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The Diversity Center is a great resource for students to learn about fun activities for everybody. Photo by James McIntosh. The University of Rhode Island’s 23rd annual Diversity Week began this Monday, featuring workshops, lectures and events that are held throughout the...
“It’s not a sprint, it’s a marathon. It’s really about the test of time,” University of Rhode Island Alumnus Erick Betancourt said about a career in the performing arts. Betancourt graduated from URI with a bachelor of fine arts in 2012 and has recently...
C.O.A.A.S.T. brings the conversation about addiction to campus through performance Production group called Creating Outreach About Addiction Support Together, put on a show last week addressing the opioid crisis in America. Photo by Grace DeSanti. Act II of “Four...
Dr. John Kirby dropped out of college about 40 years ago, but that did not stop him from being named the University of Rhode Island’s Dean of the College of Environmental and Life Sciences (CELS) in 2010.  As a sophomore...
'The Champs' sunk their competition in real-life Battleship for the second year in a row Students team up and attempt to sink other boats with buckets as a twist on the game Battleship. Photo by James McIntosh. Watching from...
Omar Laguerre- Lewis and Conor Delaney play third graders in “A Brief History of the World and Everything in it.” Photo by James Singer.  The University of Rhode Island’s theatre department opened their season with “A Brief History of the Earth and Everything In...
Several local bands played in the Memorial Union atrium this week, which allowed for a friendly intimate gathering of avid listeners. Photo by James Singer. An audience gathered in the Memorial Union on Friday, Oct. 4 to enjoy the performances of four bands...
Several of the underclassmen dorms no longer allow students to use their Ram Accounts to pay for laundry. Photo by Greg Clark. Over the next year, HRL plans to make campus-wide changes to laundry services In Aldrich Hall and Hopkins...
The halls of the chemistry building are still covered with protective material in the aftermath of a fire which occurred several days ago. Photo by Steven Lee. A small fire resulted in water damage from the sprinklers  Two sprinkler heads...
Juniors Anthony Neves and Brendan Tierney took their fondness for percussion and turned it vocal with the a capella group Rhody Rhapsodies.  Neves and Tierney both grew up singing in choruses prior to college, and even met each other through high school chorus. While...