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A Native American Thanksgiving

Tomaquag Museum Executive Director Lorén Spears discussed Native American Thanksgiving traditions at an event sponsored by RIC’s Unity Center.

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The Giving Tree Reaches Families in Need

RIC staff, faculty and students have the opportunity to pay it forward by partaking in The Giving Tree annual holiday event.

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The Chemical History of Color, a Gehrenbeck Memorial Lecture

We usually think of dyes as being extracted from plant materials, but in antiquity, a valuable purple dye was extracted from the secretions of certain species of sea snails pictured above.

Professor of Chemistry Mary Virginia Orna of the College of New Rochelle traces the history of chemically produced color, beginning with the first recorded use of color to the development of the modern chemical industry.

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From Addict to Advocate – RIC Student Holly Cekala

Cekala manages three Anchor Recovery Community Centers and is a consistent presence at the State House, advocating for those in recovery. She also engages in chemical dependency research with Professor of Psychology Robin Montvilo. “I found my calling, or it found me, through my own addiction,” Cekala said.


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Meet Our Students: Jose Rosario – An Odd Twist of Fate Led to His Life Purpose

Jose Rosario, a 19-year-old who uses a wheelchair, is determined to help support at-risk teens.

RIC Student Meets President of United States

RIC biochem major Lisbeth Avalos introduced President Barack Obama at a recent speech held at RIC’s Murray Center.

Meet Our Students: Camden O’Brien’s Internship in Austria

Future international lawyer RIC senior Camden O’Brien interned at the Salzburg Global Seminar this summer.

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