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Winterfest 2023 - Downtown Providence

Join Us for the 3rd Annual RIC Winterfest! RIC Alumni and the college community are invited for an afternoon of activities on campus and an evening of ice skating in downtown Providence. Please register for both segments of the day.

Anchor for a Day

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  • schedule Various times
  • room RIC Campus - various locations

Accepted Students and their parents are invited to experience what it’s really like to be a student at Rhode Island College. Join us for Anchor for a Day! Registration Now Open!

Treat Yourself Tuesdays: Mardi Gras Masks & Beads

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  • room Donovan Dining Center

Come and celebrate Mardi Gras with bead making and mask making for FREE!

Small Mouth Sounds by Bess Wohl

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  • schedule Various times
  • room The Forman Theatre in The Nazarian Center

A RIC Mainstage Theatre production

Discussing Economic Equity Issues in Rhode Island

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  • room Alger Hall 110

Come to a presentation about economic equity and justice issues affecting communities of color and low-and-modest income Rhode Islanders with the Economic Progress Institute's Executive Director, Weayonnoh Nelson-Davies, J.D.

Time Management and Goal Setting

Join us in the Academic Success Center for study skills workshops this semester. Topics will include time management & goal setting, note taking, college-level reading, test taking strategies, and studying in the lab sciences. See attached flyer with dates and times.

Black Alumni and Cultural Night

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  • room Student Union Ballroom

Join us for a night with alumni and vendors from the Rhode Island College community to mix and mingle hosted by the Harambee Student Organization

RIC Symphony Orchestra

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  • room Sapinsley Hall in the Nazarian Center

Program to be announced Free concert - no tickets needed

“Porch Treasure”: Black American Storytelling as a Guidebook for Public Engagement

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  • room Gaige Hall 200

Dr. Clarissa J. Walker will discuss a kinship model of Black American storytelling, a model that is constructed by the agency and audience of African-derived tellers.

Studying in the Lab Sciences

Join us in the Academic Success Center for study skills workshops this semester. Topics will include time management & goal setting, note taking, college-level reading, test taking strategies, and studying in the lab sciences.