Zack DeLuca

Zack DeLuca
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Entertainment Editor - "I am a determined multimedia journalist seeking a career in the fields of entertainment journalism and video production. I have extensive experience writing and editing for print as well as audio/video broadcasting." Zack is graduating in May 2018 with a double major in Journalism and Film/Media. His stories have appeared in the Cranston Herald, Warwick Beacon, Newport Mercury, and Narragansett Times. Twitter: @zackdeluca
This summer was chock full of big blockbusters and, unless you’re a movie buff who chose to spend his summer in a dark, cold theater, you might have missed a few of them. There were several box office hits coming out of various genres. While each movie was as...
Don’t let the title fool you, “Trying to Fuck: A Modern Day Romance” is not necessarily a dirty or inappropriate story. In fact, it is a “whimsical musical about modern dating,” inspired by the “hookup culture” that exists among college students and young adults. The film follows Beau, a...
Last month Peru was struck with heavy rains, leading to disastrous flooding, as a result of an abnormal El Niño, the warming of surface sea temperatures in the Pacific. An El Niño is associated with warm and wet weather from mid spring through the summer along the coasts of...
The Harrington School of Communications and Media held a screening and discussion with 2014 alumnus Bob Klein when he returned to the Kingston campus last Wednesday. Since graduating from the University of Rhode Island, Klein has been working for a production company near his home in New Jersey. While...
The Ryan Center and University of Rhode Island Student Entertainment Committee are bringing Grammy-winning, hip-hop artist Lil Wayne to Rhode Island as part of his 2017 college tour this Sunday, April 9. Having sold millions of albums worldwide, Lil Wayne has earned himself a total of four Grammy awards....
You may have heard the phrase “a golden age of television” used when talking about the abundance of programs on air, but I prefer to use the term “silver age.” In the past decade we’ve seen a vast number of superheroes leap from their pulp-fiction pages to the big...
The Wheeler School and the University of Rhode Island will be hosting the “URI Guitar Festival” consisting of discussions, classes and performances from international artists. The festival will be held at the Wheeler school in Providence on Saturday, April 1, and the events on Sunday, April 2 will be...
A New England bred wood-sculptor is having her work featured in the main gallery of the Fine Arts Center now through the end of the month. Her gallery “The Space Between” features various pieces from her different collections. Lin Lisberger has been a wood sculptor for over 40 years. Between...
Every Wednesday evening students gather in room A102 of the Fine Arts Center for the University of Rhode Island’s Art Club meeting and studio time. Nick Costa, a sophomore bachelor of fine arts major and art club president, describes the Art Club as “a social club” where students can...
  As part of Black History Month, the University of Rhode Island Fine Arts Center’s main gallery is showcasing “Invisible Bodies, Disposable Cloth: Rhode Island and Slavery, 1783-1850s,” now until Feb. 18. “Invisible Bodies” highlights the interwoven history of slavery and the Rhode Island textile industry. The exhibit is the...

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