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 Film student Lionel Jeffries recently created a film called “Living Swamp,” which tells the tragic story of the Narragansett Native American Tribe. Photo courtesy of Lionel Jeffries.  To address the untold story of a Native American genocide of the Narragansett tribe, University of Rhode...
Now an admissions counselor, Ro Percy stands with President Dooley to accept his Rainville Award. Photo courtesy of Ro Percy. A 2018 graduate of the University of Rhode Island, Ro Percy, has returned to the University as an admissions counselor for the Talent...
 Students learned about some of the original board games from hundreds of years ago at a recent lecture. Photo by Greg Clark. A lunch and lecture for students and faculty members on how board games have impacted cultures for centuries, in ways that...
Ellen Reynolds is the new assistant vice president of student health and wellness. Photo courtesy of Ellen Reynolds.   The University of Rhode Island’s Division of Student Affairs recently promoted Ellen Reynolds, the former director of Health Services, to the newly created position of assistant...
Dr. Christel Manning spoke on Tuesday night about spirituality, atheism and religion outside traditional institutions. Photo by Autumn Walter. On Tuesday night, Dr. Christel Manning spoke in the eighth and second to last honors colloquium on spirituality, atheism and religion outside institutions. 
Best Buddies, an international non-profit group that works with adults who have intellectual and developmental disabilities, has an up-and-coming volunteer chapter on the University of Rhode Island’s campus.  Over the past three years of being involved with URI’s Best Buddies, Maddie Cooprider, the secretary...
Students and faculty are welcome to view the “The Yellow Art 1989-2019” exhibit by Mark Mahosky. Photo by Greg Clark. For the next month, artist Mark Mahosky's exhibit featuring 21 charcoal drawings that depict settings of what were once bloody battlegrounds can be...
Documentary “Minding the Gap” by Bing Liu, was made with over 12 years of footage and tells the stories of three young boys. Photo from ScreenRant.  “Minding the Gap,” a documentary by Bing Liu, tells the story of three boys who have grown up...
In an age of advancing technology, there has been an increase in social media networking among Generation Z and millennials, bringing about an untraditional route of connecting with professionals. Many students around the country and at the University of Rhode Island have made...
Professor at Yale, Evren Savci, outlined her book about Sexual politics under neoliberal Islam. Photo by Grace DeSanti. Dr. Evren Savci, an accredited scholar of transnational sexualities, visited the University of Rhode Island on Nov. 7 to speak to students about feminism and...