Black privilege differs between genders

  Running through the headlines in seemingly never ending streams are stories on racial tensions here in the United States. Fights for equality followed by the faces of young black men lost in the battle...

Police beat 4/14 to 4/18

  On Thursday, April 14, at 8:19 p.m., a report was filed for an incident of vehicular vandalism at the university police station, on Briar Lane Road. On Friday, April 15, at 1:11 a.m., university police...

Professor develops highly specific hurricane prediction models

Photo courtesy of Isaac Ginis | The model demonstrates how flood waters will rise given a hurricane in the state of Rhode Island. As catastrophic hurricanes wreak havoc along the coast, a professor at the...

Let’s get Naked!

For many incoming freshmen, the advertisements for a university-sponsored event closely resembling a mile long streak across campus may be perplexing. But these intriguing advertisements are doing exactly what they are meant to do:...

BES Lecture series: African Savannas

For a long time not many people have considered how plants and animals living in an environment contribute to how a landscape is shaped. Animals living within an area help to sustain the livability...

Public campus welcomes visitors

On a typical day, the University of Rhode Island is host to just under 17,000 graduate and undergraduate students, not including the hundreds of faculty and staff members also on campus. More often than...

Meredith Vieira joins Harrington School board

  Rhode Island native and talk show host, Meredith Vieira, recently accepted the invitation to join the University of Rhode Island’s Harrington School of Communication and Media Executive Advisory Board. URI students had the chance...

Police Beat 1/30-2/6

On Monday, Jan. 30   -At 11:39 a.m., an incident of larceny was investigated in Lippitt Hall, on Lippitt Road.     On Wednesday, Feb. 1   -At 12:16 a.m., a report was filed for a drug offense...

Dining hall cracks down on bugs

  Several students grew concerned about the University of Rhode Island’s dining halls after watching two student workers remove an insect from the beverage section of Mainfare Dining Hall on Jan. 30. Theresa Truong, a...

Student Senate Report: 1/31

  On Wednesday night, Senator Howard and Senator Schneidereit announced their candidacy for President and Vice President of Student Senate, to succeed the current President Ryan Buck and Vice President Ro Percy. The two candidates...

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