The lawsuit claims Brita misled consumers about its products’ ability to filter out certain chemicals, such as PFAS, also known as "forever chemicals."
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Orlando Bravo ’92 joined the Corporation — the University’s highest governing body — in 2019.
A late goal from midfielder Miya Grant-Clavijo ’25 rescued Brown from a draw with URI. Her 81st minute score also ended Bruno’s 197-minute scoring drought.
Mala Noodles offers self-serve noodles, soups and stir fries that feature Mala seasoning.
Bahar Charyyeva ’27 told The Herald that she was thrilled at the low barrier to entry for many of the positions showcased at the Sayles event. “It’s really amazing in my opinion and I think it’s ...
For Head Coach Chase Wileman, while the “performance level (of the team) was good," it wasn't "enough to win the game," he said. "It's about finding a way to get the result ...
The city had three priorities during the negotiation process, said city Chief Operating Officer Courtney Hawkins: Increasing financial support to Providence, creating a new model for voluntary payments ...
Following the return of in-person festivities last year, Rhode Island Pride’s annual celebration will feature over 250 nonprofit organizations, businesses and food vendors June 17.
Mayor Brett Smiley noted that the city's Community Response Team targeting illegal ATV use, which was announced earlier this month, has already seized 34 vehicles.
The center’s creation will be funded by $2.6 million allocated to the state following national litigation with three prominent opioid distributors.
There are currently three active bills regarding LEOBoR, two which reform it and one which repeals it entirely.
In the face of this upcoming ruling, Logan Powell, associate provost for enrollment and dean of admission, reaffirmed the University’s prioritization of diversity.
The publication will be free for all who want it in an attempt not to gatekeep culture, according to co-creator Yukti Agarwal ’24.5.
The University has endorsed the project, offering their adjacent 198-200 Dyer Street property, contingent on the selection of CV Properties’ proposal, for the parcels.
According to Maribeth Calabro, president of the Providence Teachers Union, a concerted effort has been made over the last two years to attract teachers to come work at PPSD.
Ajeê Schaeffer comes to the University from the Excel Academy Charter Schools in Providence, where she was founding dean of school culture. Gizelle Fernandez joins BCSC from the Warren Alpert Medical ...