(Not) recycling on campus

  Faculty members and students alike are concerned with the seeming disregard many people have concerning recycling and littering on campus. “The landfill in Rhode Island only has, I think, 22 years left,” an anonymous...

VIDEO: URI prioritizes campus safety preparation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLaFAWO4mXk&feature=youtu.be We are all too familiar with the tragic school shootings across the country that have taken the lives of many in recent years. Experts say that the rate of these tragedies stands statistically unchanged...

University reacts to winter weather

Since Jan. 26, at least 24 inches of snow buried the University of Rhode Island, bringing three full snow days, a half day cancellation and an icy, slushy mess to clean up. According to the...

Hillside Hall struck by arson attacks

Small fires were lit in multiple bathrooms in the Hillside freshman residence hall on Saturday, Oct. 22. Two alarms were set off, the first at around 8 p.m. and the second occurring later that night...

Butterfield stays open through renovations

The long anticipated renovations to Butterfield Dining Hall will begin this fall, but with no immediate impact on the “The Butt’s” meal schedule or the amenities inside the dining hall. The only noticeable difference for...

Professor finds Adderall has little effect on cognitive performance

Photo by Anna Meassick | Many students turn Adderall to focus on studying, but the drug long-term health risks for those who aren’t prescribed it. Researchers at the University of Rhode Island have discovered that...

Catholic Chaplain Put on Leave

The chaplain at the Catholic Center located on campus was removed. | Photo by Anna Meassick. by Andy Main, Julia Moro and Mary Lind The Catholic...

Brown Water in Dormitories Concerns Students

Just a few weeks ago, if you ran the tap in Aldrich Hall, brown water would continuously flow. Photo by James McIntosh. Several residential halls at the University of...

Tennis Coach Indicted For Taking $2.7 Million of Bribes in Admission Scandal

Gordon Ernst has been placed on administrative leave following the recent admissions scandals that have hit the nation. Photo courtesy of GoRhody. University of Rhode Island’s women's tennis coach,...

Housing moves quickly to fix roof leak in Heathman

Photo by Sarah Vincii A leaky dorm contributes to an already stressful life for a college student. |CIGAR| “Every report from a student should be processed perfectly, but even with information systems, things do fall...

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