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Throw on your favorite outfit and strut your moves at the Gender and Sexuality Center’s first Express Yourself Fashion Show tonight. Nate Vaccaro, coordinator of the show, explained that it’s an all-inclusive event where people can wear whatever they want with an audience to cheer and support them on. “I...
I remember being asked: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” For years, I thought I knew. I would blurt out: “A mommy, a doctor, a teacher and an artist!” Little did I know at the young, ripe age of 5 that I was not even...
Climate Change in the Oceans is not only a course offered to undergraduate students at the University of Rhode Island, but it is an issue that everyone should be aware of. OCG 123 is offered in both the Fall and Spring semester and will be a “Grand Challenge” course...
The University of Rhode Island has a lot of work to do if they wish to make the campus more environmentally friendly, and the use of bikes is just option for improving sustainability. Marsha Garcia, campus sustainability officer, explained that there used to be a bike program on campus where...
With the college “hookup culture,” it’s hard to establish a real relationship with someone and even harder to keep one. Something I’ve learned time and time again is that college is remarkably similar to high school. Just like when I was 15, there’s still drama, confusing signals and the...
“The Great Gatsby,” one of the most popular American novels of all time, has been made into various films, and now it’s time for the University of Rhode Island Theatre Department to bring it to the live stage. The 1925 novel, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, revolves around multiple...
After a formal introduction, talent competition and interview round, Ron Yakirevich of Lambda Chi Alpha and Danielle Valois of Chi Omega were deemed as the winners of the University of Rhode Island’s 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Greek Week. The competition took place in the Keaney Gymnasium, and judges included Assistant...
  With the internet cluttered with more information than ever before, it can sometimes be difficult to differentiate between what information is real and what is not. Professors from the University of Rhode Island formed a panel to discuss “Finding Reliable Information in a ‘Post-Fact’ World” in Chaffee Hall last Thursday....
The coastline is only inches in my reach, showcasing the blue shimmering water below. Daisy, our yellow Volkswagen convertible, has the top down and our hair is flying through the wind, and we’re singing along to blasting music. This is a moment I'll never forget; a moment too good...
A program associate from TechHire promoted opportunities for students within his company during last night’s Student Senate meeting. Bradford Ellison, who works for the central enterprise company TechHire, said the company offers opportunities for Rhode Islanders interested in technology. The company developed a new computer science minor focusing in...

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