Theresa Brown

Theresa Brown
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I believe that journalism is one of the most important fields in the world. It is incredible to have the responsibility of informing the public, and while I didn't know I wanted to pursue this interest at first I am so incredibly excited to take on this role. News, whether it be big or small impacts so many and I think that giving the students of URI a look into everything that is going on around them is extremely necessary to the overall functionality of the University. On another more personal note, I'm doing this because I have a passion for writing and because I care so much about the reporters and editors involved with the paper already and can't wait to work with them and lead them going forward.

Songs that still slap

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Miley Cyrus’s hit “Party in the USA” is a classic throwback song for Millenials and Gen Z. Photo from fanpop.com. I often find myself unsure of what playlist to put on when my friends get in the car. Sure, I was probably either screaming...
Author Jane Austen still inspires and entertains readers today. Photo from Columbia College. If you’re an avid rom-com watcher like me, then Jane Austen’s books should be the next thing you pick up in your local bookstore.  At first glance, books...
Lily Collins stars in Netflix series “Emily in Paris,” directed by Darren Star. Photo from insider.com For the people out there wishing to immerse themselves in a life of culture after college, “Emily in Paris” is the furthest thing from reality. Take every cliche...
To our readers, The past few months have been nothing short of a whirlwind of emotions, uncertainty and news 24/7. And through the progression of the chaos that we find ourselves in today, our one solace seems to be overloading ourselves with information that...
The band “Cavalier” (above) was one of three that performed during the Music Guild concert. Photo by James McIntosh.  After the unexpected cancellation from the band The Obsessives just a few hours before their concert last Friday night, Musician’s Guild pulled a few strings...
 Senior film student Chris Hetu and freshman communications and marketing student Tim Duffy host their “First Things Last” podcast. Photo by Ethan Pellegrino.  When senior film student Chris Hetu transferred to the University of Rhode Island in 2018, he created a podcast as an...
It’s that time of year again! You’re either super excited for Valentine’s Day or you’re planning to buy a pint of Ben & Jerry’s and watch a movie about the relationship you wish you had. If your night looks like the latter, here are the best movies...

2/6/2020 Newscast

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Check out our first newscast of the decade! - - - OLLI: Written, shot, and edited by Kayla Michaud Novel Coronavirus: Written, shot, and edited by Leah Crowley Campus Chatter: Shot and edited by Nicole...

Learning to lead

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This semester is all about growth. So is college. So is life.  Two years ago I stood on the verge of tears in front of an editorial staff of seniors I feared. I told them that the reason I should be chosen as a...
The word “overgeneralization” is defined in Merriam-Webster's Dictionary as “to generalize to the point of inaccuracy, to extrapolate a general theory, rule, et cetera, from too few facts or particulars.” It is commonly seen among people with anxiety disorders. They will take one small...