URI police department reveals confiscated material protocol

“I hate the smell of this stuff,” Lt. Michael Chalek, interim police major, commented as he bent over a bin of confiscated marijuana in the permanent evidence room of the University of Rhode Island...

URI releases PCB findings

After the presence of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) were detected in a window-caulking sample of Fogarty Hall on March 18, air sample and surface tests conducted show very low levels of the compound throughout the...

WATCH: URI police officers give back to the community

A day on the job is a lot closer to home for officers John Bush and Cameron Schneck of the URI Police Department. Both graduated from the university before they suited up as patrolmen...

WATCH: Cigar Newscast 9/29

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Student Senate Report: April 1, 2015

The Electronic Music Association was approved for $1,125 in funding for their annual dance party, entitled “Lost in Wonderland”, to fund the DJs and sound equipment for their event at the University of Rhode...

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The armed school resource deputy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School resigned last week after it was discovered that he never entered the building while the shooting happened. Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said...

Students gather to discuss ‘restrictive’ handbook policies

On Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017, the University of Rhode Island hosted the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) for a presentation on how public institutions infringe upon American’s First Amendment rights. “This event...

Paying the price of a good time

Students at the University of Rhode Island cannot all pay the price of making responsible decisions. With Uber surcharges during popular nights of the week, getting home safely can be expensive. Uber states the right...

Ranger Hall lays rumors to rest

The recent internal and external changes made to Ranger Hall have brought the building into the modern world, but in the wake of its completion there have been numerous misconceptions and rumors. As a new...

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LOCAL: An East Greenwich man was sentenced on Wednesday to 65 months in federal prison for filing 58 fraudulent tax returns. Anthony DelFarno, former owner of the now-closed SoHo Ristorante at 21 Pier Marketplace in...

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