by Theresa Brown and Andy Main Several resource centers at the University of Rhode Island are continuing to make improvements to the mental health services offered on campus in order to provide students with the highest quality of treatment possible.  
New improvements have been scheduled for dining services for the fall semester. | Photo by Grace DeSanti. Pierre St-Germain, director of dining services, looks to welcome a food truck, a sushi bar, a new chef and other additions to the University of Rhode Island...
Lauren James on set directing her final film at URI. |Photo by Kayla Michaud. There’s perhaps no better way to express cultural issues facing the United States and the world than art. It allows us to visualize and understand concepts that we may otherwise...
Shane Donaldson is currently URI’s sports information director and continues to fulfill his passion for Rhode Island. | Photo by Grace DeSanti. “There is not a place I would want to work more because no teams will ever mean more to me than Rhode...
(Left to right) Shayna Sawyer, Aris Sawyer, Krystal Polanco and Julia Huy are all participants in the Jumpstart service program. |Photo by Grace DeSanti. Any student interested in working with preschool children post-graduation has the opportunity to participate in Jumpstart, a service program that...
Another school year at the University of Rhode Island is almost over, and for some that means graduation is just around the corner. Rachel Murphy, a senior biology and psychology double major, is both excited and nervous to graduate. While at URI, Murphy...
Working a part-time job throughout college can benefit some students, yet many at the University of Rhode Island are not taking advantage of the opportunities available to them, or are unaware of what’s out there. At URI, there are various on-campus job opportunities...
Sakai will soon be replaced and phased out by another learning management system. | Photo by James McIntosh. The University of Rhode Island’s Learning Management System Task Force hosted different vendors on campus throughout the past month in their effort to replace Sakai.
(Left to Right) Carnell Jones, Mary Grace Almandrez, Kathy Collins, Donald Dehayes, David Dooley, George Gallien and Blessing Gbemisola presented at the Diversity Awards. | Photo by Grace DeSanti. Over a hundred students, staff members and guests gathered yesterday evening to honor community...
EDuring the early afternoon of last Thursday, 31,000 Stop & Shop employees decided to switch up business as usual by suspending their regular work day activities and hitting the streets and sidewalks in an effective labor union strike. Of those 31,000 store employees, some...