Lights, camera, action!

After finishing up my first year at the University of Rhode Island as a film major, I was eager to spend the summer gaining experience that would further my future career. I took advantage...

Exhibit showcases the earlier form of American sculpture

"Momento Mori: Colonial American Lives in Stone" provides the University of Rhode Island community members with an in-depth understanding of a historic art form that can be easily overlooked. The special exhibition was curated...

URI 125: waving to the future

The University of Rhode Island community joined together for a photo on the Quadrangle this past Tuesday to celebrate the University's 125th anniversary. Students, faculty and alumni lined up together to celebrate URI’s Quasquicentennial by...

‘Reasons to Drink’ before spring break

Photo by Kayla Michaud |CIGAR| Saturday, March 3 Cole Swindell performed at the Ryan center along with his opening acts Chirs Janson and Lauren Alaina.   On his “Reasons to Drink” 2018 Tour, country singer...

Benefit concert rocks URI’s Memorial Union

Strike a Chord presented multiple local bands for a benefit concert entitled, “Healing Tones for Hasbro” in an effort to raise money for Hasbro Children’s Hospital last Friday night in the University of Rhode...

Multicultural center exhibits worldwide peace postcards

An art exhibit aiming to promote peace through postcards is being displayed at the Multicultural Center throughout the week. The Peace from Around the World exhibit, presented by the URI Center for Nonviolence and Peace...

Music student spotlight: Taylor Allen

For many students classes are hard enough to handle on their own. Taylor Allen, a senior orchestral saxophone performance major, masterfully handles the requirements of school while maintaining work with a landscaping business and,...

Organization brings ‘Family Feud’ to URI

Student groups faced off against each other in a University of Rhode Island version of the gameshow “Family Fued” on Tuesday night. The event took place in the Memorial Union ballroom and was hosted by...

Vinyl lovers rejoyce: World celebrates Record Store Day

Vinyl lovers from all over the world celebrated Record Store Day this Saturday by turning out to support their local record stores.   Record Store Day is a semi-corporate holiday in April that originated back...

‘The myth of the starving artist’

Erik Schlicht, a theater major at the University of Rhode Island, is obtaining a Fine Arts degree in defiance of the common idea that it is a waste of time. Schlicht gave a Ted...

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