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Saturday, February 13, 2016

Students share what they love most about URI for Valentine's Day

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Cory Woodbine

While many of the couples of URI have already made their Valentine’s Day arrangements, plenty will wait until the last minute. But there is one thing most of us do share around here and that is the love for URI.

The URI Marketing and Communications department asked a few students about what they love most about their beloved university.

When we asked senior Katrina Karpeichik about the topic, her smile couldn’t get any bigger. “I live a block away from Scarborough State Beach, and it’s absolutely awesome. It doesn’t matter how cold the weather is, the sunrises and sunsets are always beautiful,” said Karpeichik.

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