Student Senate report 10/11

The University of Rhode Island Student Senate voted on two bills Wednesday night. The first was to recognize Artists Striving to End Poverty as an unfunded organization. Their goal is to help the community...

News You Should Know 10/26

Thousands of previously classified documents regarding the assassination of John F. Kennedy will soon be available for the American public to see. A 1992 law stated that the remaining documents would be declassified on...

Police Beat: 3/22 to 3/28

On Wednesday, March 22 at 12:20 p.m. a report was filed for an incident of larceny in Garrahy Residence Hall, on Flagg road. At 11:33 p.m. University Police were notified of suspicious activity in the...

Eddy potentially opens doors to tours

The University of Rhode Island Enrollment Services is in the process of collaboratively deciding whether or not one upperclassmen dormitory, Eddy Hall, is going to be shown on tours this coming fall semester of...

News You Should Know

LOCAL The Rhode Island Public Transportation Authority (RIPTA) will be receiving more than $5 million in federal grants through a Federal Transit Administration (FTA) program. The funds, totaling $5.6 million, will be awarded to the...

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...

Student Senate report: 3/30

  Student Senate began their first meeting of the night by discussing an appeal of the stipend review process for Yearbook Renaissance’s Editor in Chief. During the stipend review process, Yearbook lost all their stipends....

International scholar brings ‘brain machine’ talk to URI

  Last night Dr. Ulrich G. Hoffmann, a professor from the University Medical Center Freiburg Clinic for Neurosurgery in Germany, visited the University of Rhode Island to give a lecture on brain-machine interfacing technology. He...

Narragansett landlords organize to fight for rentals

A new community organization, Narragansett 2100, hopes to add another side to the debate over the town’s student rental properties by representing landlords and property managers in Narragansett. According to Ray Kagels, the group’s founder...

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