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Sam Zurier runs for State Senate District 3

Former City Council member and co-founder of the East Side Public Education Coalition Sam Zurier is one of five candidates running in the primary for Rhode Island State Senate District 3 Democratic primary, which includes College Hill and Fox Point.


Pawtucket looks to PawSox-free future

Tony Pires stooped down to pick up a circular slab of wood lying on the concrete. It was painted white, with a red “SEC 11” inscribed between two curved lines modeled after the seams on a baseball. 


U. prof Friedman runs for state senate

Hilary Levey Friedman, visiting assistant professor of education, is taking her advocacy experience and academic knowledge to a new stage as she runs for State Senate District 3. As a sociologist and a mother, Friedman champions after-school programs, education and equality. 

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MPH students volunteer at PVD Health Equity Vaccine Clinic

The City of Providence and Lotus Noire Health held a Health Equity vaccine clinic at Scalabrini Dukcevich Center Monday. Master’s students from the School of Public Health volunteered by checking in patients, offering translation services and answering questions community members had about the vaccination ...

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Seth Magaziner ’06 runs for R.I. governor

Rhode Island General Treasurer  Seth Magaziner ’06 announced his run for governor Sept. 15, entering an already-crowded Democratic primary with competitors such as R.I. Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea and most likely current Gov. Dan McKee.


Faced with isolating students, some classes return to Zoom

Nearly two weeks into the semester, Jo Kavishe ’25 has no clue how to get to her classes, and for good reason — she’s never attended them in person. Kavishe tested positive for COVID-19 Sept. 7, the day before classes began. As of press time, she had never stepped foot in a college lecture hall. Since ...

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