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University of Rhode Island students silently laid on Lower College Road to protest the grand jury’s lack of indictment for Officer Darren Wilson’s killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. Last night at 11:30 p.m., student organization leaders and other students gathered on the Quadrangle for four and a half...
The chandelier keeps shining on for 40-year-old multi-platinum pop-star, Sia, whose album, "This is Acting", was recently released on Friday, Jan. 29. Sia's music has been seen and heard over thousands of radio and TV programs since her solo debut in 2014. After her song, Chandelier, hit radio stations across...
The University of Rhode Island men’s rugby team defeated Boston University, 88-5, and the women’s rugby squad beat the University of Massachusetts, 27-5. In the women’s game, the first try was scored by junior forward Jonna Miguel.  Senior back Sarah May Bonneson scored the next try for the Rams, with...
  The University of Rhode Island men’s basketball team (17-15) came into this season with expectations that were through the Ryan Center roof, but ended with injury woes and a second round Atlantic 10 Championship 67-62 loss to the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The worst-case scenario for any college team with...
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...
A year from now when someone says to me, “it’s your fault that we’re in this situation,” I can truthfully say it’s not. I am talking about probably the most important presidential election in history and the fact that I can’t vote. Therefore, whatever political situations arises within the next...
  “I’m in a love/hate relationship with The Walking Dead!” This may sound like a typical Tumblr text post exclaiming shock or frustration at an unexpected plot development or recently deceased character, but in recent months I’ve found out it’s an increasingly accurate representation of my relationship with Cable TV’s...

Letter to the Editor

"URI: POVERTY LEVEL WAGES PAID ADJUNCT FACULTY " Authors: Edward S. Inman III, Michael Araujo and Dorothy F. Donnelly A recent news article entitled “”5 chiefs paid more than $1M, study finds,” (Providence Journal, 7/18/2016) questions the validity of the huge salaries being paid to presidents of public institutions of higher...
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