Opera preview: ‘Mozart Magic’

The eleven students involved in the Opera Workshop Performance class at the University of Rhode Island are diligently rehearsing for their performance of “Mozart Magic” which will be showcased next month at the Fine...

193 Degrees Coffeehouse pays tribute to David Bowie

  The University of Rhode Island’s student-run, coffee shop, 193 Degrees Coffeehouse, is known for hosting a wide variety of events to help students explore their creative side. In particular, the coffee shop, located at the...

Vagina Monologues performs truth of female experience

The Vagina Monologues, originally created by feminist activist Eve Ensler, took place this past Thursday, February 26 through Saturday, February 28  in Edwards Auditorium for the annual performance for the 2015 spring semester. This...

Column: from the Kingston campus to the Big Apple

If you had told me in my freshman year of college that I would be spending my summers working in the music industry and living in big cities, I would have never believed it....

Filmmaker spotlight: Shawn Antoine II

  Shawn Antoine II, a documentary filmmaker with a strong passion for change, has been making films for less than a year and has already been recognized with the “Student Innovation Award” from the Africana...

Director shines light on kids with incarcerated parents

A documentary released in January of 2018 shows the unique hardships kids with an incarcerated parent go through and how prisons can sometimes remedy those struggles. Director Denali Tiller’s work, Tre Maison Dasan,...

Column: Giving all genres a try

Indie, pop, rock, metal, folk, classical, funk, punk, country, EDM, alternative; the list of music genres go on and on, yet people tend to limit the types of bands they expose themselves to....

Bridging the generation gap through learning and film

  The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of Rhode Island is planning to bridge the gap between generations this fall, with a course that integrates learning for both undergraduates and older adult...

Movie Review: ‘A Quiet Place,’ a character driven creature feature

If you’re a fan of thrillers that keep you white-knuckling the cup-holders of your seat, or the hand of whoever is next to you, Director John Krasinski has the perfect flick for you. I...

Review: Students shine in Juried Art Exhibition

The University of Rhode Island Fine Arts Center will be showcasing The Annual Student Juried Exhibition at the main art gallery now through May 1. Every year the URI Art Department hosts the Juried Student...

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