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Majors to provide input on curriculum, future changes The University of Rhode Island’s English department has taken the next step in its plan to be more responsive to majors by beginning to implement an Undergraduate Student Advisory Board.  The Board will have six English majors to represent the majors at large...
The final installment of Daniel Craig’s Bond-era comes to a satisfying close with “No Time to Die.” PHOTO CREDIT: metacritic.com “No Time To Die” is the 25th James Bond film and the final incarnation with actor Daniel Craig, which follows a retired James Bond going back into active MI6 service...
As intersectionality becomes a larger focus for many movements, the University of Rhode Island’s Disability, Access and Inclusion department has created a lecture series about the intersection between LGBTQIA+ people and people who are disabled. Student Disability Services and Outreach and Intervention Coordinator Lukas Chaves started to develop the lecture...
URI College of Arts and Sciences fellow Hannah Beaucaire spent this summer creating a video series on solitary confinement reform. PHOTO CREDIT: uri.edu In recent years, solitary confinement has been largely reassessed as a form of punishment in prisons, even leading to reform in some parts of the United States.  Hannah...
“Addams Family 2”, which was released at the beginning of the month, offers a spooky story with adult jokes sprinkled in. PHOTO CREDIT: imbd.com “The Addams Family 2,” the latest animated incarnation of the famous spooky family that originally started as a newspaper cartoon by Charles Addams, proves to be...
Professor Karen Sweeting uses her past 20 years of experience in the public sector to offer a new approach to public administration.  After working for over 20 years in the public sector, Karen Sweeting is utilizing her background in human resource management to develop her research in a wide range...
Theaters prepare as movie-goers slowly return to theaters to experience the magic in person once again. PHOTO CREDIT: vox.com For a period of five months at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, movie theaters shut their doors and switched off their projectors in accordance with CDC guidelines.  With the film industry...
Despite COVID-19 challenging in-person teaching, education majors are becoming more resourceful and trained. Since the beginning of COVID-19 in the spring 2020 semester, the University of Rhode Island’s School of Education has changed aspects of its curriculum and practicum courses to follow health and safety guidelines. These changes allowed students...
The new Disney suspense film “Malignant” is visually pleasing, but the plot misses the mark. PHOTO CREDIT: imbd.com James Wan’s, “Malignant,” is a messy and decidedly-weird genre flick that combines elements of suspense, slasher sequences and comedic levity to make for an uneven, yet slightly entertaining experience. The film follows a...
New Writing and rhetoric department chair shares her lifelong passion for writing. PHOTO CREDIT: The University of Rhode Island Since she was 7 years old, Genoa Shepley has considered writing to be part of her identity, whether she was writing poetry or teaching students as a senior lecturer at the...
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