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Local A new settlement has been reached between Rhode Island state officials and 38 Studios totaling $2.5 million. The state has been working since 2012 to recoup its losses from its loans to the now-defunct...

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Student Senate Report 11/8

The Student Senate recognized two organizations last night. The first was Alpha Phi Omega, a coed service fraternity. This group is not associated with Greek Life and focuses on community service on campus. They...

VIDEO: URI prioritizes campus safety preparation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLaFAWO4mXk&feature=youtu.be We are all too familiar with the tragic school shootings across the country that have taken the lives of many in recent years. Experts say that the rate of these tragedies stands statistically unchanged...

Weeding out the future of marijuana

The plant sciences department will be offering a one-credit, 400-level seminar about the use, production, politics and policies regarding medical marijuana next semester on Wednesdays at noon. The seminar, which goes by the code...

WATCH: URI police officers give back to the community

A day on the job is a lot closer to home for officers John Bush and Cameron Schneck of the URI Police Department. Both graduated from the university before they suited up as patrolmen...

Journalism overlaps PR major

  Journalism and public relations majors often contradict each other- except in Journalism 341, editing for publication, where they learn editing techniques side by side. Journalism 341 is a required class for public relations majors and...

Hempfest promotes drug awareness, breaks stereotypes

Students for a Sensible Drug Policy present the 15th annual “Hempfest 2016: The Rally for Reform” this Saturday on the University Rhode Island Quadrangle, which will offer free music all day, speakers, vendors, food...

Students see black smoke coming from Adams Hall

What students from the University of Rhode Island believed to be a fire in Adams hall last Sunday night was in fact nothing more than a harmless steam leak. Residents of Adams hall were...

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