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Marissa Tansino, Jessica Pace, and Allie Herrera report on this week's top stories.
A sorority at the University of Rhode Island hosted a concert this week to benefit a philanthropic health care organization. On-campus women’s pharmacy organization Lambda Kappa Sigma sponsored the Hope Rocks Benefit Concert. All proceeds will go toward Project HOPE (Health Opportunities for People Everywhere). Project HOPE was founded in 1978...
The University of Rhode Island women’s basketball team struggled to find their offensive rhythm Sunday afternoon was routed, 67-53, by the University of Dayton in a wire-to-wire victory for the Flyers. Both teams entered the game trying to drift away from middle of the conference and ascend up the Atlantic...
After winning its first two games in the Atlantic 10 Tournament, the University of Rhode Island men’s soccer team’s aspirations of winning the championship came to a close as they lost 1-0 to Fordham. In the final game, Rhode Island would oppose the no. 6-seeded Fordham Rams, who had upset...
Too soon for Christmas tunes?    (web exclusive) It is officially November and some of us may be toying with the idea of: Is it time to put away the fall tunes and get into the Christmas groove? Once Nov. 1 hits, there are exactly 54 days till Christmas. So for...
  The University of Rhode Island men’s club hockey team was swept by no. 1 Stony Brook University on the road this weekend, dropping them to 1-3 and digging themselves a hole early in the season. The Rams struggled to get in an offensive rhythm in both games. Their defense had...
The first show I ever attended was the Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert back in 2007 after winning the ticket in a raffle. I have gone through quite a few music phases to get to where I am with my music taste  today, but every...
The College of Business Administration held the eighth annual Vangermeersch Lecture at the Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences on Tuesday, April 7. The title of the lecture was “Is There an App for That?” and Denise L. Fletcher, the vice president and chief innovation officer, Healthcare, Pharma and...
  Republican presidential candidate and neurosurgeon Ben Carson has been under serious fire regarding his controversial commentary on the recent Oregon campus massacre. The New York Times released a story on him this past Tuesday with his statement: “I never saw a body with bullet holes that was more devastating...

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