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The Office for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning (OATL) is spreading awareness about the importance of multiculturalism in the classroom at the University of Rhode Island.  During a discussion held on Friday, Feb. 14, OATL discussed how to teach international students in better...
Student Senate Moderator Ryan McWeeney. Photo by James McIntosh.  After spending four years and four terms on Student Senate, senior Ryan McWeeney has found a voice that represents both himself and others, getting ready to take his next political step. As...
Hello my beautiful honeysuckle darlings. I hope your semesters began with an abundance of good fortune and your skin is soaking in all of the delicious omega-3 fatty acids you are hopefully all eating or taking a supplement of. Spring semester always offers a...
Next fall, the University of Rhode Island will institute an interdisciplinary undergraduate neuroscience program, offering three different tracks for students to follow. Undergraduate students will be able to pick the clinical neuroscience track, the molecular neuroscience track or the neuropharmacology track. 
The newly renovated engineering building reopens after extensive construction. Photo by James Singer. The University of Rhode Island’s historic Bliss Hall is officially renovated, expanded and open for students and staff after undergoing major construction that began in 2018.  The...
It may feel as though a whole year has gone by instead of just a month, but 2020 has already been bursting with cultural events, experiences and trends.  Whether it’s TikTok becoming a cultural phenomenon, Shakira’s tongue during the Super Bowl halftime show...
 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...
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.