Student Senate: 2/1

The Student Senate passed two bills at their meeting last night creating representative positions for the College of Educational & Professional Studies and the College of Health & Science and showing their support of...

Hillel hosts forum on interfaith dating, Judaism

  The University of Rhode Island’s Hillel Center held a seminar last night that allowed students to discuss issues and solutions surrounding interfaith dating for the Jewish community. The seminar, titled “Dating Outside the Tribe: Interfaith...

Students create guides to campus art

Multiple classes at the University of Rhode Island have begun to combat the problem of the campus art being difficult to find by setting a precedent of preserving the art and its history. In the...

Election media coverage focuses on language

Over the last few weeks, much of the media’s focus has been on Donald Trump’s “locker room talk”following the recordings discovered in which he described sexually harassing women. While these statements are clearly unacceptable,...

Student Senate Report: 10/18

The University of Rhode Island Student Senate inducted new senators at their meeting on Wednesday night. Following the election that was held earlier in the semester, the bill to confirm the Fall 2017 election...

News You Should Know: 4/27

Outsiders Le Pen and Macron to face off in French Election The first round of the French Presidential election, held last Sunday, ended without a majority-winner, as Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen will...

Speakers examine poverty, homelessness ‘from the inside out’

Two Eastern Washington University professors spoke on the struggles of poverty and homelessness in Tuesday night’s Honors Colloquium at Edwards Auditorium. Johnny Cake Center Executive Director Kate Brewster introduced professors Deanna Trella and Timothy Hilton...

Student Senate report 2/15

Director of Housing and Residential Life John Sears said, during last night’s senate meeting, that the recent review, by the office of internal audits, would help to fix current problems with student housing by...

News you should know

Local The Providence Police Department received a federal grant of $375,000 to purchase body cameras to equip their officers. The grant comes from the Department of Justice’s Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program. As a...

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