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Arts & Culture

Exhibit explores poverty, inequality through art

A framed photograph of a rustic ax greets visitors upon entering the North Common Room on the second floor of the Watson Institute for International Studies. The ax is tarnished and worn — sand and grime coat the blade and the wooden shaft is hackneyed yet polished at the end from being handled so ...

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Science & Research

Researchers tackle gaps in hepatitis C treatment

A program run by University researchers aims to quickly identify and provide comprehensive treatment for medically underserved patients who are chronically infected with the hepatitis C virus, according to a new study published in the Feb. 14 issue of the Journal of General Internal Medicine. Hepatitis ...


Putting up the ‘do not disturb’ sign

At 3 a.m. during reading period last semester, Ben, a junior, was about to head back to his dorm when he received a text from his roommate. “Don’t come back to the room,” it read. Ben, whose name — like those of several students interviewed for this article — has been changed to maintain ...

University News

Teach-in highlights sharp divides over Gaza

A teach-in on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict grew tense Wednesday evening as opinions clashed in a MacMillan 117 filled to capacity. The event, entitled “Why Gaza Matters: The War and its Consequences,” featured a panel of five speakers followed by a question-and-answer session that continued ...


Poll shows low ratings of R.I. officials

Rhode Island voters have low confidence in the effectiveness of their elected state leaders, according to the results of a poll conducted Feb. 9-12. Only 2 percent of voters rated state leaders’ effectiveness as “excellent,” while the majority — 82 percent — rated it “fair” or “poor.” The ...

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