News You Should Know: 9/28

President Trump took the nation by storm on Friday, calling National Football League players who kneel during the National Anthem “sons of bitches,” and called for owners to fire the players who protested. Trump...

Police beat: September 18, 2014

On September 14, a female student from New York reported that an unknown individual vandalized her car between noon and 6 p.m. Her car was parked in the Plains Road commuter lot when the...

Police beat 2/5 to 2/12

Feb. 5, 2018 At 7:42 a.m. a student reported the loss of their phone. At 10:28 a.m. a car hit Christ the King Church. An accident report was filed. There were no injuries and the church...

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Student Senate Report: 9/30

Student Senate had Mary Jo Gonzales, the University of Rhode Island’s assistant vice president of student affairs, to discuss an upcoming Narragansett town council proposal. The town council of Narragansett is currently discussing a proposal...

2015/16 Honors Colloquium brings humor

Though the 2014 Honors Colloquium still has a week to go, plans are already well underway for next year’s lecture series, entitled “The Power of Humor.” The colloquium will explore the contexts in which humor...

WATCH: Students go to great lengths to help children overseas

Students at the University of Rhode Island are going to great lengths to give back to children overseas. Karie Orendorff, lecturer in kinesiology at the university, started the program, “Teaching in Tanzania,” three summers...

The university bookstore: Separating fact from fiction

All college students are painfully aware of the high prices of college textbooks.  While the bookstore can supply required books for classes, students complain that it does not always boast the lowest prices, prompting...

Student Senate 9/26

University of Rhode Island Student Senate recognized Women’s Republic, Bridge USA and Chabad URI as official organizations at their weekly meeting. Women’s Republic, an online feminist magazine, was represented by their secretary, and  came...

Proposed bill to help with student debt

Lawmakers and students can agree that the cost of higher education has increased considerably in the last two decades. According to the College Board 2017 Pricing Report, since the year 1988 the cost of higher...

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