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Held at RWU's Bristol campus, the debate will include Democratic Gov. Gina M. Raimondo, Republican Cranston Mayor Allan W. Fung and former state Rep. Joseph A. Trillo.
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Latest poll also shows U.S. Sen. Whitehouse 54%, GOP challenger Flanders 35%
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Looking for Your Parking Permit? Residents and Commuters Should Read This!Click to Open
Welcome back students! Looking for your parking permit?
If you are a resident student living in University Housing and you ordered your permit after August 3rd stop by the Parking and Transportation office (located at the main entrance in the building behind the fountains). Bring your ID and vehicle registration with you. Need to order your permit? Go to http://rwu.t2hosted.com and your permit will be ready for you the next business day!
Haven't ordered it yet? Go to http://rwu.t2hosted.com. Make sure to choose or add your local address! Do not use 1 Old Ferry Rd. Permit direct ships the permit from the manufacturer to your local address. Print out your receipt or confirmation and place it on your dash. This will be your temporary permit until your real one ships to you!
Seekonk Square Shuttle Saturdays In SeptemberClick to Open
Saturday's in September there is a Shuttle to Seekonk Square (Target, Kohl's, TJ Maxx & more. Visit https://www.seekonksquare.com/directory/ for more info) departing campus at 12P, 1P, & 2P. Shuttle departs from the main entrance shuttle stop located between Admissions and the School of Law.
Shuttle SchedulesClick to Open
New 2018-2019 Shuttle Schedules are located online at https://www.rwu.edu/who-we-are/administrative-offices/public-safety/transportation/shuttle-service/shuttle-schedules
Outbound Shuttle transportation for Thanksgiving reservations are open at: https://www.rwu.edu/who-we-are/administrative-offices/public-safety/transportation/outboundinbound-transportation-sign
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