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...

Need to have a good cry? Here is where

Sometimes, life happens and we just need to have a good cry, especially when midterms and finals come around and the stress is tearing us down. It can be difficult to find a private,...

Honka takes long, self-motivated road to URI

Nobody showed up on his doorstep in search of the next collegiate star athlete.  He didn’t get the recruitment letters in the mail.  He wasn’t in constant contact with American coaches since he was...

Ink on campus

Freshman human development and family studies major Aaron Cervone said that he didn’t have a clue what his tattoo could possibly mean. “I really liked the art style,” Cervone said. The different levels of shading...

Drag Ball held by the Gender and Sexuality Center

On Friday, Oct. 20, the University of Rhode Island's Gender and Sexuality Center held their fourth annual Drag Ball in honor of Coming Out month. Director of the Gender and Sexuality Center, Annie Russell, hosted...

Professor studies classroom solutions for underrepresented minorities

There are many professors and faculty at the University of Rhode Island who work with underrepresented minorities. Among this list is Bryan Dewsbury, Ph.D., a biology professor who studies underrepresented minorities in higher education. “I...

Baseball team set to turn things around in 2015

After a disappointing 2014 season, the University of Rhode Island baseball team has a new head coach and is poised for a rebound. New head coach Raphael Cerrato joined the Rams baseball program in 2012,...

Police Profile: meet Captain Carey

  The longest-standing member of the University of Rhode Island’s police department has had many experiences with the community that have made him grow as a person and in his career. Since he started working for...

Meet the Senate: Director of Communications

If you were a pre-med student-athlete with two majors, you might think spending your precious free time on student government would be overkill. Kathleen Mae Uy is more than up to the challenge, currently...

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...

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