Student Senate report: 10/7

The University of Rhode Island Student Senate began its meeting in an unconventional way with a 15-minute recess. After reorganizing, the Senate made headway by reviewing the financial funding of The Photography Club. The Photography...

Medical pharmacy garden gives hands-on experience

Some flowers, like the Madagascar periwinkle, can be used to treat childhood leukemia rather in addition to their aesthetic appeal. At the University of Rhode Island, students not only get to learn about flowers but...

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  Global A landslide triggered by heavy rainfall in El Cambray Dos, Guatemala, has left 161 people dead and over 300 missing. Areas of the village were buried in up to 49 feet of debris after...

Police Beat, 10/1-10/4

On Thursday, Oct. 1, at 3:03 a.m., a report was filed for suspicious activity at 8 Fraternity Circle. On Thursday, Oct. 1, at 4:29 p.m., property damage was reported in Coddington Residence Hall. On Saturday, Oct....

Tree collapses by Adams Hall

At approximately 7:20 p.m. last night, a large tree fell outside of Adams Residence Hall and narrowly missed the building. The tree did not harm any students, but did cause minimal damage to the...

New parking service vendor offers perks, causes delays

It was not until Sept. 17 that the University of Rhode Island’s parking permit website was fully operational after experiencing some technical difficulties at the start of the semester. This past summer, URI’s Parking and...

URI students fight invasive species

Nestled behind the greenhouses and the coastal institute, there’s a silent war going on at the University of Rhode Island’s Biocontrol Center. Stocked in chilly refrigerators or warming under lamps are the aggressors in the...

Student Senate Report: 9/30

Student Senate had Mary Jo Gonzales, the University of Rhode Island’s assistant vice president of student affairs, to discuss an upcoming Narragansett town council proposal. The town council of Narragansett is currently discussing a proposal...

Professor designs Holocaust Memorial

  Walking through Memorial Park in Providence, one might come across a stone sculpture upon which is written the towns that once housed concentration camps alongside a list of 14 names.   Dr. William Green, the...

Chemistry Building Update

The Center for Chemical and Forensic Sciences building has been in the works for several years now, but students will be able to see the completed building this March. The project began in November of...

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