Student Senate 3/22

Senate spent last night tackling the 2017-2018 Senate Budget, which allocates resources for Student Senate recognized organizations as well as internal budgeting costs. The final budget came out to $1,132,515.00 after small changes were...

URI prepares for annual Ocean State Writing Conference

The University of Rhode Island English department will be hosting their annual Ocean State Writing Conference Thursday, Oct. 26 through Saturday, Oct. 28. The three-day conference was traditionally held during the summer but has...

WATCH: Cigar Newscast 10/27/16

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Fraternity’s ‘No Shave November’ raises funds for lung health, disease

This November, the brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon at the University of Rhode Island have challenged each other with a “No-Shave November” fundraiser where the proceeds will be donated to the American Lung Association. No-Shave.org...

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...

Men’s basketball assistant coach arrested at Migos concert

University of Rhode Island men’s basketball assistant coach Tyron Boswell, 37, has been placed on administrative leave by the University after his arrest on Thursday, Sept. 14, at the Ryan Center. Boswell was attending a...

Gorham Hall now home to transfer, international students

Over the summer, the Department of Housing and Residential Life at the University of Rhode Island decided that Gorham Hall would be used for international and transfer student residents. Last year, the residence hall...

Men’s crew team: Rowing indoors for workouts and funds

For three days - a total of 51.5 hours on the two machines - the 23 boys and two girls of the University of Rhode Island’s Men’s Rowing Team rowed in the Memorial Union...

‘Think! Inquire! Advocate!’

Teaching young arguers to change the world How are we teaching our youth to become active agents of change in the world? On the afternoon of Nov. 29, the Harrington Forum Lecture Series presented Dr....

Student Senate 11/7/18

Yesterday’s Student Senate meeting had a public forum from a climate change lobbyist, voted on critical bills, and a number of nominations and elections for empty seats. Sharon Gold, a lobbyist for the grassroots...

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