Catholic Chaplain Put on Leave

The chaplain at the Catholic Center located on campus was removed. | Photo by Anna Meassick. by Andy Main, Julia Moro and Mary Lind The Catholic...

School of Education Expands, School of Professional and Continuing Studies Struggles

by Ian Weiner and Kayla Laguerre-Lewis Since the School of Education and the College of Continuing Education merged in 2017 to become the Alan Shawn Feinstein College of...

SOLC loses $17,000 budget

By Andrew Main, Julia Moro, Samuel Murray, Caitlyn Picard, and Ian Weiner Senate votes 27-3 to unfund student organization After debate, Student Senate decided to defund the Student Organization Leadership Consultants (SOLC) with a vote of...

Professor helps thousands with speech anxiety

Photo courtesy of Robert Burns. Robert Burns, a communications professor at the University of Rhode Island has spent many years working with over 16,000 people to overcome their speech anxiety. From NFL players, to popstars, professors...

Former URI student charged with first-degree murder

Photo by Autumn Walter | You never know who may be walking among you A former University of Rhode Island student is facing charges of first-degree murder. Owen Morris, a 21-year-old from Warren, Rhode Island, was...

Food ordering made easier: Hungry Rhody becomes Hungry Button

Photo by Sarah Vinci | Hungry Rhody renamed themselves Hungry Button and launched a new app for mobile ordering. The popular food ordering website “Hungry Rhody” has rebranded itself as “Hungry Button” and launched a...

University looking for suspects in car vandalism incidents

By Theresa Brown and Andrew Main Swastikas and phallic images were carved in various lots around the Kingston campus The vandalism has taken place in multiple areas such as the Flag Road, Keaney, Dairy Barn and...

Welcome, Phender!

Campus police welcomes new bomb-sniffing dog. Officer Bob Kenyon poses with Phender. Photo by Anna Meassick. As a reaction to bomb threats across the country, the...

URI plans 2 percent tuition increase

Photo by Kristina Erickson |CIGAR| In-state students will have to pay $346 more next year, while out of state students will have their tuition increase by $820 This coming fall, both in-state and out-of-state students...

New coffee bar dares to be different

Photo by Anna Meassick | BRU RI offers delicious coffee, doughnuts, and a quiet space for students to study. The newly opened Bru RI Coffee Bar located on Fortin Road offers a bar-like atmosphere with...

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