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By Kayla Michaud and Laura Weick Photo by Kayla Michaud |CIGAR| Students take part in the University’s first ever “Her Time” march. On Monday, March 19, several University of Rhode Island organizations and students participated in a women’s march titled “Her Time.” The march was originally intended to occur on International Women’s...
Nearly a decade after stunning audiences with his first stop-motion adventure, writer and director Wes Anderson returns to the intricate form with “Isle of Dogs.” Filled with his signature humor and witty dialogue, the film proves to be another meticulously constructed delight from the modern auteur.  Set 20 years in...
Photo by Autumn Walter |CIGAR| Pittsburgh – A regular season Atlantic 10 Championship. A program long seven-straight weeks in the AP Top 25. The highest ranking in school history in the AP Poll at No. 16. All on the way to the highest seed in an NCAA tournament at No....
Photo by Stephanie Erickson |CIGAR| A member, or members, of the University of Rhode Island community defaced several buildings and shared spaces on campus with political graffiti. At this time the University officials and Campus Police have been unable to identify those responsible for this string of vandalism. The University's...
Photo courtesy of PhotobyFriday |  The Rhode Island men’s basketball team will pack their bags and head down to Washington D.C for the 2018 Atlantic 10 Men’s Basketball Tournament, looking to become the first team to repeat as champions since Temple University did in 2009 and 2010. However, after starting...
Photo by Autumn Walter|CIGAR| Students interact with a variety of media involved in the show, creating an immersive experience.  The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA) allows artists to submit their artwork for a chance to receive a grant. Every year the council evaluates a plethora of submissions...
Photo by Joe Lachance |CIGAR| The University of Rhode Island is in the process of coordinating a tobacco free campus initiative. Main objectives include ensuring all community members are respected and taken into consideration. Efforts to help smooth the transition for students and faculty have been brainstormed. Overall, the initiative...
Photo by Autumn Walter |CIGAR| Wednesday night Student Senate spent over an hour discussing the presidential disqualification ticket. Student Senate voted on Wednesday, Feb. 28 not to disqualify the presidential ticket of Adriana Wilding and Abdulwhab Alquirtas. The vote was 11 in the affirmative, 14 in the negative and six abstaining. Wilding...
Photo by Kayla Michaud |CIGAR|  Umergency is a free, easy-to-use application with features to help you in an emergency, tailored to your specific college. It includes emergency contact numbers, a medical consent form, your uploaded medical cad and a GPS service that releases your location to trusted contacts in a...
Photo by Autumn Walter |CIGAR| Student Senate mishandles club organization external bank accounts For at least the past three years, miscommunication between members of Student Senate and various student organizations has led to a failure of regulating external bank accounts. An external bank account is any account used for finances in...

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