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Vice President for Student Life John King speaks at the RWU Spring 2022 Reopening Session to RWU students via Zoom. Chief of Staff Brian Williams (top left), Director of Health Services Anne Mitchell (top middle), Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Margaret Everett (bottom left), Athletic Director Kiki Jacobs (bottom middle) and Infection and Prevention Consultant Marlene Wolpert (bottom right) also spoke at the Zoom session.
New COVID-19 guidelines discussed at RWU Spring 2022 Reopening Session
Jimmy Sadowski, News Editor • January 12, 2022

In light of the new COVID-19 variants emerging in recent months, Roger Williams University (RWU) will have new COVID safety guidelines in response....

The "Finsta" Phenomenon
December 2, 2021
Seeing the world without borders can help us work cooperatively towards a sustainable future
A world without borders
November 18, 2021
Is it ok to laugh?
November 18, 2021
Sophomore, Mac Annus, shoots against defender in practice on October 19, 2021.
Nothing but Net
November 18, 2021
Students have the opportunity to receive peer and professor help at the tutoring center located on the second floor of the University Library.
Motivation inside the university
Sami Poutre, Herald Reporter • December 1, 2021

The word “motivation” has many fluctuating ideals. If you were to ask any person’s individual definition of the word, you would be bound...

Anna was adopted in 2019 from a humane society. She is a mutt and will be celebrated on Dec. 2.
National days to celebrate on December 2
Emily Dvareckas, Photo Editor • November 30, 2021

National Mutt Day Dec. 2 is a day to celebrate dogs, more specifically mutt dogs. Mutts, or mixed-breeds, are dogs that do not belong to one...

Every year, the community of Bristol gets together and celebrates the winter holidays early.
Join festive celebrations in Bristol
Amy Martin, Features Editor • November 29, 2021

The holiday season is starting early in Bristol as the community celebrates with a number of exciting events. Join residents in spreading the...

According to Dr. Erin Tooley, practicing gratitude can improve the quality of life.
The importance of gratitude
Amy Martin, Features Editor • November 15, 2021

Thanksgiving is more than the yummy food prepared on the kitchen table. It is a holiday dedicated to gratitude, but this should not be the only...

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