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University of Rhode Island multicultural organization Uhuru Sasa (SASA) is set to hold its annual “Shake it for Sugar dance contest this Thursday in hopes to raise money for the American Diabetes Association. This event was started by a group of students who didn’t feel like it had anyone to...
Every family has problems; whether children find their parents annoying or a divide between various member’s viewpoints. For Israeli Filmmaker, Nitzan Gilady, he filmed and produced a documentary of his family’s experiences to show audiences around the world. Gilady presented his acclaimed LGBT-themed documentary, entitled “Family Time”, for University of...
University of Rhode Island multicultural organization Uhuru Sasa (SASA) is set to hold its annual “Shake it for Sugar” dance contest this Thursday in hopes to raise money for the American Diabetes Association. This event was started by a group of students who didn’t feel like it had anyone to...
Too soon for Christmas tunes?    (web exclusive) It is officially November and some of us may be toying with the idea of: Is it time to put away the fall tunes and get into the Christmas groove? Once Nov. 1 hits, there are exactly 54 days till Christmas. So for...
“Scialla, Scialla, Scialla” is the Italian slang for “just chill and relax”, and also one of the songs Italian rapper Amir Issaa performed at the University of Rhode Island Monday night. Issaa, a 36-year-old rapper from Italy, and winner of many Italian music awards, played a free concert for...
Some say freshman year is a time to discover new passions, but freshman Sean Fay Wolfe found his passion at the age of 14. Wolfe, a double major in English and elementary education at the University of Rhode Island from West Kingston, Rhode Island, is a teen author in the...
  To be in love with various media of art doesn’t always mean you have to major in art. For junior Rachel Fanning, her love for art was sparked differently. Fanning, a public relations major at the University of Rhode Island, practices different forms of art during her free time. Even...
As fall takes its full swing into the University of Rhode Island, lots of changes are occurring. The leaves aren’t so green anymore, and some may even say they have turned a new leaf (literally). As the obvious changes are occurring, what about the music that is getting played...
University of Rhode Island sophomore Derek Colantuono plans to continue his writing and acting career throughout next year. Colantuono, originally from Cranston, Rhode Island, found his love for acting when he was between the ages of 3 and 5. When he was between 6 and 7 years old, he...
The Ramettes, the official dance team of the University of Rhode Island’s Athletic Department, offer their spirit and entertainment at the men’s and women’s basketball games each season. Lia Moceri, a senior biological sciences major, has been a Ramette since her freshman year. She said she has met some of...

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