Musicians Guild rallies up music enthusiasts

Rhode Island’s population and size may seem tiny, but its passion for music is anything but small. For instance, Providence is very well known for its independent music scene, which includes genres such as pop...

‘Better Call Saul’ brings similar flavor to Breaking Bad fans

AMC’s “Better Call Saul” opens with a brief glimpse into a period of television history we have had no previous insight to: A post Heisenberg world. In this quick, beautifully shot, black and white opening...

Black Sabbath Review

Photo courtesy of Black Sabbath There’s a problem with music today. If you look around long enough, you might notice that there are all different genres of music. Pop, hip-hop, country, EDM, indie-rock, nu-metal, shoegaze,...

Vagina Monologues performs truth of female experience

The Vagina Monologues, originally created by feminist activist Eve Ensler, took place this past Thursday, February 26 through Saturday, February 28  in Edwards Auditorium for the annual performance for the 2015 spring semester. This...

‘As You Like It’ show grooves at URI, with sixties production

The University of Rhode Island’s theatre program presented William Shakespeare’s classic pastoral comedy play “As You Like It” with a little twist this past weekend at URI’s Fine Arts Center. Instead of sticking to the...

Professor discusses humor and disability

Bringing together humor, magic, and understanding, Dr. R. Bruce Baum presented "Humor and Disability" Tuesday night, continuing the Honors Colloquium's "Power of Humor" series. Baum holds the title of Professor Emeritus at Buffalo State...

Q&A with Professor Richard Whitten

The University of Rhode Island’s Fine Arts building hosts the exhibit “Transitions Considered” by URI professor Richard Whitten, in the main gallery. The exhibit showcases three themes including architectural spaces, invented machinery and games with...

‘In the Next Room’ Review

The University of Rhode Island’s theatre program finished presenting Sarah Ruhl’s play “In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play)” this past Sunday. The play takes place during  the dawn of electricity, in Dr....

Late Night legend Jay Leno headlines 2016 Family Weekend

The University of Rhode Island’s Student Entertainment Committee welcomed late night legend Jay Leno to the Ryan Center this past weekend as the main event for this year's parents weekend. Anxiously awaiting Leno’s arrival, the...

“America the Beautiful 3” discusses the sexualization of our nation’s youth

Young women feel the need to look and act a certain way based on the media, to the point where it has become the norm to meet a certain “standard,” rather than feel beautiful...

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