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So we've finally done it! We sailed all the way across the Atlantic Ocean! The past 4 weeks have been the craziest, most stressful, most exciting, and most enthralling experience. Each and every one of my ship mates is amazing in their own way, and I have been so lucky to... Read full post
April 13th, 2017, by grhodes
The scholarly work of Sara Butler, Professor of Art and Architectural History, on a 1942 portrait “An Incident in Contemporary American Life” by Mitchell Jamieson was featured in a March 31, 2017 Washington Post article by Desmond Herzfelder. The article, “The... Read full post
By Megan '15 One of the most important items that I have with me at almost all times is my planner. Without it, I would truly be lost and never know what I am supposed to do or where I am supposed to be and at what time. I have used a planner during my entire time here at... Read full post
LPI Community Experts
April 21st, 2016, by acola
In February 2014, United States Housing Secretary Julián Castro came to Rhode Island through the office of Senator Jack Reed, to tour Central Falls and other communities to see first-hand how federal investments are improving neighborhoods and helping low-income families... Read full post
June 22nd, 2017, by efitzpatrick
Edward Fitzpatrick, RWU director of media and public relations, New England First Amendment Coalition board member and former Providence Journal columnist: Earlier this year, student journalists at a Kansas high school decided to write a profile about their newly hired principal... Read full post
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