Meet the Senate: Cultural Affairs Chair

From something as small as giving out candy apples at homecoming to raising money for families in need, student senator Sarah Patterson loves finding new ways to brighten the lives of others as the...

URI ghost hunting

According to some students, the University of Rhode Island has more paranormal action than some might expect. Dan Taylor, Residence Hall Director and Summer Conference Housing Manager at URI, has been working in the...

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...

Meet the Senate: External Affairs Chair

While Matthew Kilduff is no longer president of Student Senate, he is not slacking off either as the current chair of External Affairs. Though Kilduff’s role in the Senate is certainly less demanding than his...

Watson House: oldest building on campus

Built in the late 18th century the Oliver Watson House, located near the Phi Delta Gamma house, on the campus’ Farmhouse Road, is the oldest structure on the University of Rhode Island’s campus. When the...

New student leadership organization embodies school motto to Think Big

Do you have big dreams but don’t know how to bring them to life? Are you passionate about an issue but don’t know how to make a difference? Big Thinkers is a new student...

Column: QB position for the Rams remains an unknownn

There are five weeks left in the football season and the Rams still find themselves without a win. Making matters worse, the quarterback position is falling apart before our very eyes. Though there are a...

Wilson priming for start of URI career

Although the University of Rhode Island women’s basketball season has not officially started, freshman Charise Wilson is already creating a buzz. The 5-foot-5 point guard from West Babylon, New York, was a big score for...

Art student profile: graphic novel to help environment

Global warming, though a serious problem, is often ignored by many. An art student at the University of Rhode Island is attempting to educate the masses by making a comic book on the issue...

Rotaract club raises money for End Polio

The University of Rhode Island’s Rotaract Club raised $400 in donations for its Rock N’ Skate event to support its End Polio Now Campaign on Saturday night. The event was held at the Bradford R....

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