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Alumna Creates Academic Award Named After Geráld the Turkey

RIC’s turkeys, like this award, encourage students to take advantage of RIC’s abundance.

4 Justice Studies Students Write Book – “Guardians of Justice”

The hope is that this book will serve as a resource for RIC students interested in criminal justice careers, said the authors.

News Brief: 5 RIC Theatre Alum in Trinity’s “La Cage Aux Folles”

“I can’t think of a finer or more talented group to represent Rhode Island College,” says theatre professor.

Alum’s IT Fellowship Leads to Career in the Foreign Service

The Foreign Affairs Information Technology Fellowship aims to attract top tech talent.

From Podcast to Book, Alum Shares Little-Known Tales of American History

Nate DiMeo ’97 calls these tales “a cabinet of curiosities.”

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.