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Campus Police Officer Chronicles History of Prov. Police Department

This pictorial history is filled with images dating as far back as the 17th and 18th centuries.

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Burn Pits – the Agent Orange of the Iraqi War

Otherwise healthy U.S. service members are returning from deployment with chronic, often terminal, illnesses,” said RIC student Chelsey Poisson. Her advocacy has garnered the support of R.I. and Mass. governors, senators and members of Congress.

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Soldier Stresses Vigilance to Remember Military Veterans

At the Henry Barnard Laboratory School’s 2018 Veterans’ Day observance, Jerome Musco, a Iraqi war Veteran and Rhode Island College M.S.W. student, shared photos and videos of his tour in a war zone.

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We Teach Rhode Island: School of Education Produces National Leader

RIC alumna and Commissioner of Postsecondary Edu​​cation Brenda Dann-Messier​​​​​​​​ credits Rhode Island College for leading her to her life’s work.

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11/15/201811/30/2018
  

​Barbara Kahn of Leadership Alliance will discuss summer undergraduate research opportunities on Thursday, Nov. 29, at 4 p.m. in 050 Fogerty Hall. All are welcome to attend! ​

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8/21/201812/2/2018
  

The Rhode Island College community is invited to attend RIC Flicks, a movie series sponsored by Student Activities that occurs biweekly on Fridays at 7 p.m. and the following Sundays at 2 p.m. RIC Flicks are free and open to the campus community. Popcorn with be served. The final film in the fall series is “Mission Impossible: Fallout”​​ on Nov. 30 and Dec. 2.

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11/16/201812/7/2018
  

​On Friday, Dec. 7, at 7:30 p.m. in Sapinsley Hall the RIC Chorus, Chamber Singers and Women’s Chorus will present their “Winter Choral Concert,” led by conductor Teresa Coffman with pianist and assistant conductor Philip Martorella. This concert features Franz Joseph Haydn’s “Missa Brevis Sancti Joannis de Deo” (“Little Organ Mass”) to celebrate the acquisition of the chorus’ new David Leach “Consort” portativ organ. Also performed will be works by important composers throughout Western music history, holiday favorites and nontraditional, lesser-known composers and pieces.​

General admission $10
Seniors (62+, limit 1 per ID) $5
Non-RIC students (limit 1 per ID) $5
RIC students, faculty, staff and alumni (limit 2 per ID) free
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11/16/201812/9/2018
  

​On Sunday, Dec. 9, 7:30 p.m. at Sapinsley Hall​ the RIC Chamber Orchestra and Chamber Ensembles conducted by John Sumerlin. This concert features Vivaldi’s Concerto in D Minor, Mozart’s Divertimento in D Major K136 and String Quartet in C Major, and Gershwin’s “Lullaby.”​ Admission free.

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Rhode Island College Remembers "Forgotten House" during Diversity Week 2018

Rhode Island College senior Louis Morales hopes his art installation can elevate consciousness about poverty.

Hip-Hop Legend Raps with RIC Freshmen About Importance of Social Activism and Social Media

Rap star Talib Kweli, the speaker at RIC’s first Freshman Lecture, told students they can use social media to initiate change as social activists.

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We Teach Rhode Island: School of Education Produces National Leader

RIC alumna and Commissioner of Postsecondary Edu​​cation Brenda Dann-Messier​​​​​​​​ credits Rhode Island College for leading her to her life’s work.

RIC is on the Ballot, Official Launch of ‘Vote Yes on 2’ Campaign

Approval of this higher education bond will support the redesign of RIC’s Horace Mann Hall and facilities at URI’s Narragansett Bay Campus.

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