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The University of Rhode Island will commemorate the 400th anniversary since the start of slavery this month in celebration of Black History Month, featuring keynote speakers and artistic performances. The first event of the month was a panel discussion titled Slavery’s Long Shadow, by...
The vocal group Lively Experiment sang songs from 1919 earlier this week in the Fine Arts Center. Photo by Grace DeSanti.  Lively Experiment, a small choral concert conducted at the end of every semester at the University of Rhode Island, took place at the...
The building’s design gives students a unique experience The University of Rhode Island’s College of Engineering’s newest building, the Fascitelli Center for Advanced Engineering, is viewed as one of the most technologically-exceptional facilities on the East Coast.  The building was essentially...
Professor Nancy Forster-Holt shares her experience with entrepreneurship and innovation. Photo from uri.edu Nancy Forster-Holt has inspired her students through her teaching, classroom lessons “Traditionally, females will look at a job description and say ‘Oh, I don’t have a 100 percent...
The Ryan Center hosted Young Thug and Machine Gun Kelly (above) for students and fans. Photo by Greg Clark. American Rappers Young Thug and Machine Gun Kelly, took the stage last Saturday night at the University of Rhode Island’s Ryan Center. 
CNN journalist Christiane Amanpour discussed the difference between objectivity and neutrality during her lecture last week for the Harrington School. Photo by Greg Clark. “If I have one message, it is to be brave enough to tell the truth,” Christiane Amanpour said to the...
Spending a semester or year abroad is certainly an interesting way to escape the never-ending rush between classrooms, dining halls and dorms, and it can also be a difficult process if you don’t exactly know how to navigate through it.  Here is some of...
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and the Sigma Delta Tau sorority took first place in Greek Week’s Lip Sync competition. | Photo by James McIntosh.S The University completed its annual spring Greek Week this month that began April 6, where fraternities and sororities raised...
Thanatology class makes a civil action project for the issue Tatiana Snedeker (left) and Danny Sossa (right) are establishing a foundation to increase HIV and AIDs awareness in the developing womb. |Photo by Grace DeSanti. This semester, a group of thanatology...
Kwaku-Sintim Misa presented on satirical communication drawing on his experience in the fields of acting and radio. | Photo by Greg Clark. Renowned Ghanaian actor, satirist and talk show host Kwaku-Sintim Misa, also known as KSM, spoke about the importance of satirical communication last...