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Creativity at RIC Moves Online: Part 4 – Alumna Delivers Art Instruction Virtually

The pandemic stifled Jennifer Cahoon's business, but not her creativity.

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40 Days at Sea: RIC Alum’s Field Study – From Africa to Antarctica

Garrett Walsh, an environmental chemistry major, joins a research team to examine the effects of global warming on the ocean.

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Alumna Keeps Dual-Language Program Running Remotely

Pawtucket dual language teacher Michelle Carvajal '18 translates from English to Spanish and from in-person to virtual

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Community and Public Health Grads Work Towards Better Outcomes for Patients

Two community health and wellness alumni are making a difference for HIV/AIDS patients

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Creativity at RIC Moves Online: Part 2 – Even in Isolation, Dancers Like Crespo Find Ways to Move Together

RIC dancer attends virtual workshop led by world-renowned artists at Jacob's Pillow.

Creativity at RIC Moves Online: Part 1 – A Musical Journey in Digital Space

Jack Zornado, pianist, singer and songwriter, predicts that music performances online will take precedence.

Age-Friendly R.I. at RIC Promotes Keys to Longevity

There are societies in the world where people routinely reach 100 years old. Find out what they’re doing to live long healthy lives.

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Community and Public Health Alumna Works to Help Children Breathe Easier

From pain to purpose – Steffany DeJesus' asthma inspires her to help others with the condition.

Brendan Kirby: The Soul of a Funny Man

Throughout his four years at Rhode Island College, Kirby would fill notebooks with jokes and comedic premises that might work for late night talk shows or SNL.

"The People Go in Front of Us. We Take Their Lead."

An interview with Chanravy Proeung ’09, co-founder of SISTA FIRE, on the effort to include the Southeast Asian community and women of color in the larger struggle for social justice in America.