How Accessible is URI to Students With Disabilities?

Only a handful of buildings on campus provide a handicap entrance. | Photo by Anna Meassick Although many buildings at the University of Rhode Island do not have ramps...

Journalist Gives $1 Million to Harrington School

Students gather in the newly renovated Harrington Living room.|Photo by Grace DeSanti Former WPRI newscaster Karen Adams recently gave the Harrington School of Communications $1 million to start an...

Police Beat 3/28 – 4/2

Thursday, March 28 At 8:20 a.m., a burglar alarm was set off at the Schmidt Labor Research Center. It was declared a false alarm. At 8:37...

Student Senate 4/3

The budget for recognized student organizations for the fiscal year of 2019-2020 was approved during the University of Rhode Island’s general meeting on April 3. The bill calling for...

Emergency Fund Created in 2009 Grows

The URI contingency fund is only set to support the college for 2 weeks. Photo by Grace DeSanti. Since the University of Rhode Island’s President, David M. Dooley’s arrival...

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...

Honors Program Becomes More Inclusive

The honors lounge provides a study area for those enrolled in the program designed for students of all majors. Photo by Anna Meassick. Although students at the University of...

Student Body Approves Referendum To Increase Club Sports Funding

Students line up to vote on important topics relating to the university, including one on increased funding for the Club Sports Intramural Council. Photo by Anna Meassick. University of...

President of ExxonMobil Exploration Company Donates $1 Million to GSO

The Graduate School of Oceanography was given a $1 million donation by the president of ExxonMobil Exploration Company to fund a new building. Photo by Anna Meassick. The University...

Marine Biology Major Wins Prestigious Scholarship

Max Zavell (middle left) is the recipient of a NOAA Holling’s Scholarship. Photo courtesy of Max Zavell. A marine biology major at the University of Rhode Island, junior Max...

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