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“In America, we talk about the American Dream, but the American Dream is very expensive for immigrants. There’s a personal price we pay to come here,” says Léon.
Silas Murray is intent on empowering youth the way he was empowered — through sports
This new fellowship is designed to support the professional development of faculty who are Black, Indigenous and People of Color.
Once a week, Avi David goes from teaching in a high school to sitting in a college classroom with students fresh out of high school.
“RI-INBRE has been very good to me in supporting my research,” says Jamie Towle-Weicksel. “I am very thankful.”
“I love my job,” says Micaela Black (left), Vetsuccess coordinator. “I feel like I’m giving back and truly saying to veterans, ‘Thank you for your service. What can I do to help you?’”
During a routine health screening, Sgt. First Class Amanda Weber was diagnosed with multiple traumatic brain injuries. After serving for 14 years in the Army, she was told she would have to retire. But the Army had been her life.
“Most of our population walk around very much unaware of what veterans have experienced and what it means to transition back from deployment. It’s important to inform and educate the general public.” — Micaela Black, VetSuccess on Campus
In the soap opera “Dark Shadows,” Jonathan Frid played a 175-year-old vampire unintentionally released from his chained coffin.