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...

Art student profile: flash animation with animals

Senior year can be a stressful and difficult time in many students’ lives, but there is one student who has taken on a project which makes this burden a little easier. By beginning a...

Meet the Senate: director of marketing and recruitment

While he may not have been directly elected by the student body, Senate Director of Marketing and Recruitment Jakob Frenette loves working with the student body just as much as any senator. Frenette’s position on...

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,...

Club offers alternative sisterhood

Exclusive to the University of Rhode Island, We’re Offering Women Wisdom (WOWW) has been reaching out to college girls for 10 years. The goal of the club is to help freshmen and new members find...

Art student profile: mixed media self portraits

It is often difficult for a self portrait to completely capture a person within a picture. However, one art student has succeeded in this venture through combining materials and the use of personal and...

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...

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