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The film cutting ceremony for the official opening of the Harrington Hub for Global Leadership in Communication and Media took place last Friday on the University of Rhode Island’s Quadrangle. Faculty and students alike, along with many other guests, celebrated the start of a movement towards URI being an important...
  Last weekend, the Multicultural Unity and Student Involvement Council, better known as MUSIC, held its second annual DIVE RI Conference. DIVE, which stands for Diversifying Individuals Via Education, is a two-day student-run and student-led event. The purpose of this conference is to engage students in a meaningful discussion on...
  The University of Rhode Island’s Livestock Judging Team announced their first ever win in the North Eastern Student Affiliation Livestock Judging Competition. Although not formally recognized by student senate, the livestock judging team has been around for 30 years. But the team had yet to win a NESA competition...
The Multicultural Center was renamed the Multicultural Student Services Center yesterday. The event began with a speech from Director of the MSSC Melvin Wade, followed by M.U.S.I.C. speakers chairman Luckson Omoarogba, and President Dooley himself among others. When asked prior to the event about the renaming of the MSSC, Wade...
  The University of Rhode Island’s Multi-Cultural Student Involvement Council (MUSIC) will host their annual conference to help minority students achieve academic success. The Diversifying Individuals Via Education (DIVE) RI Conference will be a two-day held on the Kingston campus, from March 4-5. These conferences began almost three years ago when...
  As students progress throughout their college career at the University of Rhode Island, they often find themselves questioning why they chose to attend this school. They have also probably found themselves facing other questions like why this campus was built on a hill or why 8 a.m. classes are...

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