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RIC Celebrates the African American Influence on American History & Culture    

Events include a public forum on race relations; a blood drive to commemorate Dr. Charles Drew, the African American inventor of the modern blood bank; and a mobile museum of African American artifacts.

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Music Concerts This Spring at RIC

Center photo: Professor of Music Joseph Foley. Clockwise: RIC Opera Workshop, RIC Wind Ensemble, The Muir String Quartet and The RIC Chorus.

RIC continues to honor the great musical traditions of the past with performances of symphonic, choral, jazz and operatic music for Rhode Island audiences.

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How to Build a Snowman 

RIC Professor of Physical Sciences Daniel Snowman shares his tips on making the perfect snowman with Smithsonian Magazine. 

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Fun-Filled Events Offered by Office of Student Activities

Looking for something fun to fill your free time? evenings? weekends? The Office of Student Activities schedules a variety of on- and off-campus trips and events at little-to-no cost.

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Arts Season Forecast – Very, Very Good

Despite below-freezing temperatures, RIC’s spring calendar of the arts promises to warm Rhode Island audiences.

Meet Our Students: Jose Rosario – An Odd Twist of Fate Led to His Life Purpose

Jose Rosario, a 19-year-old who uses a wheelchair, is determined to help support at-risk teens.

RIC Student Meets President of United States

RIC biochem major Lisbeth Avalos introduced President Barack Obama at a recent speech held at RIC’s Murray Center.

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