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On Saturday, Feb. 28, the University of Rhode Island College of Business hosted its second annual Spring Career Day, an event that brought current students and recent alumni together to discuss careers, networking and college majors. The event began at 10 a.m. with opening remarks by Dean Kathryn Jervis, followed...
The newsroom variety show, “20 Somethings,” filmed in Chafee Hall, completed its first season last year.   Matt Sirois, a senior film major who was a producer as well as one of the hosts of the show, described it as, “A spinoff of SNL but more college related with skits...
“Game Over, Man!” is exactly the kind of action-comedy you’d expect to get when you let the stars and creators of “Workaholics” free from the restrictions of basic cable censors. It’s basically a knock off of “Die Hard,” just with more drugs, gore and full-frontal male nudity. The Netflix original...
The University of Rhode Island’s first annual Sustainability Summit will take place this coming Saturday, April 21, from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Galanti Lounge of the Robert L. Carothers Library. This student-run event seeks to bring together great ideas to make URI more sustainable. The summit...
On April 22, 2018, Flow, an expression-based club, will be hosting the first ever “Flow Fest” at the University of Rhode Island. President and founder of URI Flow, Scott Botelho, explained that URI Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) will not be hosting Hempfest as they have done in...
You are sitting at your computer on a Monday night, staring at the two paragraphs you have written for the five-page paper due on Tuesday. You decide you need to check your email, because that’s always a good thing to do, right? You have Facebook open one tab over...
Two student-athletes on the University of Rhode Island football team were arrested on Sunday about 2:50 a.m. at the Chi Phi fraternity house following an alleged fight between the fraternity and members of the football team. Freshmen Michael Lablanc, 20, from Charlestown, Massachusetts and Barret Lyons, 19, from Belmont, Massachusetts...
With calls for stricter gun laws after the Parkland shooting, Rhode Island’s legislatures have submitted two bills, one to ban bump stocks and the other to remove guns from people who were “red flagged.” Over the years, five other states have passed red flag laws, Rhode Island is the first...