Letter to the editor: From the president of SOLC

I am writing in response to the satirical “article” published last week for two reasons – as a concerned student, as well as the president of the student organization who was publicly mocked in...

Opinion: Coming to terms with my useless general business degree

  It’s probably common knowledge to most, but for those as clueless as I was: certain majors are respected more than others, and some are hardly valued at all. People like to believe they’re better...

Never be afraid to follow your passion

Sam Murray - Senior Farewell Being asked to decide what you want to do for the rest of your life at the age of 18 is bizarre. Essentially, we have four years to decide how...

Letter to the editor: Clarifying the Malpractice of Student Senate

Submission by Sam Foer Last week the Cigar published an article with some false and misleading information about Student Senate’s practices and policies. I write to clarify Senate’s problematic practices and their actual regulations, which...

A Foodie’s first taste: Krazy Fusion Cafe

The Kingston Emporium, just on the edge of the University of Rhode Island’s campus, has a new offering in its lineup of quick service and casual dining: the Krazy Fusion Cafe. On first glance, the...

Living off-campus as a freshman

In high school, I dreamed of living on-campus during college. I couldn’t wait to meet my roommate who would become my best friend, participate in on-campus traditions and experience what would be considered the...

Foodies First Taste: Davo’s

Photo by Laura Weick |CIGAR| A new restaurant in town, Davo’s offers students another option for their loved calzones. When I first heard that a restaurant specializing in calzones called Davo’s Calzones and Wraps would be...

Butting Heads: MWF classes vs T/TH classes

MWF is the way to go Allie Lewis I’d rather go to class one more day a week than sit in a lecture for an hour and 15 minutes. By the time I’m 45 minutes into...

Sex and the Cigar: Condom misconceptions

Condoms are messy, clunky and not well known for being fun to work with. We all have that moment, when you’re waiting in line at the drugstore trying to hide the box of condoms...

Letter to the Editor: Coping with stress

Submitted by Natalie Muscarella   After years of dealing with stress, I have learned that it can take as little as one minute a day to find relief. Everyone has to deal with stress at some point...

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