This trio knows their drugs

Three pharmacy students from the University of Rhode Island took first place in the Clinical Pharmacy Challenge hosted by the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) this past October. The event took place from...

This week’s honors colloquium: Women and STEM

At the Honors Colloquium on Tuesday, Nov. 6, author and engineer Pamela McCauley talked about women and their various successes in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) field. McCauley has years of experience...

This week in the Cigar’s history

Thursday, November 5, 1992 Headline: Clinton big winner in R.I., Bush finishes just ahead of Perot Bill Clinton clinched a victory in the traditionally Democratic Rhode Island. Incumbent President George H.W. Bush running...

How food insecure is URI?

Photo by Anna Meassick | Very few students know of Rhody Outpost, a food pantry on campus that helps students who lack proper food and resources. The University of Rhode Island’s Feinstein Center for a...

The more you hydrate, the greater your discount

Photo by Greg Clark | Reusable water bottles were given barcodes for students to scan and earn discounts at the school store. Last April, a new program was launched on campus that encourages students to...

‘Slaying’ the polls

Photo by Sarah Vinci |Jay Rumas (above) partnered with ACLU and Student Senate to host an event, encouraging students to vote for the 2018 elections. Jay Rumas, a sophomore at the University of Rhode...

Steps for success after college

Photo by Anna Meassick | (Left to Right) Event Coordinator Kelly Harris, CES specialists Lisa Kuosmanen, Caitlin Broccoli and Douglas Ouimette welcome students to the Fall Networking and Career Fair. Professional Development Week (PDW) is...

Hungry Button forced to change promotional program

The popular food delivery company Hungry Button was forced to change one of their promotional programs after numerous students at the University of Rhode Island violated the company’s terms of use. Hungry Button has...

Happiness how-to according to Tibetan Buddhist

The Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies will host a lecture by a prominent Buddhist Geshe titled “Unlock Your Happiness Potential” on Nov. 8. The lecture will be held in Room 105 of the Beaupre...

Police Beat 11/1-11/6

Photo by Anna Meassick Thursday, Nov. 1 At 9:34 a.m., the burglar alarm went off in the library. It was determined to be a false alarm. At 1:35 p.m., a motor vehicle accident was reported...

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