Students and faculty acknowledge persistent parking problems

From March 30 to April 27, the University of Rhode Island’s traditional parking layout will change in order to accommodate visitors during the busy admissions season. The Fine Arts South parking lot, which is usually...

URI responds to mold in residence halls

  The growth of mold in resident halls at the University of Rhode Island has been a recurring issue. The Housing and Residential Life office attempts to ensure solutions to students who may be having...

The issues with dorm locks and how to get them fixed

Photo by John Martin | Dorm locks across campus have been breaking, locking residents out of their rooms or not locking at all. Recently, students of the University of Rhode Island have complained about issues...

URI employees top state payroll

It could come as a surprise to many University of Rhode Island students and Rhode Island taxpayers to learn that the list of top-earning state workers does not include any top legislators or even...

University invests time, money to make residence halls fire safe

Photo by Anna Meassick | The Roger Williams Complex, home to the sophomore slums, is in the process of getting safety renovations. By Andrew Main and Ian Weiner Over the course of the last decade, the...

Police warn students against fake ID use

Whether you’re trying to get into a bar off campus on the weekend, or buying alcohol from the local liquor store, the University of Rhode Island and South Kingstown Police are reminding students of...

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...

Hidden controversy surrounds Malcolm X library quote

“I told the Englishman that my alma mater was books, a good library. Every time I catch a plane, I have with me a book that I want to read-and that's a lot of...

Construction burden on University, but may not be at fault

Photo by Joseph Lachance | Lower College Road needed to be repaved again after a sewer line got disconnected. The University of Rhode Island has paid a contractor for a construction mishap that occurred during...

The Rhode to a healthy life just got easier

Photo courtesy of Patrick Luce. Students and faculty will be working together to provide mobile care to those in need. On Nov. 28, the University of Rhode Island will release its new Rhode to Health...

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