URI TV broadcasts student work, makes future plans

The University of Rhode Island’s student-run television network is planning a relaunch for later this school year. URI TV Network is available on channel 85 on the campus cable system and currently broadcasts a small...

Alex Nahas bring Bright Brown sound to 193

Photo by Autumn Walter |CIGAR| On March 26, the 193 Coffee House in the University of Rhode Island’s Memorial Union welcomed the unique instrumental, vocal talents and compositions of Brooklyn-based independent musician Alex Nahas, which...

Female Artists Claim Grammy Stage

The 61st annual Grammy Awards was held in Los Angeles on Sunday evening, and the female artists in the Staples Center stole the show. Thirty-one of the 84...

What’s happenin’, Rhody?

As quickly as it came, summer has already past. Now we are back to the countless all-nighters, dwindling bank accounts and endless Razzbull and Starbucks purchases. One good thing students can always look forward...

Future Islands put on a Fantastic Live Show in Boston

Future Islands, unquestionably, put on one of the most upbeat and fun live shows of any other band touring at the moment. On Oct. 9, 2017, their current tour brought them to the Orpheum...

‘Kingsman’ dazzles but doesn’t stick the landing

“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” proves to be a fun ride as it brings back the hyper-stylized action and beloved characters of its predecessor, but it ultimately suffers from its poorly fleshed out villain. The...

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,...

A night full of dogs, bras and country music

Photo by Jake Kraus | Brett Eldredge performed to a rowdy crowd on Oct. 11. When purchasing a ticket for Brett Eldredge’s The Long Way tour, fans were likely expecting a fun night out full...

Cormac’s corner: “The Discovery”

​”The Discovery,” the second feature film by Charlie McDowell opens with a suicide, which, in the world of the film, is not uncommon. Since the scientifically proven discovery of an afterlife, hundreds of thousands...

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 hosted musical numbers from...

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