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MEET OUR GRADUATES: Reflections of Lady Franco, M.S.W. Graduate

“Although this last year has been hard, the support of classmates and professors has empowered me to see that I can accomplish anything,” says Lady Franco.

LeeShonel Ayala – From B.A. in Youth Development to M.A. in Christian Ministry

Ayala is a liturgical dancer, musician and now future minister/theologian.

News Brief: Two World Languages Education Majors Honored by Their Peers

Larissa Guido Swenson (left) wins student teaching scholarship and alumna Lora Calise (right) named RIFLA Teacher of the Year.

National Association of Black Law Enforcement Officers Look to Alum Charles Wilson to Move Forward

Wilson intends to put a spotlight on lethal force, racial profiling and police brutality.

Black History Month Celebrates the Artistic Expressions of Black Culture

“As an Afro-Latino I feel that this is a celebration for me as well.” — Julio Berroa ’21

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.

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.

Passport, Please: Alum Goes to Grad School in Scotland

Some grads get their degree and go to work. Others, like Katarina, go to grad school overseas. This 24-year-old is fast becoming a citizen of the world.

Student Vets Find Community at Military Resource Center

“When you’re on campus, drop by,” says Sgt. Steven Pina, the center’s new interim assistant director.