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Several campus buildings have seen flooding in the past year from flash flooding as well as burst pipes.
Jada Wooten ’24 stated that the elimination of affirmative action lowers the number of Black students in universities and diminishes diversity.
Jun Zhang decided to create his restaurant after experiencing displeasure with the American style of fried chicken.
The lecture kicked off the Democracy Project’s first public event, “Begin Again: Democracy in Crisis.” The program promotes the University’s study of democratic values and norms, according to ...
The event explored race, ethnicity, linguistics and culture, to "better understand the acts of expression and resistance that characterize the practice and preservation of language,” according to the ...
Former Florida State Surgeon General Scott Rivkees, professor of the practice of health services, addressed political polarization in the United States and its relationship to COVID-19 at the event. ...
Several University students were involved in collecting relevant data and developing the project, which includes a timeline of racial justice activism in the state, a series of analytical essays, a catalog ...
This year’s Dia de los Muertos was especially important because of the many individuals who passed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fromont discussed the gap between archives of European documents and those created by non-European indigenous historical actors, which are far more limited.
PrideFest, which dates back to the state’s first Pride parade in 1976, now welcomes more than 125,000 participants each year, according to the Rhode Island Pride website.