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Meet Our Graduates: Suazo Inspires Youth to Become Leaders and Changemakers

“I believe there’s a leader in everyone,” said Suazo, who has spent most of her young life finding it in herself and drawing it out of the youth in her community.

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Meet Our Graduates: Jordan Moment Finds Fertile Ground for Research at RIC

This McNair scholar is now headed for grad school at Indiana University’s O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs.

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Meet Our Graduates: Bridging Two Continents

Sabrina Brum has earned her degree and is now packing her bags headed for Portugal to begin a graduate program in international relations.

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Alumni Award Recipients Stress Importance of Giving Back

The 2019 Rhode Island College Alumni Awards Dinner shined a spotlight on 14 people who have made invaluable contributors to the college.

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​RIC Professor of Art Richard Whitten will be part of a two-person exhibit at the Jamestown Art Center, 18 Valley Sreet, Jamestown, RI 02835, from May 3 through June 8. An opening reception will be held on Friday, May 3, from 6-8 p.m. An artist talk will be held on Monday, May 20, at 6 p.m. Gallery hours are Wednesday-Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Civil Rights Icon Tells Graduates to Seize Opportunities to Change the World

At Rhode Island College’s 2019 Commencement, speakers delivered messages about opportunity, equity and justice to graduates.

RIC Students Recognized as Leaders for Serving the Greater Good

Rhode Island College’s 11th annual Student Leadership Awards ceremony was held on April 18, recognizing seven students and one student organization.

Students Urged to Confront the Unknown at Cap and Gown

Message to Class of 2019: surrender to the impossible.

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Henry’s Kids - A Map for Their Future

Dennis Delomba '76 and Gerald Perrino '80 attribute their careers to retired RIC art professor "Henry" Pinardi.

Putting Civility Back into Civil Discourse

Airing your opinion on a social or political issue could easily result in a hostile backlash. RIC alumna teaches how to find common ground.

The Life of a Freelance Harpist

Hungry for a permanent position with a major orchestra, struggling musicians like Molly McCaffrey piece together a career and sometimes hit pay dirt.

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