More Tails Are Wagging On Campus

The Puppy Raisers Club is making tails wag even more this semester with an increase of service dogs on campus. The club works with an organization called Guiding Eyes for the Blind, a non-profit...

David Dooley’s Day Off

President Dooley poses for a photo with students while visiting them in Indonesia during J-Term. Photo by Brook Williams Ross. URI president makes appearance during Indonesia J-Term Trip

Police Profile: meet Chief Baker

Every career begins somewhere, and the chief of University of Rhode Island Police, Stephen Baker,  began his career as the first police major the university has ever seen. Baker, who is also the director of...

Art Student Profile: Art belongs to its viewers

Unlike many art students at the University of Rhode Island, Lila Barber did not begin to explore her artistic side until coming to the university. Because so many art majors have been interested in the...

How College Students Can Save Money with These Essential Rewards Programs

University of Rhode Island students save every penny they can by joining rewards programs at any store possible. Nowadays, it is harder to come by a job that will allow students to fulfill their obsession...

From active soldier to active college student

There are many paths we could choose from in one’s journey through life. In beginning stages of adulthood, as we graduate high school, we make our first big decisions. For some people going to...

URI business professor receives National Award for Innovative Excellence

An associate professor of business at the University of Rhode Island received a 2018 National Award for Innovative Excellence in marketing education. To engage students and give them real-life experiences, Professor Christy Ashley came...

University welcomes new director of Jewish student life

Photo courtesy of Hillel. The University of Rhode Island’s Hillel Center welcomed their new Jewish Student Life director Michael Schreiber on Nov. 12 right in time to begin planning for holiday celebrations. This time of...

Zabludoff’s hard work leads to opportunities, records

If University of Rhode Island senior Chaya Zabludoff is seen throwing up at swimming practice, the level of concern should not be too high. The California native pushes herself to the brink of sickness...

Bubble soccer: an inflatable take on a classic sport

Photo by Anna Meassick |CIGAR| Students play soccer with a twist--they must remain upright in inflatable bubbles. The University of Rhode Island’s Campus Recreation brought a free bubble soccer tournament to adventurous students on April 7...

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