Letter to the Editor: Can URI Students Vote on November 8?

By Thupten Tendhar Of course, I plan to vote for YES on 4. “We need your voice and your vote on November 8 to support the success of our students and the role the University...

Albiani’s Spring Football Practice Notebook

The University of Rhode Island men’s football practice once again had their practice on Wednesday. This week had less physicality than in previous weeks as the team prepares for the Blue against White annual...

Is it time to forgive Brian Williams?

It’s been a rough couple of weeks if you’re NBC Nightly News’ managing editor and anchor. Brian Williams is currently being suspended by NBC while an investigation is underway regarding his recent journalistic shortcomings. If you...

Sully Abroad: Dorming in the land down under

I have a bone to pick with anyone who says that the University of Rhode Island Housing and Dining are terrible. I will never complain about either of them again. First, my room has...

Sully Abroad: New Zealand spring break part 2

SYDNEY - Last week my entire article was about how beautiful New Zealand was, and how I wasted a golden opportunity in the country. However, New Zealand as a whole was not a wasted...

Cigar sports reporter reflects on time in U.S.

Facing my final weeks at the University of Rhode Island, I have found myself to be much more attached to this place and the people of it than I ever expected this time a...

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...

Column: Reflecting on URI men’s basketball’s interesting season

The University of Rhode Island men’s basketball team had their promising season come to a close on Sunday night, the 17th anniversary of their Elite Eight loss to Stanford, against the Cardinal once again,...

How to Survive Your First Month of College

The first month of college is similar to a maze. Students move onto campus and have to navigate their way through the madness of getting back into the rhythm of academics and signing up...

Music piracy: right or wrong?

In the digital age, we have become used to having everything right at our finger-tips; the advances that mobile phone technologies have made in the past decade are astounding. Personal computers and laptops are something...