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‘Unprecedented inflation’ among main causes Tuition for in-state and out-of-state students will continue to rise following the 2022-23 school year. GRAPHIC CREDIT: Ronan Himelrick | Social Media Coordinator The University of Rhode Island’s Board of Trustees recently announced their decision to increase tuition for both in-state and out-of-state students during the...
App to feature 24/7 mental health resources for students Roosevelt Hall is the current home of URI’s counseling center. PHOTO CREDIT: Eddie Melfi | Staff Photographer In a post-pandemic world, the University of Rhode Island has seen an increase in the need for mental health support for its students, according to...
5,6,7,8… a new season for the University of Rhode Island’s Dance Company Photo Courtesy of: Maddy Godeck The University of Rhode Island’s Dance Company is leaping and twirling into another season with classes in various styles of dance. URI has three different dance teams, according to Dance Company President Lillian Marie,...
Brotherly bond of band members remains strong post-hiatus Beloved by fangirls, 5SOS’s newest album “5SOS5” debuts a more mature sound. PHOTO CREDIT: Juliana Lepore | News Editor With the release of their fifth studio album “5SOS5,” in late September, pop band 5 Seconds of Summer showcased a new and mature sound...
Off-campus housing sees increase in pricing The Narragansett Town Council’s three-student ordinance is under fire from community members once again with the implementation of a rental registration form for student renters. On Sept. 20 at the bi-weekly town council meeting, students and full-time residents raised concerns about the new policy, calling...
While applications rise, admissions remain consistent With more than 25,400 prospective students applying, the University of Rhode Island has seen a record number of applicants for the Fall 2022 semester. According to Dean Libutti, associate vice president for enrollment and student success at URI, the University has seen an increase in...
The Proles, a rock-oriented band consisting of URI students, expects to have their original music out on streaming platforms soon. PHOTO CREDIT: The Proles Three Rhode Island musicians are making their way into the music scene with their rock-oriented band “The Proles.” The band, which consists of Jacob Iacobucci, Ethan Dillon...
TMD students to showcase new designs at annual show The textiles, fashion merchandising and design (TMD) department at the University of Rhode Island will host their annual “Spring Splash” fashion show event titled “Waves of Change” to commemorate the changes that the world and the fashion industry have endured during...
New upbeat Camila Cabello album “Famila'' features breakup songs and female empowerment. PHOTO CREDIT: Genius Camila Cabello, a popular artist that got her start as a member of the girl group Fifth Harmony, released her third studio solo album on April 8.  The album, called “Familia,” was unique and upbeat. The...
ProPublica’s Kathleen McGrory and Neil Bedi advise journalism students Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists Neil Bedi and Kathleen McGrory spoke at the Harrington School of Communication and Media’s annual Taricani Lecture series this past Tuesday. PHOTO CREDIT: Tampa Bay Times Investigative journalist pair Kathleen McGrory and Neil Bedi of the news publication ProPublica...
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