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Some students, during their walk to class, have noticed that the American flag has been missing from the quadrangle since spring break and the bad weather is to blame. Director of Public Safety, Stephen Baker, said that after the weather that hit the campus during spring break, one of the...
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This Tuesday, Sept. 24, the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies will lead the University of Rhode Island in its celebration of the International Day of Peace. The Center encourages students to stop by the event to release any stress or tension that they may be feeling, and to...
Coming off impressive indoor seasons where the URI men’s team grabbed a championship and the women’s team earned second place, both teams picked up where they left off. Most notably, junior Ondrej Honka setting a personal best at the Florida Relays in the pole vault that earned him Atlantic...
The Department of Public Safety has come together to present URI’s first ever Safety Week to students and faculty. The event was held earlier this week over a course of three days. Students and faculty could sign up for the university’s emergency alert system, learn about bystander intervention and...
There is no narrative more sacred to NASCAR than conflict. Take NASCAR’s ascendance to the national spotlight as evidence. President’s Day weekend in 1979 saw large amounts of snow cover the Northeast and parts of the Midwest. Swaths of people who had never watched a NASCAR race tuned in for...
  The end to an adventurous, wild and heartwarming series, The Hunger Games has continuously grabbed audience’s attention with both its books and movies. The final movie, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part Two, was released Nov. 19 in theaters around the country. According to CNN Money, Mockingjay “easily” topped the...
You are sitting at your computer on a Monday night, staring at the two paragraphs you have written for the five-page paper due on Tuesday. You decide you need to check your email, because that’s always a good thing to do, right? You have Facebook open one tab over...
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...

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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