Capturing the streets of Providence: Art student profile

Photography is a form of creating art through technology. However, in the 21st century many have forgotten that not all photography is digital; some still prefer the longer, hands-on darkroom (analog) photography. “I’ve taken a...

A Foodie’s First Taste: Peking Tokyo

Peking Tokyo is the obvious choice for satisfying a Chinese food or sushi craving while on campus. But, the question is: does it actually stack up on its own? Like most places in the...

Retrospective: Adjustments, miscommunication behind women’s hockey missing nationals

The University of Rhode Island women’s ice hockey team (21-7-1) wanted to go down a new path for their 2014-15 campaign, but it included losing their star goaltender, a couple other teammates, fluctuation in...

Spotlight on PRSSA at URI

The Public Relations Student Society of America at the University of Rhode Island may not be a well-known group on campus yet, but they’ve gone a long way in helping to provide opportunities to...

From URI to the big screen: Meet alumnus Brendan O’Malley

Growing up only a mile from campus, Brendan O’Malley never considered going anywhere else. Fast forward 25 years and he is nowhere close to Kingston, Rhode Island. Currently living out in California, O’Malley has...

University announces summer abroad programs

The Office of International Education at the University of Rhode Island recently announced its list of summer 2019 faculty-led study abroad opportunities for students. The programs allow students to earn credits towards their URI or...

Students win business language case competition

Three College of Business students from the University of Rhode Island placed second in the 2018 Business Language case competition hosted by the Brigham Young University Marriott School of Business in Utah. In this...

Secular URI offers alternative student perspectives

  In the words of Ivy Burns, Secular URI’s president, the group has a simple message to send: “We’re just regular people.” After witnessing the group’s meeting on Monday night, it’s hard to come to...

Italian, Film Professor is a Champion for Women’s Equality

Professor Catherine Sama actively advocates for gender equality. |Photo by Grace DeSanti. “I’m part of a generation of women and academics in Italian studies who have really changed the...

Students educate their peers on interpersonal violence, Title IX

At the University of Rhode Island the P.L.E.A.S.E program has been presenting to URI 101 classes about relationship violence, sexual assault and stalking for the past 12 years. The group is located within the...

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