Her campus brings new URI chapter

“From the sporty girl to the make-up queen, we want Her Campus to be interesting to everyone,” said Sabrina Galiney, editor-in-chief of the University of Rhode Island’s new chapter of the website, Her Campus. The...

Not your typical ‘My cat ate my homework’: Why URI students say they missed...

In college, students have the independence to choose whether or not to attend class, but attendance is often made a portion of the final grade by professors. In some cases, professors only allow students...

Dance Company welcomes new, interested members

Many kids attend dance classes as kids.  At some point along the way most people realize that they're not destined to be a world class dancer, for a number of reasons. Despite this, people...

McKeeman getting touchdowns, recognition after sitting first season

University of Rhode Island redshirt sophomore Charlie McKeeman said it was difficult not to play during his first season on the football team while the coaches found him the right position. Once he took the...

Newly recognized club promotes gender equality

Students for the Advancement of Gender Equality (SAGE) is a newly senate-recognized organization on campus that encourages equal rights and fosters an environment where people of all genders can feel safe and valued. It is...

Young and determined, URI student entrepreneur

In Hangzhou, China, Harrison Kratter, is most widely known not for manufacturing of his popular “selfie sticks,” but for his “flash chargers.” For nearly three years he has been creating this product that, according to...

Making water out of metal

The ocean has inspired many artists to paint and draw its likeness, but one Rhode Island native wanted to capture it within a metal sculpture. Using cold forging from https://interplex.com/cold-forging-guide/ has helped us shape...

Mentor program offers students new perspective

Most college students have never worked in a school a day of their lives. They have experienced what being behind a desk is like, but never from the front of the classroom. Many can remember...

Transfer, true freshman lead way for under-radar hockey team

Club sports and their athletes may not always get the recognition they deserve. Students do not wait in lines to get into club hockey games at the University of Rhode Island, which have little attendance...

Internship column: Special Olympics mentor

Kelli Hingerton, a junior at the University of Rhode Island, has a passion for sports and athletics. She is on the women’s Division I rowing team but also has a passion for teaching children. Hingerton...

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