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Local News Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo stepped forward and stated that she is willing to assist the federal government in hosting Syrian refugees in Rhode Island. In the coming year, the United States intends...

Police Beat 10/5-10/12

On Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 4:49 p.m., a drug offense was reported on the path between the basketball court and Keaney, however, the suspects were gone by the time the University Police arrived. On...

Student Senate Report: 10/4

The University of Rhode Island Student Senate voted to give $1,010 to the Fencing Club. It was the first contingency grant of the academic year. The money will be used to buy a new piece...

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The armed school resource deputy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School resigned last week after it was discovered that he never entered the building while the shooting happened. Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said...

URI aims to retain, improve first year

MAP-Works, or Making Achievement Possible, is a new student retention program that the University of Rhode Island has implemented to improve the success rates of freshmen students for the past six years. In the program,...

Police Beat 2/7 – 2/14

  On Sunday, Feb. 7,  at 12:41 a.m., a motor vehicle stop in the parking lot in front of Peck Residence Hall led to a citation being issued for a 19-year-old for the underage possession...

URI celebrates World Anthropology Day

  The University of Rhode Island’s anthropology department celebrated World Anthropology Day on Thursday, Feb. 18, by screening a special film. “The Anthropologist” made it’s world premiere that day, highlighting the role that current anthropologists play...

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This Week’s Top Story: Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration Sparks Controversy and Uncertainty In keeping with months of campaign promises, last week, President Donald Trump signed an executive order with far-reaching effects for United States...

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President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he has directed Attorney General Jeff Sessions to propose changes that would ban bump stocks on guns. Earlier in the day, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Trump had...

The Student Senate Report: February 19, 2015

Student Senate President Joseph Maynard announced that the University of Rhode Island might not have any reading days due to the number of classes missed due to the snow. It has already been decided by...

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