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Five students were recently sworn in as executive council members for RIC's SCG.
Lisbeth Avalos is looking foward to a bright future in biochemistry, conducting research that makes significant contributions to science.
RIC is proud of the work they’ve done and the difference they’ve made.
They have fulfilled only a part of their mission at RIC. They will go on to conquer new challenges and to grasp new opportunities.
The Union HUB is a comfortable and fun lounge in the Student Union lobby where you can get free popcorn, play video and board games, charge your electronic devices, get information, stay cool and hang out. The HUB will be open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. through June.
Please Join us for the Open Books–Open Minds summer book club, where we discuss the 2018-2019 common book, “Exit West,” by Mohsin Hamid, on Wednesday, July 11, at 11 a.m. in Gaige Hall 302; and on Tuesday, July 17, at 4 p.m. in Gaige Hall 206.
RIC’s Student Union is slated for renovation beginning Dec. 15 and running through August 2019. Activity and offices will be closed during that time period. Please note that EMS/RIC Rooms reservation requests for any locations within the Student Union or Media Center/Café patios will not be accommodated, so student organizations, campus departments and guest users will need to consider other alternatives during that time frame.
There were smiles all around and good vibes as well at the 164th commencement of Rhode Island College graduates in the Dunkin' Donuts Center.
Open Books-Open Minds Student Conference event drew more than 600 people to hear Angie Thomas’ appeal to battle inequities.
Alumni members reflected on the good times they shared at Rhode Island College during the annual Golden Years Reunion.
“I believe students learn more from working through problems together than they do when the professor stands in front of the classroom and talks at them,” said Assistant Professor Melissa Marcotte
At age 94, former RIC Dean of Students Dorothy Pieniadz, one of the founding mothers of Big Sisters of Rhode Island, was honored for dedicating more than 50 years to bettering the lives of thousands of Rhode Island’s children.