Letter to the editor: Residence Respect Issues

  Dear Editor, As the residents of Narragansett “try to get their town back,” they should keep in mind that it is a team effort.  As Brianna Montecalvo, the Student Senate External Affairs chair said in...

Column: Apathy about race at URI

  When it comes to the topic of race, there are two chief perspectives: one is from the eyes of someone who is a minority, and the view from someone who isn’t.  Yourself, friends, colleagues,...

Letter to the Editor: Student Affairs on sexual assault

Nationally, sexual assault on college campuses is a significant problem.  Sexual violence is an epidemic that can occur anywhere in any campus environment and is most prevalent among students ages 18-24.  One incident is...

Living with Asian-American stereotypes

  The only thing being an Asian American really means is that one is of Asian descent. That’s it. But speaking as an Asian American who lives many Asian American stereotypes, this is hardly the...

Surviving isn’t the same as thriving

  To wax poetic on the absurdity of stipend review is preaching to the choir. Everyone who has experienced it knows its flaws and those who have read this newspaper know the various failures of...

Butting Heads: Coffee or Tea?

The case for cofee Coffee is my drug. It’s the reason I get up in the morning and the only thing keeping me going throughout each and every day. In high school, I remember first...

I survived: My first collegiate week

I am proud to say that I have made it through my first week as a freshman at the University of Rhode Island! I am exhausted and exhilarated, slightly homesick, but ready for more...

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...

An open letter to Kelsey Santmyer: The response we think you deserve

A letter to Kelsey Santmyer Dear Kelsey, We cannot begin to count the number of ways our University has failed you. You were failed two years ago when you were raped. You were failed when you...

My search for faith: Catholic Center

  This is the fourth installment of a semester-long series that documents my exploration of faith on the University of Rhode Island campus. The goal is to sit down with every religious community on campus...

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