URI Celebrates Chinese New Year with Authentic Food, Activities, Performances

There will be a Chinese New Year Celebration on Feb. 16 at 6 p.m. in the Memorial Union Ballroom that will include Chinese food, activities and performances from students in the Chinese...

Gym encourages mental and physical wellness

The Anna Fascitelli Fitness and Wellness Center at the University of Rhode Island has offered a program titled “Writing for Wellness” for two years now. The program is open to all students and aims...

Nazarko’s URI sports’ journey begins, ends with baseball seasons

When University of Rhode Island baseball head coach Jim Foster had one remaining roster spot for his team’s 2014 campaign, he knew whom to call. Senior Jonathan Nazarko, 22, of East Lyme, Conn., had just finished his second...

Braving the cold, students with disabilities

The University of Rhode Island is made up of 1,245 acres, a striking amount for students to maneuver around during the winter months, but for students with disabilities, this distance is even greater. The Office...

URI theatre department offers degree unique to university

For students who dream of seeing their names in lights someday, the University of Rhode Island’s theatre program is likely the best training available. In fact, URI is the only school in Rhode Island...

Almuna anchors travel television show

Photo courtesy of Nikki Noya. University Alumna Nikki Noya (center) poses with her co-anchors Gailen David (left) and Bobby Laurie (right). A University of Rhode Island communications alumna has...

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...

Home for the Holidays: Dying to leave or to stay?

The holidays are a joyous time for many, but as college students, they also mean leaving many friends and routines behind. This winter break will give students time to return to their loved ones...

URI Neuroscientist inducted in prestigious fellowship

Paula Grammas, a neuroscience researcher at the University of Rhode Island, was inducted into the American Association for the Advancement of Science Circle of Fellows for her pioneering Alzheimer’s research. The American Association for...

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