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“Black history is American history”

Rachel Dvareckas, Features Editor

February 6, 2020

The start of February marks the beginning of Black History Month. The month is one that celebrates the history of the black American population, both the good and the bad. At RWU, the Multicultural Student Union (MSU) usually...

The friends we keep

Gabriella Boretti, Herald Contributor

February 6, 2020

The beginning of a new semester brings fresh faces, new classes and the start of something new. Most people have formed solid friendships by this point in the year, but for some people, this is not the case. For those who have not found "their people” yet, ...

Constructing the future

Gabriella Boretti, Herald Contributor

January 31, 2020

RWU's very own Habitat for Humanity crew was able to feel the warmth over the cold winter break. These students traveled to Charlotte, N.C. to work on a house with the help of community volunteers. During their trip, students wo...

Freeze the day

Emily Dvareckas, Photo Editor

January 30, 2020

School is back in session and campus is already bustling with activity. Stress from classes will soon return and there will be a need for fun distractions on the weekends. Luckily, Rhode Island is a hot spot for tourist attract...

Social Justice in Hispanola

Jeraldyn Ramirez, Herald Contributor

January 30, 2020

The first word that comes to mind about the 10 day study abroad trip to the Dominican Republic is eye opening. Our experience in the DR was unlike any experience I have ever had. We began the class speaking about dominant versu...

Pod-casting yourself into a new year

Rachel Dvareckas, Features Editor

January 30, 2020

Heading to the gym, driving to school or simply logging into Spotify while you take a break and chill out? Hold off on going straight to your Daily Mix or replaying that new song you heard this morning. Think about checking o...

Keeping it reel with the Film Production Collaborative

Emily Dvareckas, Photo Editor

November 21, 2019

Get the popcorn and take a seat for a sneak preview of what Roger Williams University’s own film club, the Film Production Collaborative (FPC), has to offer. On Monday nights from 7 to 8 p.m. ideas start to stir in GHH G05. ...

Bon Appetit makes homemade pies and side dishes for students to bring home for Thanksgiving. They are a hit on campus and can be paid for with student IDs. Pies usually cost between $10-12. This is an apple pie from last year that was enjoyed by Professor Janine Weisman and her family. 

Bon Appetit’s pie sale

November 21, 2019

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