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Marketing students work for change in ‘Rhody Ripple’ campaign

Marketing students work for change in ‘Rhody Ripple’ campaign

  Students in a Social Media for Marketing business class have been busy developing a social media initiative they’ve named Rhody Ripple. The students were tasked with creating a social…

News You Should Know: 4/27

Outsiders Le Pen and Macron to face off in French Election The first round of the French Presidential election, held last Sunday, ended without a majority-winner, as Emmanuel Macron and…

URI GAU to Participate in Earth Day science march

URI GAU to Participate in Earth Day science march

This Saturday, in celebration of Earth Day, the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate Assistants United (GAU) will participate in the March for Science demonstration in Providence, and are inviting the…

This week in environmental news

After viewers spent months watching the livestream from Animal Adventure Park Zoo in New York, the pregnant giraffe, named April, finally had her fourth baby last Saturday, April 15. More…

News You Should Know: 4/13

Syria Airstrike: Tensions High amid Tillerson Visit to Russia, G7 Meeting The deadly chemical weapons attack in Khan Sheikhoun, Syria last week prompted a decisive response from the United States,…

Professor breaks ground with journal on sexual violence and exploitation

Professor breaks ground with journal on sexual violence and exploitation In December 2016, Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies Donna M. Hughes published the inaugural issue of the journal Dignity:…

How’s The Coffee?

What does a student need most in the last month of the semester? If you answered “employment” then congratulations, you’re right. Second on the list, though, are caffeinated beverages. For…

News You Should Know: 4/6

At Least 58 Dead in Suspected Chemical Attack in Syria In the town of Khan Sheikhoun, Syria, in the mostly rebel-controlled Idlib province, at least 58 have died and hundreds…

‘Savage’ URI Squirrel Attack Injures 50

‘Savage’ URI Squirrel Attack Injures 50

The Department of Public Safety, in a press release late Sunday night, confirmed that 50 freshmen who were viciously attacked by a lone squirrel in Barlow Circle are all in…

A Foodie’s First Taste: Flat Waves

A Foodie’s First Taste: Flat Waves

Flat Waves, having only been open for just a few days, seems like something of an anomaly, slightly out of place in the Emporium at the top of campus. The…

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