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El Mes de la Historia Afroamericana celebra las expresiones artísticas de la cultura Afro

“Como afrolatino siento que esto también es una celebración para mí”. — Julio Berroa ’21

A Look Inside an Unforgettable Season

The Anchorwomen had a historic season, with a 25-game winning streak during the regular season.

Dr. Jack R. Warner Named 11th President of Rhode Island College

The decision by the Rhode Island Council on Postsecondary Education was unanimous in favor of the leader who has served in an interim role since 2022.

With a RIC Technical Theatre Degree, the Possibilities are Endless

From regional theatre, to corporate gigs, from concert tours to Disney World, there’s so many ways you can apply a technical theatre degree.

Africana Studies Launches New Black Film Series

The series opens with the documentary “Stamped from the Beginning,” on Thursday, Feb. 15, at 6 p.m. in Gaige 100.

Estreno mundial de “La Broa’” presenta a egresados de la escuela de Teatro de RIC

“La Broa’” celebra la historia, la herencia y las culturas de los latinos en Rhode Island.

World Premiere of “La Broa’” Features RIC Theatre Alumni

“La Broa’” celebrates the history, heritage and cultures of Latinos in Rhode Island.

Celebrating African American Achievements

This year’s theme is African Americans and the Arts

$25K Endowment to Support New R.I. Portuguese American Archives at RIC

A powerful advocate of Portuguese American history and heritage, Marie Fraley is the benefactor of this new archive at RIC.

Historic Exhibit of Noted African American Sculptor Features Items from RIC’s Special Collections

A native of Rhode Island, Nancy Elizabeth Prophet was one of America’s most elite African American sculptors.