Innovation with impact to showcase students’ hard work

Starting Sept. 21, the University of Rhode Island will be bringing together different forms of innovation on campus in an “Innovation with Impact” event. URI has many projects that support innovation on the campus...

URI receives $134,000 in seed funding for promising medical research

Multiple professors at the University of Rhode Island were granted $134,000 in seed funding from the Rhode Island Foundation to advance medical research on issues such as diabetes, prenatal care and cancer. “Healthy lives...

Unexpected Rodman Hall construction

Photo by Harry Schlenger | Construction began on Rodman Hall at the beginning of the semester in order to preserve the historic character of the building. The University of Rhode Island began construction on the...

URI ready to kick off 55th annual Honors Colloquium

On Tuesday, Sept. 25, the University of Rhode Island will kick off the first event of the 2018 Honors Colloquium. This year’s theme “Reimagining Gender: Voices, Power, Action,” will host a variety of speakers...

Police Beat: 9/11-9/18

Photo by Anna Meassick Tuesday, Sept. 11 At 12:03 p.m., there was a motor vehicle accident on the north side of the parking lot of the Fine Arts building. A report was filed. Wednesday, Sept. 12 At 11:09...

News you should know

Hurricane Florence made landfall on Friday morning near Wrightsville Beach in Wilmington, North Carolina. Florence was a category one hurricane when it made landfall. As of Sunday night, the heaviest hit area was the...

Student Senate 9/19/18

In the University of Rhode Island’s Student Senate meeting last night, the committees discussed various advancements. President Adriana Wilding encouraged senators in the meeting to reach out to people to run for Senate, as...

To walk or not to walk, that is the shuttle question

Sarah Vinci | Students were surprised this fall when they discovered the brand new shuttle system. With the start of the 2018 fall semester, the University of Rhode Island’s Transportation and Parking Services debuted their...

Boil water advisory impacts Narragansett Bay Campus, off-campus students

On Aug. 31 the Rhode Island Department of Health put a boil-water advisory in effect after the discovery of E. coli bacteria in one of Washington County’s water systems. Suez Water, the company that provides...

Brookside Apartments on-track to be completed by fall 2019

Joseph Lachance | Through rain and shine, construction continues on the Brookside Apartments, set to be completed by fall 2019. Construction of the new Brookside Apartment complex is on schedule to be completed by the...

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