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Incoming Freshmen Receive Warm Welcome

At First-Year Student Orientation, freshmen took part in two days of programming focused on academic services, residential housing, student clubs and other activities.

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RIC Alumni Reunite for Golden Years Luncheon

Jaclyn McCoy, Class of 2015, accompanied her grandmother Rosalyn Smith McCoy, Class of 1940.

The past and present converged when more than 100 RIC graduates from the Classes of 1933-1961 gathered for the second annual Golden Years Reunion Luncheon. 

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RIC Course Examines Jazz Artists’ Influence on Civil Rights

RIC Professor of History Ronald Dufour

In this Summer Session II course, Ronald Dufour, RIC professor of history, explores the fusion of art, politics, racism and freedom in the lives of jazz artists during the Civil Rights era.  

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RIC Nursing Students are Pulse of Local Health Fair

RIC nursing student Nelsy Romero explains tips about healthy eating to a Warwick city employee at the city's annual health fair for employees on June 9.

Each year, Warwick employees look forward to the preventative care – vision tests, blood pressure, glucose screenings and healthy-eating presentations – provided by RIC student nurses. 


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When the War Comes Home: Trauma in Military Families

Three RIC faculty launch a new course that prepares mental health counselors, family therapists and clinical social workers to treat the kind of trauma specific to veterans and their families.

RIC Graduate & Fulbright Austria Recipient Joseph Sherry

Joseph Sherry not only made Dean’s List for eight consecutive semesters, graduating summa cum laude, he won a prestigious Fulbright scholarship to Austria.

MEET OUR STUDENTS: Jacob Chippo, Tenor Extraordinaire

RIC junior Jacob Chippo won vocal competition and performed as guest soloist for the Rhode Island Civic Chorale Orchestra.

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RIC to Host 16th Annual Anchor Club Golf Tournament, July 18

Enjoy a round of golf at Valley Country Club and support the development of RIC’s over 300 student-athletes who participate in 21 varsity sports.