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April 9th, 2014, by bmason145
(To see supplementary presentation PDF, visit the following link: “Latino Students in Rhode Island: A Review of Local and National Performances”) As part of some of our most recent initiatives, the Latino Policy Institute at Roger Williams University has been... Read full post
October 8th, 2014, by ebeck722
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
October 8th, 2014, by dfarish
In the first of three parts of this series, I discussed the general topic of what has been called a “jobless recovery,” following the Great Recession of 2008. In parts two and three, I examined at length the culprits that have been implicated as being the cause of... Read full post
Friday, September 26, 2014 Today is the first weekend I am traveling outside of London. With an early start for most of my peers we departed our Bloomsbury hostel at 8:00 am. Sitting here in my seat on the bus I wonder what York will be like. I know that we will not only be... Read full post
October 6th, 2014, by dalexander
Undergraduate Architecture student Joanna Grocott and graduate student Peter Romains have been awarded the 2014 Kaestle Boos Associates Scholarships, with Grocott receiving the $1000 first prize, and Romains receiving a $500 Honorable Mention. Student submissions were reviewed... Read full post