The first Mental Health Awareness Discussion to help end stigmatization on the University of Rhode Island campus was held in the Multicultural Student Services Center on Tuesday, April 12. The event’s founders are three psychology students at URI, freshman Nick Bush, Devon Jarvis and Emily DiGiorvio. The three share a...
Student Senate welcomed new Election Committee members for fall 2015, last night. Senators elected five members whose role will be to promote elections and voter turnouts, as well as to assure that the elections period runs smoothly. Student Senate President Amanda Rode said, “We are redirecting the elections committee to mainly...
On Monday, Jan. 23   -At 6:34 p.m., a report was filed for a drug offense in Coddington Residence Hall on Complex Road.   -At 11:32 p.m., a report was filed for a drug offense in Burnside Residence Hall on West Alumni Avenue.   On Tuesday Jan. 24   -At 12:34 a.m., University Police were...
An associate professor of business at the University of Rhode Island received a 2018 National Award for Innovative Excellence in marketing education. To engage students and give them real-life experiences, Professor Christy Ashley came up with a project called “Fantasy Brands League.” Ashley found that the students in her...
  The University of Rhode Island baseball team was swept by no. 14 Florida State University this past weekend to kick off the season. The Seminoles outscored the Rams 50-6 in the three-game set. On Friday, Rhode Island senior Steve Moyers got the start and the loss, but the game did...
  The University of Rhode Island men’s golf team continued to build on their strong start to the season after finishing in second place on Monday at the Binghamton Fall Invitational in New York. The Rams were thrown into the tournament at the last minute, after the impending threat of Hurricane...
In today’s world of click-bait, Facebook and ‘alternative facts,’ it can be difficult to know what information is true, and what isn’t. Students wishing to find reliable information should focus on reputable, established outlets while avoiding information from unknown sources. “The simplest thing to do is rely on time...
If there is one universally understood truth among college students, it is that tuition is not cheap—and neither is on-campus housing. For many students who put themselves through college on-campus employment is their primary option, and sometimes their only option. Some students do not have transportation to commute to...
Fans love a good story. It is what fuels their love for the game. Sure, hometown loyalties or parental influence can shape a person’s rooting interests, but it is the culmination of a gripping narrative years-in-the-works that makes the complete emotional investment in a team worthwhile. Fans latch onto...
Photo by Greg Clark | Pianist Alexander Ray begins the music convocation, captivating the audience. The music department showcased many instrumental and vocal solo and duet performances by students within the department during their Nov. 8 music convocation. Pianist Alexander Ray started off the afternoon’s performances with “Sonata in C#...

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