Justin Bristol '17 describes the food carts he and Matt Fuller ‘18 make as “creatively-built, solar-powered, prefab, affordable restaurants.”
You can throw all the money in the world at a piece of technology, but if people don't use it, it's pretty much worthless.
"At URI, they want you to do your best, so they will see to it that you do," says sophomore chemistry major and researcher Adelaide Levenson.
"There were heroin needles on the ground and stray dogs, boarded up houses. There were gardens but nothing was growing," Schwab recalls.
Drab, stout, short, and round, the Timberdoodle, a.k.a. the American Woodcock, doesn't stand out in a crowd. At first.
Delaying the clamping of a newborn's umbilical cord for just five minutes could have long-term health benefits, a new URI nursing study asserts.
Erin Connelly keeps going back to Jamaica, recently making her third trip there to work with some of the island's most vulnerable populations.
An American Quilt: A Story of Family and Slavery is the result of years of research into the Williams-Crouch family—and the families they owned.
URI has become a unique training ground for a new generation of students immersing themselves in the study of language and culture.
It’s a first for URI, and a big one: the first time the University has sponsored a clinical trial of a drug treatment.
2019 marks the bicentennial of Herman Melville’s birth. For lit lovers, reaction to this news will depend on their feelings about Moby-Dick.
Students in the Graduate School of Library and Information Studies are teaching Rhode Island families how to write computer code.
Even during finals week, the URI Theatre Department can put a spring in our step as our musical theatre students can demonstrate.
Roughly 40 percent of U.S. college students are affected by food insecurity. The Rhody Outpost food pantry addresses this issue at URI.
Wondering how to study efficiently, write papers well, better prepare for and perform on exams? Don't worry. We've got you covered.
Exam week has a look: sweats, slippers, baseball cap, coffee in one hand, phone in the other.
On December 12, Campus Recreation is sponsoring “Your Day of Wellness,” a diverse offering of activities to alleviate the stresses of finals week.
The end of the semester is just days away. Final exams loom, but the real stressors for many students are the end-of-term papers.