Issues

  • The cover of the Spring 2021 issue of URI magazine featuring the story, Why Poetry Now? Spring 2021 - Poetry's Moment | President Dooley's Legacy | The Evolution of Nursing | URI Student, Faculty and Alumni Birders | The Legacy of Leo DiMaio Jr. | Kathleen Torrens on Teaching

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  • The Cover of the Fall 2020 University of Rhode Island Magazine showing an image of plastic floating in the ocean, with the Narragansett Towers in the background. Feature article text: Our Plastic Problem Is it too late to turn the tide? Fall 2020 - Our Plastic Problem | Student Civil Rights Activism | The Hunger Crisis | Keeper of Her Culture | Brewing a Business | Carnell Jones Jr. on Teaching

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  • Summer 2020 - Art as Activism | Origins of a Pandemic | URI Club Sports | Big Ideas. Bold Plans. | Photo Contest Winners

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  • Spring 2020 Cover Spring 2020 - The First Amendment | The Emotional Power of Tidying Up | URI’s Agricultural Roots | Sea Urchin Ranching | The Art of Teaching Active History

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  • The Cover of the Fall 2019 Issue of the University of Rhode Island Magazine with the new Fascitelli Center featured on the cover Fall 2019 - Inspired Engineering | Tom Ryan's Phase 2 | Alien Invasion | Voices Raised | The Good Life | Why I Ride | Another Calling

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  • Summer 2019 Cover Summer 2019 - Blue Minds | The Internationalists | The Limits of Objectivity | Prescription: Empathy | Photo Contest Winners

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  • Spring 2019 Cover Spring 2019 - An Extraordinary Team | Quantum Quest | Sustainability | Growing a Cure | Christiane Amanpour | How to Read Moby Dick

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  • Fall 2018 Cover Fall 2018 - Why Hip-Hop Matters | From Masta to Legend | What a Day for a Daydream | Designing for the Sea and Stars | Going Strong

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  • Quadangles Magazine cover Quadangles Archive - Quadangles was last published in 2018. View the archives.