• Fraternity friction: Activities guidelines stall new fraternity

    Fraternity friction: Activities guidelines stall new fraternity

    Elisha Kay Aldrich–News Editor The recent boost in Greek life over the past few years has yielding some unexpected growing pains. Currently, a group of young men, led by Rhode Island College student Jerzy Polak, are trying to organize a Kappa Sigma chapter at the college. “I want to start Kappa ...
  • RIC to ring in new semester with massive homecoming weekend

    RIC to ring in new semester with massive homecoming weekend

    Jacob Bedard–Assistant Editor Hey, you – are you looking for something to do this Friday and/or Saturday?  If so, then look no further than the many different events that will be held as a part of Rhode Island College’s Homecoming Weekend! Auctions, a cookout, a homecoming parade, tours ...
  • LIFE and Harambee rally against police brutality: Students hope to bring ideas from Ferguson to RIC in recent trip

    LIFE and Harambee rally against police brutality: Students hope to bring ideas from Ferguson to RIC in recent trip

    Elisha Kay Aldrich–News Editor What was possibly one of the most interesting events to happen during Diversity Week was not even officially part of Diversity Week. In what almost seemed like an impromptu gathering, members of LIFE, Harambee, and other students met in front of the Ducey Media ...
  • Know what rusts my anchor? The reaction to Ray Rice

    Know what rusts my anchor? The reaction to Ray Rice

    Victor Martelle–Opinions Editor Watching a woman knocked unconscious was mind numbing. I couldn’t help but get out of my chair and mumble to myself, “What the heck did I just watch?” Indeed, this was an atrocity that everyone, including the media, jumped on, attacking Ray Rice for what he did. ...
  • Double overtime drama ends with RIC on top

    Double overtime drama ends with RIC on top

    Jerzy Polak–Anchor Staff At a home game on an overcast, rainy, cold day, the Anchormen defeated Plymouth State 4-3 on a double OT thriller. Emmanuel Asiedu was responsible for the final tally, while the game-tying goal came from Joseph Plude, a pair who have been in great form as of late. RIC ...
  • New vice president elected: Helps to lead discussion on SCG public relations

    New vice president elected: Helps to lead discussion on SCG public relations

    Elisha Kay Aldrich–News Editor All clubs on campus have to find ways to advertise themselves, and Student Community Government, Inc. is no exception. With only around 20 members in this year’s body thus far, the vice presidential election from the Oct. 8 meeting was made even more important ...