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The global pandemic is taking a toll on the American economy. Graphic by Elizabeth Wong. The United States economy has taken a serious hit due to COVID-19, and professors from the University of Rhode Island’s economics department have been analyzing the recession intently.
The College of Arts and Sciences has created one-credit classes to teach students about COVID-19 and racial injustice. Graphic by Elizabeth Wong. The University of Rhode Island College of Arts and Sciences recently created a variety of innovative, one-credit courses for the fall semester,...
Robert L. Carothers Library is open for students to use with COVID-19 guidelines. Photo by Ethan Pellegrino. The Robert L. Carothers Library and Learning Commons has made changes for social distancing and sanitation to ensure that students have safe access to its resources in-person...
In the midst of a pandemic and students taking online classes, URI changes student emails. Graphic from CarbonLiteracy.com. The University of Rhode Island recently implemented an email domain change as a result of the new learning management system, Brightspace, and has received mixed feedback...
University of Rhode Island alumnus and magician Mat Franco brought magic into the lives of quarantined URI students during a livestreamed show Thursday night. The Student Entertainment Committee organized the “America’s Got Talent” winner’s performance, which occurred on April 23 at 8 p.m. 
Professor Howard Ginsberg of the URI Horticulture program. Photo by James Singer. With concerns raised more recently over the decline of the bee population worldwide, much attention has been placed towards scientists that study the commonly-known pollinator.  Dr. Howard Ginsberg, a...
The world of virtual reality allows students to leave school pressures behind in the URI scholarly technology lab. Photo by Siobhan Richards.  The University of Rhode Island scholarly technology labs is hosting a virtual reality (VR) party in an effort to give students a...
“The Call of the Wild,”  the latest adaptation of the classic Jack London novel, is inconsistent with its tone and only truly works at the very end.  The film follows Buck the dog, who goes on an adventure after he is dognapped by two...
Dr. Sunshine Menezes of the Metcalf Institute for Marine and Environmental Reporting. Photo by Autumn Walter.  Dr. Sunshine Menezes has a lot of interests.  Thankfully, she has found a place at the Metcalf Institute for Marine and Environmental Reporting that incorporates...
Political Science Professor Brendan “Skip” Mark lectures on the book that changed his life. Photo by Nicole Wagner.  One book on human rights changed Brendan Mark’s life.  The book, entitled “Human Rights and Structural Adjustment,” convinced the now-professor of political science...