Tour guide chooses to hide newspapers

Last week The Good 5 Cent Cigar learned that a student tour guide was moving issues of the paper which they had deemed “unflattering.” The student’s decision to rearrange the latest issues, to be...

Sigma Pi suspended until 2023

Stefanie Erickson | CIGAR | After recent events, Sigma Pi has been forced to leave their on-campus house. On Tuesday Dec. 12, two students from the Sigma Pi Fraternity were arrested at their on-campus house...

Hope Commons to add late night, off-hours dining opportunities

Hope Commons will be added to the list of campus construction projects as a result of a $2.3 million renovation to expand and provide late night dining options for a growing student population. Governor...

Graduate School of Oceanography receives $120 million research vessel

Anna Meassick | The URI Graduate School of Oceanography will soon be the home of a brand new research vessel that will replace the "Endeavor." The University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography will...

Health Services warns against emergency contraceptive failures

“There’s a real failure rate when it comes to using emergency contraceptives, and the scary news is that most students are not aware of it,” Dr. Fortunato Procopio, Director of Medical Services at the...

Fine arts graffitied after parking changes

Photos courtesy of Victoria Gardiner In response to the new parking restrictions, graffiti has appeared on the sides of the Fine Arts Center. With the Fine Arts parking lot usually reserved for faculty and staff now...

Police Beat Nov 16th- Nov 29th

Thursday, Nov. 16: At 9:54 p.m. a complaint was filed at Lower College Road. Apparently, some kids were on the RIPTA bus and started to get too rowdy. The bus driver called the police to...

‘Think! Inquire! Advocate!’

Teaching young arguers to change the world How are we teaching our youth to become active agents of change in the world? On the afternoon of Nov. 29, the Harrington Forum Lecture Series presented Dr....

University adopts new parking policies, fines

Students at the University of Rhode Island will now face an $85 fine for their first offense for parking in the wrong lot. This is only one of a series of changes made to...

Speakers examine poverty, homelessness ‘from the inside out’

Two Eastern Washington University professors spoke on the struggles of poverty and homelessness in Tuesday night’s Honors Colloquium at Edwards Auditorium. Johnny Cake Center Executive Director Kate Brewster introduced professors Deanna Trella and Timothy Hilton...

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