“Take Back the Night” tonight with URI’s Peer Educators

Sexual assault is an issue that has plagued college campuses nationally, however, the event Take Back the Night aims to bring awareness and offer tribute to all victims of sexual assault and the University...

Eighth annual URI lecture discusses technology and health care

The College of Business Administration held the eighth annual Vangermeersch Lecture at the Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences on Tuesday, April 7. The title of the lecture was “Is There an App for...

Rhody Rhapsodies, URI’s new a capella group

Though the group is still in its first year of performing, the University of Rhode Island’s a capella group, Rhody Rhapsodies, is already well on its way to harmonizing like professionals. If you aren’t familiar...

Preview: URI SEC presents ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith

The University of Rhode Island will welcome commentator, talk/radio host and famous sports television personality, ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith, a presentation provided by the Student Entertainment Committee and will occur on Wednesday, April 8...

SAWA’s 9th Annual Hair Show: more than just fashion

The Student Alliance for the Welfare of Africa (SAWA) held their ninth annual hair show, displaying African culture and beauty, entertainment and fashion designs last Friday night in Edwards Auditorium. The show, titled “Hair It...

“America the Beautiful 3” Preview

America the brave, America the beautiful: All ideals our country supposedly emulates, but sometimes, these principles are not portrayed in the right manner. In our culture today, the media often portrays America’s youth in...

Hill inspires at D.I.V.E.

The D.I.V.E. (Diversifying Individuals via Education) RI Conference was held on Friday and Saturday, March 27 and 28 in the University of Rhode Island’s Memorial Union. The conference seeks to empower students and educate...

Artist Spotlight: Andrew Gribbin

Andrew Gribbin, University of Rhode Island senior vocal performance major from Coventry, Rhode Island, plans for a bright future in the world of music after graduating this coming fall. Gribbin explained how he has always...

URI Theatre Preview: ‘As You Like It’

The University of Rhode Island’s Fine Arts Center will present William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It”. “As You Like It” was first published in Shakespeare’s First Folio in 1623. It is a pastoral comedy that...

OUT LOUD Theatre preview: ‘Rhinoceros’

Coming to Providence this April, OUT LOUD Theatre presents Eugene Ionesco’s “Rhinoceros”. OUT LOUD Theatre, which is co-founded by University of Rhode Island alums Marc Tiberiis II and Kira Hawkridge, has made collaboration a...

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