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Shady Reyes, Class of 2016, said there are many reasons for the pride she feels: “I am a first-generation college student and now a member of the medical profession; I am a Hispanic nurse and a bilingual.”Read Story
According to accreditors, “Very few programs are granted accreditation with no progress report required. Even fewer programs have achieved the maximum accreditation of 10 years.”Read Story
Tencher’s reappointment marks the first time that NACDA, the nation’s largest group for athletic college administrators, has reappointed an officer in its 52-year history.Read Story
“The Net may well be the single most powerful mind-altering technology that has ever come into general use,” wrote author Nicholas Carr. Join the OBOM Book Club discussion of Carr’s bestseller, “The Shallows,” on Thursday, July 21, noon to 1 p.m. in Adams Library. All are welcome.Read Story
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Destin Kowrati Bibemi is a refugee from Central African Republic. At RIC he is a leader in track, a freshman orientation leader and he has discovered a love for ballroom dancing.
Joseph Sherry not only made Dean’s List for eight consecutive semesters, graduating summa cum laude, he won a prestigious Fulbright scholarship to Austria.
RIC junior Jacob Chippo won vocal competition and performed as guest soloist for the Rhode Island Civic Chorale Orchestra.
Sadie Campanella, an inductee in the United States Tennis Association’s New England Hall of Fame, has been recognized for her excellence on the court.