Madelynn Schulte

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The University of Rhode Island held a 125-year finale celebration on the quad yesterday evening. The quad was filled with horses giving hayrides, an assortment of free food, animals from URI’s Peckham Farm, bouncy houses, loud music from a DJ and fire pits to keep everyone warm. To top...
With Veterans day coming up this weekend, students from the URI Harrington School of Communications hosted the event Bringing History to Life: Millennials to Meet World War II Veterans on Wednesday. Brandon Lovejoy, a junior public relations major, was the student who assembled the press releases and was in...
One of the hardest decisions a student has to make during their college career can be choosing a major. Some people go into college knowing exactly what they want to do, and others, like senior Allison Rosadino, came to the University of Rhode Island undeclared. “I didn’t know what...
Students at URI are used to seeing Starbucks coffee around campus but all of that changed this year. The universities dining services made the decision to start using Peet’s coffee this school year. Ram Escape, Hope Dining Hall, The Daily Grind, Rhody Market, and Butterfield Dining Hall will all serve...
Jessica Pace, Madelynn Schulte, and Marissa Tansino bring you this week's headlines.
Madelynn Schulte and Marissa Tansino bring you this week's headlines.
The Harrington School of Communication and Media celebrated the opening of the newly renovated Harrington Hub in Ranger Hall on Friday. The $6.3 million dollar renovations began last fall and brings state of the art equipment to students here on campus. The new facility comes fully equipped with new...
Madelynn Schulte, Marissa Tansino, and Jessica Pace bring you this week's headlines.
McKenzie Martin and Madelynn Schulte bring you this week's headlines.
The University of Rhode Island began the semester by unveiling the new chemistry building on campus. Richard E. Beaupre spoke during the ribbon cutting ceremony. "This is the greatest honor I've ever had in my life," said Beaupre. The new $68 million dollar facility is designed to be safer...

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