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Ruzicka '21: Don’t Sell Shopping Period Short

Since the University administration announced its plans for the fall 2020 semester on July 7, 2020, students have been focused on making their decisions about whether or not to return to campus. I have admittedly been contemplating the same dilemma and during my research I noticed an oversight in the ...


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University News

Ivy League cancels all fall sports competition

The Ivy League canceled all fall athletic competition, according to an announcement released Wednesday afternoon. Winter sports will not begin until after Jan. 1.  As each of the members schools announced plans and guidelines for the fall semester adjusted in light of COVID-19, and “as athletics ...


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RISD will re-open campus in de-densified model for Fall 2020

Updated 11:45 a.m., June 17, 2020  The Rhode Island School of Design plans to open its campus for Fall 2020 in a “de-densified” model, according to a community-wide email sent by RISD President Rosanne Somerson Monday afternoon. Core studio and shop-based classes will be held in person while ...


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University News

COVID-19 reshapes students’ summer plans

Earlier this year, Ryan Silverman ’23 had planned to spend his summer conducting research supported by his Undergraduate and Teaching Research Award. But due to restrictions posed by COVID-19, his research project in a bioelectronic lab quickly became infeasible. Instead, following the cancellation ...


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University News

Seniors bid farewell to an empty College Hill

During the Spring Weekend that never was, Jordana Siegel ’20 found herself drawn to the Main Green. With a group of friends, Siegel walked the Green and played the music of Spring Weekend artists past. Siegel is one of many seniors who opted to stay in Providence — either by choice or necessity ...


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Anita Sheih: Thank you, friends

Over the past four years, my professors taught me about the history of museums, how to read like a writer and to question who has the right to tell what stories. But after I finished my readings, submitted my essays on Canvas and closed my laptop; when I grabbed a meal at the Ratty or went to the basement ...






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