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.
For students facing a mountain of reading ahead of exam week, applying a strategy to tackle textbook chapters may result in better grades.
In an era when trust in the media is at a low point, the student journalists at have responded by adding an investigative unit, Cigarlight.
Enrollment in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures at URI is booming despite national decline of foreign language programs.
Young artists are finding their voices in the poetics of hip-hop. Meditating on love, death, despair, hope, young rappers update an ancient art form: the epic tale.
From hip-hop's infancy, to its adolescence, into its golden age, and through to present day, WRIU has been its champion and that's not ending any time soon.
Once the bane of overpasses and subway trains, graffiti art has traveled from the street to the museum. Professor Bob Dilworth talks about hip-hop art as activism.
Kendrick Lamar's winning the Pulitzer is no surprise to Professor James Haile III. Lamar is setting philosophy to music and Haile is bringing it to the classroom.
Duval 'Masta Ace' Clear '88 shatters the myth that rap is a young man's game. He's been at it 30 years and his popularity is still growing.
One of the most provocative and technologically advanced engineering buildings in the country.
Humans of URI's mission is to build a more connected community. One story at a time. Every voice is important.