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Erik Loomis “always knew he wanted to teach” and aims to help students create a better future. PHOTO CREDIT: uri.edu Erik Loomis, a professor of history at the University of Rhode Island, has always pursued the career of teaching in hopes that understanding the past may create a better future...
Pictured: from URI’s Feinstein campus, art from the Veteran Stories gallery. PHOTO CREDIT: Aidan Cahill | Staff Photographer On Nov. 10, the University of Rhode Island held an annual Veterans Day ceremony on the Quad to commemorate the contributions of all veterans and service members.  Robert Flynn, the newly appointed director...
Now an assistant teaching professor at URI, Nahoko Collis was once a study abroad student from Japan. Photo courtesy of: Nahoko Collis Nahoko Collis, originally from Japan, studied abroad in the United States in order to learn and travel, however, many decisions led her to create a life here in...
COVID-19, housing crisis factors in decision Pictured: Hillside hall as a triplet before the pandemic changed housing arrangements. PHOTO CREDIT: Maddie Bataille | Photo Editor On Oct. 28, the University of Rhode Island sent an email out in regards to the housing crisis students are facing on and off campus. In the...
Prospective students get preview of URI campus Held in the Welcome Center, URI’s annual open house welcomes many prospective students. PHOTO CREDIT: Maddie Bataille | Photo Editor The University of Rhode Island has traditionally held “Open House,” every fall where potential students, typically seniors in high school, can connect with professors,...
Love letter to… Teachers. Illustration by: Matt Fabrizio Professors and teachers seem to be the constant in our lives, and even when we leave the world of academia, we may find ourselves still learning from individuals with more experience than us. I remember the first teacher who made me believe I...
It’s officially October, and the fall foliage is turning up as the temperature begins to drop while coffee shops are introducing their staple autumn drinks. Some people love the new season for a few weeks while some people dread it as the summer heat fades away and the daytime becomes...
Pictured: Emily Gamache, Vice President of student senate. PHOTO CREDIT: uri.edu Third-year Emily Gamache has worked her way up to vice president of the University of Rhode Island’s Student Senate by demonstrating leadership skills and being a voice for the student body since her first year. Gamache is originally from New...
Contributed by: Jeremy Bergantini Jeremy Bergantini, a second-year University of Rhode Island student, said that he seeks to improve his skills in the arts while also pursuing his own ventures to help those in the military service. Bergantini is a full time student here at URI, taking 18 credits this semester....
Pictured: Washburn hall, home to Department of History and Political Science. PHOTO CREDIT: Hannah Charron | Staff Photographer Like most buildings at the University of Rhode Island, Washburn Hall had a different name and purpose before becoming the current home for the history and political science departments. “They started the planning...
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