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LOCAL: An East Greenwich man was sentenced on Wednesday to 65 months in federal prison for filing 58 fraudulent tax returns. Anthony DelFarno, former owner of the now-closed SoHo Ristorante at 21 Pier Marketplace in...

Election Platforms 2018

Off Campus Lane Palmer Hello, my name is Lane Palmer, I am a sophomore studying Supply Chain Management here at URI. Joining student senate is an intelligent way to improve my knowledge of my university, get...

Chinese culture displayed at URI

A colorful array of traditional festivities are coming to URI in honor of the Chinese Moon Festival to celebrate the joy and peace of the full harvest moon in China.   The event is held...

New integrated media major offers options

The Harrington School of Communication and Media is working to give students access to a more broad look at the school’s focuses through a new “integrated media” major. The major, which is still in the...

Police Beat: 9/28 to 10/3

On Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 8:27 p.m., university police filed a report for harassment in Gorham Residence Hall, on Complex Road. On Saturday, Oct. 1 at 12:28 a.m., a report was filed for a drug...

Updates from the Student Senate meeting

The University of Rhode Island Student Senate had Housing Director Stephen Baker and Joe Paradise of parking and transportation to speak about various new programs and initiatives that they will be implementing by next...

Police beat 4/14 to 4/18

  On Thursday, April 14, at 8:19 p.m., a report was filed for an incident of vehicular vandalism at the university police station, on Briar Lane Road. On Friday, April 15, at 1:11 a.m., university police...

Enough parking…for now

Proposals for off-site parking solutions made to compensate for new dorm project With parking concerns at an all time high as construction of the Brookside Apartments looms on the horizon, the University of Rhode Island...

Narragansett Town Council moves forward with housing limit

  The Narragansett Town Council unanimously approved the first reading of a housing ordinance on April 4 that would restrict homes to no more than four unrelated tenants. The second reading, during which the town council...

International students weigh in on the presidential candidates

This election has been one of the most controversial topics across the country for months, but how do students from other countries feel about the crazed battle to the finish line between presidential candidates...

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