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Thinking big, thinking green

Thinking big, thinking green

URI celebrates Earth Day on the Quad April 22 is Earth Day around the world, but the University of Rhode Island celebrated it with Earth Day on the Quadrangle Wednesday,…

Student group aims to reduce plastice use on campus

In an effort to improve the University of Rhode Island’s campus environment, the organization Student Action for Sustainability (SAS), is advocating for plastic reduction. “People say, ‘oh well I don’t…

URI GAU to Participate in Earth Day science march

URI GAU to Participate in Earth Day science march

This Saturday, in celebration of Earth Day, the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate Assistants United (GAU) will participate in the March for Science demonstration in Providence, and are inviting the…

NRS class project inspires pollinator habitat creation

NRS class project inspires pollinator habitat creation

Three students are planting flowers and raising awareness about the importance of declining populations of pollinators after being assigned a project for their NRS 223 Conservation of Populations and Ecosystems…

Do you recycle? Survey results

Do you recycle? Survey results

This week in environmental news

After viewers spent months watching the livestream from Animal Adventure Park Zoo in New York, the pregnant giraffe, named April, finally had her fourth baby last Saturday, April 15. More…

Student Senate 4/19

The University of Rhode Island Student Senate gave recognition to a new student organization and co-sponsored an event in one of their shortest meetings of the year last night. Student…

John Sears to resign from position as head of Housing and Residential Life

John Sears to resign from position as head of Housing and Residential Life

John Sears, assistant vice president of Student Affairs and director of Housing and Residential Life, officially put in his resignation this past Tuesday stating that his last day at the…

Rainvilles honor campus leaders

The A. Robert Rainville Leadership Awards recognized three students and one student organization for their exemplary work as leaders while maintaining a good academic record this past Tuesday in the…

Student activists meet obstacles on campus

Students who helped organize a lecture on reproductive rights in Rhode Island last Thursday were upset to discover that all of their signs for the event had been torn down…