Maddie Bataille

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Award recognizes peace, nonviolence on campus The first semi-annual peace award recipients have been chosen for their efforts in peace and nonviolence on and off-campus. Photo Contributed by: Thupten Tendhar Education and understanding is the key to opening the door for a more peaceful and nonviolent approach to life, according to...
Linda Lotridge Levin pioneers path for women in journalism After being inducted into the New England Newspaper Hall of Fame, journalism professor emerita Linda Lotridge Levin shares her story, reflects on her career and talks about the lives she touched. PHOTO CREDIT: Maddie Bataille | Photo Editor URI professor of journalism...
Professor of graphic design Clarissa Carubin shares her love of art and helping students achieve their best work. PHOTO CREDIT: Maddie Bataille | Photo Editor Born into a family of artists, professor of graphic design Clarisa Carubin knew that being a daughter of an architect and designer she could pursue...
Taylor Swift’s music for the upcoming film “Where the Crawdads Sing” has stirred up rumors among Swifties. PHOTO CREDIT: Rolling Stone As any Swiftie may know, the silence from Taylor Swift and her team has been broken for 2022.  Swift announced on March 22 that she has worked on music for...
Spin-offs are controversial, see how “How I Met Your Father” creates parallels to its predecessor. PHOTO CREDIT: TV Insider “How I Met Your Mother” is one of my favorite shows, I love a good sitcom and have a great appreciation for the clever writing in the show.  When I saw that...
Hippo Campus played Boston House of Blue Sunday March 6.  PHOTO CREDIT: Maddie Bataille | Photo Editor I became a fan of the band Hippo Campus at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.  On Sunday, March 6, I got to see the band live at Boston House of Blues after being...
University recognizes National Eating Disorder Awareness Week Campus recreation recognizes National Eating disorder awareness week by covering mirrors in studios. PHOTO CREDIT: Maddie Bataille | Photo Editor “Inside out week” is a time to recognize what your body can do for you, and how you feel, rather than focusing on how...
Mt. Joy played “Silver Lining” and others in front of an audience in Providence on Dec. 2. PHOTO CREDIT: Maddie Bataille After two long years, I have experienced live music again for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic.  On Thursday, Dec. 2, I saw Mt. Joy live at...
Orchestral and jazz performers entertain audiences with some holiday classics in first-ever joint performance. PHOTO CREDIT: Maddie Bataille As the semester winds down, students at the University of Rhode Island are getting ready for the holidays and celebrations.  Saturday, the URI music department hosted a joint show dedicated to playing holiday...
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