Hacker sends anti-Semitic fliers to printers

  The University of Rhode Island was one of at least a dozen universities nation-wide to receive racist and anti-Semitic fliers remotely sent to their public printers last Thursday. Director of Public Safety Stephen Baker...

NSCS to induct new members

The University of Rhode Island’s chapter of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars will be inducting its 55 newest members this Sunday at 10 a.m. in the Memorial Union Ballroom. During a ceremony that will...

Police Beat: 3/22 to 3/28

On Wednesday, March 22 at 12:20 p.m. a report was filed for an incident of larceny in Garrahy Residence Hall, on Flagg road. At 11:33 p.m. University Police were notified of suspicious activity in the...

Skateboarding accident seriously harms student

A serious skateboarding accident occurred last Thursday night at the University of Rhode Island’s Kingston campus. At roughly 5:30 p.m. just west of Butterfield Road on West Alumni Avenue, a skateboarder collided with a sport...

Sleeveless in Fascitelli: Gym redefines clothing policies

After hearing news that students were unhappy with the full t-shirt policy in place at the University of Rhode Island fitness centers, the staff decided to take an in-depth look at the gym’s policies...

Updates from the Student Senate meeting

The University of Rhode Island Student Senate had Housing Director Stephen Baker and Joe Paradise of parking and transportation to speak about various new programs and initiatives that they will be implementing by next...

Students make connecting on social media easier with new app

When you first meet someone, it is a long and arduous process to have to share your phone number, Snapchat and Instagram. Tap, a new social media and contact sharing platform, is looking to...

Another note threatens safety of Eddy Hall residents

On Monday night, another threatening note was found in Eddy Hall. Much like the two bomb threat notes that were found over the last two weeks, this note threatened the safety of residents in the...

On campus trouble for off campus problems

When students have run-ins with the law they can usually expect the consequences that follow if they get caught, but what they might not expect is having to set up a meeting with their...

Slow Food group teaches cooking fish

Do you know how to fillet a fish?  Did you know that fish are seasonal just like fruits and vegetables?  Can you name two species of fish that your local fishermen are catching right...

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