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The first of South County Sunrise’s three-part speaker series, Loren Spears lectured about indigenous rights in the climate movement. Photo by James McIntosh.  Starting in March, South County Sunrise, an environmental activist group, will be hosting a three-part speaker series focusing on anti-oppression in...
Buddhist monk Demo Rinpoche speaks on finding happiness. Photo by James Singer. Visiting Buddhist monk gives insight on how to feel content  On Thursday, Feb. 27, a Buddhist monk visited the University of Rhode Island for a seminar on finding happiness...
Photo from uridressage.weebly.com The University of Rhode Island Dressage Club is a place where students can explore a passion for horses through horse care, dressage practice and competitions.  Dressage is a type of western style horse riding, different than the more...
The role of the Writing Center at the University of Rhode Island is to help students feel empowered and find confidence in their written work.  One of the biggest misconceptions about the Writing Center is that it is a resource strictly for students majoring...
Communication studies professor Niko Poulako enjoys teaching his students about social media and other modern topics. Photo courtesy of Niko Poulako. A University of Rhode Island communications professor prides himself on his ability to mess with student’s minds… in a productive way of course. 
Kyra Shindler shares her headless horseman tattoo. Photos by Grace DeSanti. University of Rhode Island junior Kyra Shindler has big plans for her future, even if it includes adding to her existing collection of tattoos.
Professor Emmett Goods spoke about and sampled music from the unique jazz genre known as hard bop as part of his thesis research presentation on Thursday, Nov. 7 in the Fine Arts Center.  Hard bop is a style of music that became prominent in...