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Grand Opening of RIC’s Alex and Ani Hall: A Building Whose Time Has Come

The grand opening and ribbon cutting of the new Alex and Ani Hall art center was held on Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 10:30 a.m. with more than 200 in attendance.

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RIC Mainstage Theatre Presents “Tartuffe” – Sept. 24-28

What is a family to do when a con artist, who claims to have direct communication with God, becomes the intimate advisor of the family patriarch? Don’t miss RIC Mainstage Theatre’s production of the classic comedy “Tartuffe.”

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RIC Community Greens Up Campus

Michael Giacalone, RIC program coordinator for student activities and Greek Life advisor, with students Megan Fisk ’16, Brittany Ferzoco ’17, Brittnie Helgerson ’15 and Kendra DeMatos ’16.

RIC and Henry Barnard School students, faculty, staff and neighbors volunteered to help beautify the RIC campus at the fifth annual Green-Up Clean-Up. 

 

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Reception for AS220 Digitization Project

Founder and Artistic Director of AS220 Umberto Crenca ’81. Photo Credit: Cat Laine, www.paintedfoot.com.

When AS220 Artistic Director Umberto Crenca decided it was time to take his arts organization’s history digital, he looked no further than his alma mater – Rhode Island College.

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MEET OUR STUDENTS: Nicholas DeLuca, Army ROTC Cadet

RIC students normally travel overseas via study abroad, but Nicholas DeLuca crossed continents by another route – ROTC (the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps).

MEET OUR STUDENTS: Joseph Sherry – Film Scholar

RIC junior Joseph Sherry is a multiple scholarship winner in film studies and was recognized by the the Society for Cinema and Media Studies, the leading academic film and media studies organization ...

MEET OUR STUDENTS: Amber Lopez

Since studying abroad, Amber Lopez said she can now find enough common ground to communicate with anyone.

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Reception for AS220 Digitization Project

When AS220 Artistic Director Umberto Crenca decided it was time to take his arts organization’s history digital, he looked no further than his alma mater – Rhode Island College.


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