Students ‘Reclaim’ the sound in percussion performance

This past Sunday, a semester's worth of practice and dedication from the students of the University of Rhode Island Percussion Ensemble and their coordinator, Dr. Kyle Forsthoff, culminated into “Reclaim: An Afternoon of Percussion Music,”...
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Biannual Screenings Showcases Student Films

Every semester the Harrington School of Communications and Film Media hosts free screenings for the films that students have produced throughout the semester. The evenings are known to bring a variety of talent and...

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Concert Review

The energy at Toad’s Place in New Haven, Connecticut was palpable last Thursday as Pigeons Playing Ping Pong took to the stage. The band is notorious for their long, high energy, exciting sets. Pigeons...

How is ‘It?’

On Nov. 28, the Student Entertainment Committee showcased the movie “IT” for free at Quinn Hall. The URI SEC “plans and manages events for the students here on campus,” said the Special Events President,...

Marching Band marches for the last time this season

As the football season came to a close, the University of Rhode Island Marching Band had their last performance in front of friends and family at the Fine Arts Center on Nov. 11. An...

‘Barnaby’: The faces we wear in grief

Most people would not expect a film that deals with the experience of losing a loved one to incorporate elements of humor, yet senior film major Brandon La Fleur’s latest film succeeds in just...

Students showcase skills in saxophone performance

The University of Rhode Island’s Music Department held a Saxophone Studio Recital on Wednesday Nov. 15, which was coordinated by Jonathan Amon and William Jones. During this recital, URI saxophone students played solo and...

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...

Helping students dress for the professional world: Center for Career and Experiential Education unveils...

To kick off the Univeristy of Rhode Island’s second annual “Professional Development Week” the Center for Career and Experiential Education, the Talent Development Program and Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design unveiled their newest project:...

Open Mic for Peace

  The Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies is hosting an open mic night at the 193 DEGREE Coffeehouse tonight as part of International Education Week. International Education Week has been taking place all week...

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