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Reliving the moment
Providence poet Christopher Johnson takes the audience on an interactive journey with his performance of Invoice for Emotional Labor, presented by the CCRI Players and The Wilbury Theatre Group.
Art History professor Natalie Coletta recently launched an open educational resource designed to provide students and others with a look at some of the genre's most underrepresented difference-makers.
Rhode Island Promise Scholar and poetry ambassador Halima Ibrahim is one of more than 400 semifinalists nationwide for the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship.
The Flanagan Campus is launching its new Community Health Laboratory, a learning space that will transform the way students and professionals learn to care for patients in the home care setting.
Best in show
Eight members of the Community College of Rhode Island’s student-run theater group, the CCRI Players, are competing for scholarships in the Region 1 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.
Put to the test
Chemistry Professor Wayne Suits teamed with students to conduct an experiment on which recent hand sanitizers to hit the market could contain dangerous contaminants. The results were "eye-opening."