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"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.

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Future of Statues, Landmarks in Limbo Amid Social Unrest

RIC faculty and an alumna offer their perspectives on revisiting history.

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RIC Prof. Leads Passage of ‘Equal Parentage’ Law

Now Rhode Island parents of children born through insemination or surragacy will no longer be left in legal limbo about their right to parentage.

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News Brief: A Donation Nursing Couldn't Refuse

Lifespan may not be the “Godfather,” but they don’t forget a favor.

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From ESL to Medical School, RIC Grad Overcomes Obstacles in Pursuit of Her Dreams

Project ExCEL, a support program at RIC for multilingual students, helped Ruth Feliz-Lima transition to college in America.

For the Testas, RIC is a Family Tradition

One family, three generations of #RICSpirit.

News Brief: Fulbright-Hays Grant Funds Course in Guatemala

With the continued growth in enrollment of Guatemalan youth in Rhode Island's K-12 educational system, this course will be of particular benefit to educators working or preparing to work in Providence and Central Falls school districts.

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RIC Alum is a Patent Attorney, But Remains a Scientist at Heart

Chemistry major Meaghan Richmond landed a job at AstraZeneca, one of the top 10 pharmaceutical companies in the world and a company that is leading the effort in creating a COVID-19 vaccine.

Faculty Member Pulls Double-Duty in Nonprofit World, Teaching and Helping People of All Abilities

Alumnus Michael Andrade is coordinator of the Nonprofit Studies Program at RIC and president and CEO of The Arc of Bristol County.

News Brief: RIC Alumni among 40 Under Forty Award Winners

Each year, PBN honors 40 Rhode Island men and women under the age of 40 who are successful in their careers and involved in their communities.