From URI to Broadway and back

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“The Inheritance” Star, Andrew Burnap ’13, will teach acting class for freshmen theatre majors Andrew Burnap, new theater professor and URI alumnus, takes a break from Broadway to teach...

College of Pharmacy keeps community clean

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The University of Rhode Island has begun producing its own line of hand sanitizer in order to meet the growing demand due to COVID-19. The Pharmaceutical Development Institute (PDI) in...

Student Events Advising gets creative with remote events

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The University of Rhode Island’s Student Events Advising (SEA) office continues to hold exciting events for students, albeit remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  SEA, overseen by the Office...

Local environmental activist group to hold speaker series

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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,...

Humanitarian business leaders in supply chain management

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The University of Rhode Island’s supply chain management department is teaching students how to improve communities through their work, in both business and nonprofit settings. Supply chain management is...

Chopping locks to fight childhood cancer

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On March 25, URI students will have the opportunity to shave their heads in support of and donate to those suffering from cancer. Photo by James McIntosh.   St. Baldricks...

How to attain genuine happiness

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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,...

Escaping midterm stress through virtual reality

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The world of virtual reality allows students to leave school pressures behind in the URI scholarly technology lab. Photo by Siobhan Richards.  The University of Rhode Island scholarly technology...

University celebrates National Poetry Month with new contest

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The University of Rhode Island’s English department is offering an opportunity for undergraduate students to submit their writing through “The Caged Bird Sings” poetry contest. The contest requires students...

Save the bees: Protecting pollinators, public health

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Professor Howard Ginsberg of the URI Horticulture program. Photo by James Singer. With concerns raised more recently over the decline of the bee population worldwide, much attention has been...

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