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The number of students seeking counseling services at the University of Rhode Island has been on the rise in recent years. Counseling rates have increased from around 800 students per academic year in 2013 to over 1000 students in 2016 according to the URI Counseling Center. Eighty percent of those...
  Two students were arrested and one was injured during riots that broke out at the University of Rhode Island after the Patriots’ Super Bowl win Sunday night, according to URI Public Safety officials. The names of those arrested have not been released, but one officer confirmed that the injury...
College students in Rhode Island may soon begin to feel some relief from college debt after Gov. Gina Raimondo proposed two years of free tuition for state schools in her Fiscal Year 2018 budget. If the proposal passes, students at the Community College of Rhode Island, if enrolled full-time and...
Lizz Malloy and Jessica Pace bring you this week's headlines.
The University of Rhode Island men’s basketball Rams, ranked 23rd in the AP National Poll, competed in the Hall of Fame Tipoff Tournament in Connecticut’s Mohegan Sun Arena over the weekend where they orchestrated a tremendous comeback victory over Cincinnati before falling to No. 3 Duke, 76-66 in the...
Jessica Pace, Madelynn Schulte, and Marissa Tansino bring you this week's headlines.
Students at the University of Rhode Island can anticipate a new way to buy and sell textbooks at fair trade, thanks to a student startup rolling out in early December. Senior accounting major Anthony Markey, 21, will be launching his website Libby in order to create an online textbook marketplace...

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