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This week, Leah Crowley sat down with the URI Fencing Club. She got the inside scoop on what fencing exactly is and their recent journey to Club Nationals, the biggest fencing tournament in the world.
Group offers support to underprivileged communities in Dominican Republic, other areas  A Caritas Smile mindfulness coach leader teaches volunteers how to become aware and balanced. | Photo Courtsey of Sixia Devine The nonprofit organization, Caritas Smile, offers students the chance...
Chef Frank Terranova teaches students in PRS 442 about food insecurity. Photo by James McIntosh. In an effort to spread awareness of food insecurity, a local celebrity chef came to PRS 442 on March 20 to teach how to cook two healthy and affordable...
Alumna Amy Bloom turned her art degree into a home design business. Photo courtesy of Amy Bloom. Amy Bloom Coleman is a University of Rhode Island alum from the class of 1992, who has since turned her skills as an art major and travel...
Student Senate started their meeting on March 20 by holding a moment of silence for the victims of the New Zealand attack prompted by a motion from Senator Dylan D’aguanno. The Senate discussed that they are looking to put forward a resolution that condemns...
Equipment for fabrication, 2d/3d design, and virtual reality technologies are available for students to use daily at the Makerspace located in the library. Photo by Anna Meassick. The University of Rhode Island has a free-to-use makerspace located in the library, which has high-tech equipment...
by Leah Crowley and Julia Moro The University of Rhode Island has recently received significant national recognition in multiple competitive academic areas, partially due to the unique programs offered on campus. URI ranked particularly high for two very notable scholarships....
The URI community welcomed the Year of the Pig through dancing, food and celebration. Photo by Grace DeSanti. University of Rhode Island students, faculty and community members gathered to eat traditional Chinese food, partake in various activities and experience performances from multiple URI groups...
There will be a Chinese New Year Celebration on Feb. 16 at 6 p.m. in the Memorial Union Ballroom that will include Chinese food, activities and performances from students in the Chinese Language Program. The Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring...
Greg Clark | Students are encouraged to donate a meal swipe at the dining hall in order to fight against food insecurity. “Share a Swipe of Hope” is a new program at the University of Rhode Island that gets students involved in helping to...