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By: Sarah David Anchor News Writer The College Dining Services management staff recently informed The Anchor that changes are in order for the upcoming semester. The plan, according to the Donovan staff, is that they will have new and …
By: Nathan Bissell Anchor News Writer One of the most controversial and commanding personalities of the Civil Rights movement came to Rhode Island College last Friday with a powerful message:
By: Mandy Wray Dion Anchor Editor Brightly colored eggs were hidden around the Quad last week containing prizes and health facts provided by the Women’s Center. By drawing people in
Despite the efforts of Student Community Government, Inc., seats were left bare at last Tuesday’s Town Hall meeting. Although participants were few and far between, conversation wasn’t sparse.
By: Justin Goslant Anchor News Writer The life of a typical RIC student is demanding with the jobs and other responsibilities besides their academics. Some of these students may also
The newest addition to Rhode Island College’s Campus Police force features an official who is not only qualified for the job, but is experienced and eager to help
This year, Rhode Island College has definitely demonstrated the age of its structure, with many emergencies breaking out on campus, the latest being a flood in Weber Hall.
The agonizing task of splitting up $1,215.45 to 11 student organizations dissatisfied with their 2012–2013 budget recommendations from the Finance Commision took Student Parliament almost three hours, swith
In the depths of Craig-Lee an un-sung hero is using his own personal money to make the college a better place. Unfortunately, unknown culprits have been ruining his
by Jonathan Lamantia Opinions Editor Last week my colleague, Robert Santurri, the lead writer for the Decision 2012 column, suggested that Mitt Romney’s imminent vic- tory in the GOP primary