Philosophy Professor Returns to the Stage

Photo courtesy of Cheryl Foster Philosophy Professor Cheryl Foster will be starring as the soccer mom in the University of Rhode Island’s theatre production of “The Wolves” this...

Food ordering made easier: Hungry Rhody becomes Hungry Button

Photo by Sarah Vinci | Hungry Rhody renamed themselves Hungry Button and launched a new app for mobile ordering. The popular food ordering website “Hungry Rhody” has rebranded itself as “Hungry Button” and launched a...

URI Grad’s WRIU Show Reaching 30th Year

Alumnus Jim Morgan works on his WRIU radio show that he has produced since 1991. | Photo by Mary Lind. For nearly 30 years, alumnus Jim Morgan, of...

Geology Professor’s Passion for Volcanoes Erupts in the Classroom

Professor Morgan Haldeman now lectures students in geology classes after traveling the world studying volcanoes. Photo by Anna Meassick. Morgan Haldeman, a geology professor at the University of Rhode...

The Busy Life of a Student Broadcaster

Jack O’Marra broadcasts for WRIU during the men’s basketball game. Photo by Momolu Akoiwala. Jack O’Marra, a senior communications studies major at the University of Rhode Island, has...

URI continues to improve upon housing options

The Department of Housing and Residential Life has been making extensive improvements and renovations over the past 15 years to residence halls at the University of Rhode Island. The department hopes that with these...

Student THRIVEs on Making Others Aware of Mental Health

Gina Miranda serves as an advocate for mental health awareness. | Photo by Grace DeSanti. “I am someone who always put myself last,” junior health studies student and THRIVE...

Professional relaxers go with the ‘Flow’ at URI

Over the last year and a half there has been a rise in students throwing projectiles, juggling and slacklining on the quad. This craze is owed to one of the fastest growing clubs at...

Students combat environmental injustices in Arizona over Spring Break

Photo courtesy of James Masse Within the last decade the popularity of brief community service trips has drastically increased through the social model of the “Alternative Spring Break.” This year, the University of Rhode Island...

The path less traveled

Photo courtesy of Dominic DeFilipi | URI students enjoy their symmer vacation abroad. Contact the International Center for more information on how you can spend your summer in a new country. While the end of...

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