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Congressman Celebrates 25th Anniversary of ADA at Sherlock Center

Panelists include (l-r) Gary Balletto; Alyssa Silva and her mother Dori Silva; Katie Lowe and her mother Claudia Lowe; and Anthony Antosh. Rep. Jim Langevin is at the podium.

U.S. Congressman Jim Langevin, RIC Class of 2009, joined Sherlock Center Director Anthony Antosh and several notable Rhode Island advocates for a special celebration of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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Cyberbullying – Re-examining School Policies, State Laws

RIC public health nursing students, from left, Amy Morse, Gabrielle Choquette, Lea Anastasiou, Rachel Sylvestre, Melissa Pelletier, Robin Shields and Rebecca Pereira. (Not pictured, Lorraine Martin.)

At present, no federal law directly addresses cyberbullying, except in cases where it overlaps with discriminatory harassment. The responsibility to address this issue, therefore, falls on states and schools.

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Acquiring Valuable Skills, Exploring Humanities at RIC 

For incoming freshmen who have not declared a major, Exploring Humanities might be a good fit. 

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Foundation Celebrates 50th Anniversary at WaterFire

On Aug. 1, 6-7:30 p.m., a private reception will be held at the Union Station Brewery followed by a brazier lighting at Waterplace Park Basin.

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Freshmen Investigate Interests with Exploring Majors

New Exploring Majors in arts, business, humanities, science/math and social and behavioral sciences replace undeclared majors as an option for RIC freshmen.

Secret Life of Plants Leads to Field of Research

Biology major Bruno Ramos discovered the field of research by focusing on an area of biology that he disliked the most – the study of plants.