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For many vulnerable Rhode Islanders, meeting basic needs are their number one concern. From food to shelter, we have neighbors that need our help this season. Here’s how to make a difference. more
There are so many ways to be entertained this season, and we’re not talking about Blake Shelton’s holiday TV special. more
How educators in our own backyard are working to make the world a better place. more
"A lot of what I did for historic preservation contributed directly to my ability to help the cause of elder justice... I never thought I would go down this road, but I could not turn my back on this." more
"Knowing more about how stars evolve can have a great impact on Earth. Most of the stars we see are relatively short-lived stars compared to our own star, the sun." more
"I have always been interested in the ways that girls and women are represented in the media and popular culture, and in thinking through the ways that artifacts are products of their historical moment." more
"Engineers are interested in understanding how to design better underwater vehicles. So My research on swimming is directly relevant to those applications." more
"Law enforcement officers, military personnel and intelligence officers can all directly apply what we are learning about the science of interrogation to their everyday practice." more
"One of the most rewarding areas of my research is to witness the overwhelming response to my pioneering work to expand global knowledge and understanding of Jamaica." more
Whether you're a cosplaying Sith Lord, possess an enviable collection of Silver Age Jim Steranko comics or consistently crush it at your local Friday Night Magic drafts, you're in good company in the Ocean State. more
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