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Alumna’s graduate film tells the tale of ‘a modern day romance’

Alumna’s graduate film tells the  tale of ‘a modern day romance’

Don’t let the title fool you, “Trying to Fuck: A Modern Day Romance” is not a dirty or inappropriate story by any means. In fact, it is a “whimsical musical…

Review: The Great Gatsby

The University of Rhode Island theater helped bring the Roaring ‘20s back to life through their latest production of “The Great Gatsby.” Adapted for the stage by Simon Levy, URI…

Cormac’s Corner: ‘Free Fire’ & ‘The Void’

Ben Wheatley, the prolific, primary crime, young film director from the UK, has a new movie out this week. “Free Fire,” Wheatley’s sixth film in eight years, is wonderful and…

Vinyl lovers rejoyce: World celebrates Record Store Day

Vinyl lovers rejoyce:  World celebrates  Record Store Day

Vinyl lovers from all over the world celebrated Record Store Day this Saturday by turning out to support their local record stores.   Record Store Day is a semi-corporate holiday…

Deadly floods push peace corps out of Peru

Deadly floods push peace corps out of Peru

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…

Review: Students shine in Juried Art Exhibition

Review: Students shine in Juried Art Exhibition

The University of Rhode Island Fine Arts Center will be showcasing The Annual Student Juried Exhibition at the main art gallery now through May 1. Every year the URI Art…

Cormac’s corner: Fast & Furious / Gifted

Fast & Furious “Furious 7” took the world by storm in 2015. Being certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes and becoming the sixth highest grossing movie of all time is no…

Alumnus screens award-winning short films

Alumnus screens award-winning short films

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…

Earth Day movie picks

Is there a better way to celebrate Earth Day than staying inside to enjoy some movies about the beauty (and sometimes horror) of nature without having to actually go outside?…

Biology/Artist Student

Monica Tynan, a senior biology major and art minor, is incorporating a series of six paintings of insects for her honors project in May. Tynan said her series was originally…

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