University of Rhode Island journalism students report on this week's headlines.
  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...
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...
Madelynn Schulte, Marissa Tansino, and Jessica Pace bring you this week's headlines.
The University of Rhode Island men’s soccer team failed to convert in a 1-0 loss to Lehigh last night, their first home defeat of the season. The Rams fall to 1-3-1 on the year and have been shut out in two consecutive games, dropping a 3-0 matchup with Boston College...

Fall TV Recap

Thanks to basic cable networks, HBO, and Hulu or Netflix, there’s more TV to watch than ever before, but picking up a new show can be a time commitment. With so many TV shows to choose from and limited time in the day, it can be tough to decide what...
In combining various art mediums with her own personal philosophy, Italian and Dutch artist Marta Nijhuis demonstrated Monday night at the University of Rhode Island, how the phases of our own philosophy mature, reflect onto the world and rightfully, back onto ourselves. “These two things are quite related, one...
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...

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