Where did the newspapers go?

You may have noticed that the newspaper receptacles containing the New York Times and USA Today normally found in the library, Chafee and Swan halls have been missing. It was a convenient service. Students could...

SEC plans for an improved year

The Student Entertainment Committee plans a variety of shows and events on campus, but in the past year, some trouble has arisen. SEC receives a budget from Student Senate each year, which is split between...

Off-Campus Update: October 8

Narragansett Citing a rise in parking issues, Town Council approved the first reading of an ordinance, Monday, recommending Inez Street, south of Kingstown Road, should become a no parking zone from 10 p.m. through 5...

New Sigma Chi house soon to be completed

URI’s Delta Sigma chapter of the Sigma Chi Fraternity has waited years for their new house, which will be completed and ready to open in Fraternity Circle on Nov. 1. The $3.3 million house will...

Center for Nonviolence & Peace Studies recognized nationally for work

The Center for Nonviolence & Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island was awarded the 2014 annual National Peacemaker of the Year by Interfaith Paths to Peace, a nonprofit organization based in Louisville,...

Student engineers help solve global issues

The University of Rhode Island’s Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW), a non-profit group on the Kingston campus, is currently working on a waste water treatment system for a school in San Mateo, Nicaragua. “The...

Yes on 4: potential for large scale campus change

If the University of Rhode Island’s efforts to influence voter approval of a $125 million bond referendum are successful, construction of a new engineering facility will initiate state and university-wide improvements. If approved, the Question...

Salaries differ across departments

Salaries of professors are a complex issue for many schools. Each school decides their own pay rates based on what is most important to them in the quality of their staff and the needs...

Forum opens conversation about town ordinances

The University of Rhode Island’s Student Senate gathered students, university administrators and officials from the Town of Narragansett Wednesday night to discuss new measures that the town has taken in response to last May’s...

URI’s 2013 Crime Report

It is required for every college and university in the United States to disclose all of the crimes on its campuses along with nearby neighborhoods. October 1 marked the day the University of Rhode...

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