Kayla Michaud

Kayla Michaud
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Kayla is a sophomore Film and Journalism double major who started writing for the Cigar the beginning of her freshman year. Outside of the Cigar, Kayla works as a Speaking Center Tutor and a Harrington School Brand Ambassador on campus and enjoys photographing events, playing the cello and the ukulele. Email: kayla_michaud@my.uri.edu Twitter: Kayla_Eileen18
It’s not always easy when it comes to sharing personal thoughts that have been floating around in your head with complete strangers. Never mind publishing them. Brady Gunson, a student at The University of Rhode Island, took that risk and gave it a shot. As a sophomore in college,...
While some people joke that a Bachelor of Arts degree is useless, there are number of unique and rewarding careers opportunities available to students after they graduate. As the associate curator at the Art Institute of Chicago, Jonathan Tavares has had the privilege of helping to collect rare arms and...
All members of the University of Rhode Island community and the general public are invited to come celebrate the Hindu festival of the lights this Saturday, Nov. 18 from 6 to 9 p.m. in the URI Memorial Union Ballroom. This is when and where URI’s Indian Student Association (ISA)...
Students at the University of Rhode Island are able to prepare themselves for a future in animal veterinary science careers thanks to resources like Peckham Farm. Peckham Farm is located right next to URI’s Kingston campus on Peckham Farm Road. Farm Manager Nick Miniter is responsible for keeping the farm...
Students at the University of Rhode Island got colorful this past sunday thanks to a Color Run hosted by the URI Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW). All students on campus along with members of the community were allowed to participate in the untimed 5K. This Color Run had a...
The first month of college is similar to a maze. Students move onto campus and have to navigate their way through the madness of getting back into the rhythm of academics and signing up for clubs. It often seems to students that they may not survive. However, it is...
The first month of college is similar to a maze. Students move onto campus and have to navigate their way through the madness of getting back into the rhythm of academics and signing up for clubs. It often seems to students that they may not survive. However, it is...
The University of Rhode Island rang in its 125th anniversary in the middle of downtown Providence on Saturday night. Students, alumni and the general public were invited to a special night of WaterFire to help the university celebrate the milestone anniversary at Waterplace Park Basin. The event, sponsored by URI, featured...

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