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Students Be Advised: Everything You Put Online Can and Will Be Used Against You

Here’s how RIC Career Services is helping students clean up their social media accounts in preparation for their job search.

Rhode Island College Police Department Earns International Accreditation

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Campus police department notched another honor, the second in two years. Pictured from left are CALEA Executive Director Craig Hartley, RIC Vice-President of Administration and Finance Stephen Nedder, RIC Chief of Police James Mendonca and CALEA Chairperson Marcus Brown.

3 Internships across Industries

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These students are building their experience, their networks and their résumés. From left, RIC students Ben Cash, Ariel Dorsey and Vincent DelPonte.

LASO Celebrates 50 Years Promoting the Diversity of the Latinx Culture

LASO gala celebration will be held on Thursday, Dec. 1, at the Donovan Dining Center.

RIC Alumni Increase Latinx Representation at Your Local Liquor Store

Papi’s Coquito, an alcoholic drink, was recreated to bring a tropical touch to the people of Rhode Island. 

What Do You Do With an English Degree?

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Let these successful alumni show you what they did with theirs.

Another Big Winner in the Midterms: RIC Political Communication Students

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RIC students are learning the ins and outs of politics, from rhetorical strategy to stagecraft and image making. RIC senior Mistura Ottun (pictured right) shares her thoughts during a class discussion.

4 Tips for Landing Your Dream Internship

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In photo, RIC students come together for a Job & Internship Fair. Get a leg up on the competition BEFORE you graduate.

My Internship in a TV Newsroom

This semester, RIC junior Raymond Baccari is interning at ABC 6 News (WLNE-TV).

Forum on Gun Violence Searches for Answers

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Join us at RIC on Nov. 14 for an evening devoted to finding solutions to gun violence. This event is open to the public.