher of...
  Sometimes when I learn something in a class or in a lecture that I would otherwise not know, or a professor shows general interest in my own life, or when a class is functioning perfectly, I forget my role at the University of Rhode Island. In that moment, I am...
  The Narragansett Town Council unanimously approved the first reading of a housing ordinance on April 4 that would restrict homes to no more than four unrelated tenants. The second reading, during which the town council will make its final decision, will be held on May 2. “It appears the town council...
The other night my roommate told me he wasn’t rooting for the Golden State Warriors to break the record for the best record ever in an NBA season. I knew he was wrong for rooting against them, but at the time, I couldn’t come up with a decent argument. But,...
This is the last installment of a semester-long series that documents my exploration of faith on the University of Rhode Island campus. The goal is to sit down with every religious community on campus and learn about their religion and community. I started this series in the beginning of the...
University of Rhode Island men’s track and field sprinter DeAngelo Berry was dominant this past weekend, taking first place in two individual events on Saturday at the Black and Gold Invitational hosted by Bryant University. Berry, a junior, studying public relations and writing and rhetoric, won the 100-meter dash, the...
With nonconference play in the books, University of Rhode Island starting pitcher Becca Rogers has proven to be one of the most dynamic pitchers in the Atlantic 10. And she’s just a freshman. Rogers leads the team with a 7-4 record. Her seven wins is the third most in the...
  Nine times out of 10 when Marc Hardge walks past the Multicultural Center on the University of Rhode Island campus, he kisses his hand and touches the 9-foot-tall memorial statue in front of the building. That statue depicts Marc Hardge’s father, Reverend Arthur L. Hardge. Rev. Hardge is one of...

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