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RIC’s PEP Program provided a solid college foundation for Jinnette Santana.
“As an Afro-Latino I feel that this is a celebration for me as well.” — Julio Berroa ’21
Undefeated Anchorwomen are poised to seize the national championship
From regional theatre, to corporate gigs, from concert tours to Disney World, there’s so many ways you can apply a technical theatre degree.
The series opens with the documentary “Stamped from the Beginning,” on Thursday, Feb. 15, at 6 p.m. in Gaige 100.
“La Broa’” celebrates the history, heritage and cultures of Latinos in Rhode Island.
A powerful advocate of Portuguese American history and heritage, Marie Fraley is the benefactor of this new archive at RIC.
A native of Rhode Island, Nancy Elizabeth Prophet was one of America’s most elite African American sculptors.
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.