Seasons change just like playlists

As fall takes its full swing into the University of Rhode Island, lots of changes are occurring. The leaves aren’t so green anymore, and some may even say they have turned a new leaf...

Column: Movie magic is alive and well with remakes…sometimes

To be honest, the recent trend of remaking older animated films seems to me like a money-making scheme more than anything else. “Star Wars” has a million new movies, most of which are honestly...

Comedian Hannibal Buress talks with Cigar staff about new tour, previews URI show

Comedian and actor Hannibal Buress will be bringing his newest tour “The Hannibal Montanabal Experience” to The Ryan Center Nov. 3, with his visit to The University of Rhode Island being the biggest stop...

Students perform in weekly music convocation

Photo by Greg Clark | Pianist Alexander Ray begins the music convocation, captivating the audience. The music department showcased many instrumental and vocal solo and duet performances by students within the department during their Nov....

Law professor examines humor and the law

Tuesday's Honors Colloquium examined the relationship between law and humor and presented real court case examples, continuing the semester's series "The Power of Humor". Laura E. Little, a professor of law and government in...

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...

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...

Cormac’s Corner: “Split” review

I’m sorry, did we all forget the last ten years of Shyamalan? From “The Village” (2004) to “After Earth” (2013), his career has been reduced to the punchline that the critics saw it as....

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...

TV on the Radio return with new album, “Seeds”

Indie music seems to be growing in popularity more each day. One of the genre’s veteran acts, TV on the Radio, released its fifth studio album, “Seeds” late last month. The 12-track album is full...

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