You can’t deport American history

Victoria M. DeFrancesco Soto, Ph.D. began this year’s Honors Colloquium, “Inequality and the American Dream,” with a myth-debunking and objective look at immigration, amid questions of deportation and immigrant rights. University of Rhode Island President...

“The Walking Dead” takes over TV

  “I’m in a love/hate relationship with The Walking Dead!” This may sound like a typical Tumblr text post exclaiming shock or frustration at an unexpected plot development or recently deceased character, but in recent...

Club for new and experienced photographers

The Photography club, a recognized organization at The University of Rhode Island, includes photographers of all styles and skill levels. This is only the club's second year at the university, but they have worked hard...

Music student Spotlight: Hann Cassady

Acoustic musician Hann Cassady opened up about her upcoming LP release, Silent Moods, which is expected to be released by winter this year. Cassady, a senior psychology major at The University of Rhode Island, taught...

Spring Fashion Show features student designers

The Fashion Merchandising Society held their annual Spring Fashion Show Tuesday night, which featured designs and creations made by promising young student designers.   The show, which took place in the Memorial Union Ballroom, was...

Convocation # 6; where practice and persistence overcame Panic

On Thursday October 12, 2017, the University of Rhode Island’s music department continued its convocation series with its sixth event of the semester. Generally, the convocations consist of faculty, students or special guests with...

WRIU DJ Spotlight: Sports DJ moves up to Program Director

  His love for sports has guided sophomore journalism major Sam Murray into working for The University of Rhode Island’s own FM radio station, WRIU, in an effort to reach his career goal. Murray’s love...

“Alignments” captivates viewers at the Art Gallery

Currently on display in the University of Rhode Island’s Fine Arts Gallery is an installation called “Alignments” designed by URI’s own Barbara Pagh, a professor of printmaking and two-dimensional studio at the university since...

Enjoying an album from start to finish

There have been studies done in recent years that show people’s attention spans are getting shorter and shorter; many people believe that the abundance of technology in the modern world is to blame for...

Comedians test “the line” at URI

The University of Rhode Island Honors Program held its third colloquium of the year Tuesday evening, followed by the comedy performance "You've Crossed the Line." The colloquium was given by Teja Arboleda, M.Ed., who...

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