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The college’s first graduation at the Dunk represented the conferral of largest number of baccalaureate degrees – 1,493 – in RIC’s history.Read Story
Political analyst Robert Scott MacKay, philanthropist Dr. Joseph Chazan, Superior Court Associate Justice Walter Stone, OHHS Secretary Elizabeth Roberts and business leaders and philanthropists Robert and Wini Galkin each received an honorary degree during RIC’s 161st commencement ceremonies.
Members of the RIC administration and student affairs staff donned aprons to serve approximately 550 student for the first-ever RIC Midnight Breakfast.Read Story
"Wordsmith/Metalsmith" at the Bannister Gallery and “Métallurgie” at the Chazan Family Gallery in Alex and Ani Hall showcase the latest contemporary work among professionals in the field and among RIC undergraduate artists.Read Story
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Recipients include a nursing student who founded a clinic in Haiti; a student who presents motivational talks at alcohol and rehab centers for teens; and a magnetic “servant-leader” who humbly ...
Jose Rosario, a 19-year-old who uses a wheelchair, is determined to help support at-risk teens.
RIC biochem major Lisbeth Avalos introduced President Barack Obama at a recent speech held at RIC’s Murray Center.