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“Speak Truth to Power” – The Story Behind the Burning of the Gaspee, A Film by RIC Alum Andrew Stewart
When Andrew Stewart decided to make a film about the Gaspee Days Parade, he didn’t know a shadow would be cast on a celebrated event in Rhode Island’s past.Read Story
Proud high school seniors at the Rhode Island School for the Deaf (RISDeaf) receive their diplomas from Marie Lynch, associate professor of special education at Rhode Island College and chair of RISDeaf’s Board of Trustees.
RIC’s president spoke on a range of issues as guest on “Amazing Women,” an online talk radio program hosted by Deb Ruggiero.Read Story
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100 percent of the Upward Bound Class of 2013 have been accepted to a higher educational institution for the fall.
Rhode Island College graduate student Kevin San ’08 recently was asked to write an article for the “Strategic Finance Magazine” by the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA). His story, entitled “Hard ...
On April 29 Maestro Edward Markward performed to a packed house as he led his final concert as conductor of the Rhode Island College Symphony Orchestra.
Melissa Leahey ’98 has been honored for over a decade of advocating for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.
Walsh developed a two-day leadership training clinic for basketball coaches to fill a void he saw in the profession's skill building focus.