• "When women succeed, America succeeds"

    “When women succeed, America succeeds”

    Jim Brady–Editor-in-Chief So it finally happened–President Barack Obama visited Rhode Island College to spread the word about fair pay for women. Amidst the fanfare and week of anticipation, the RIC community turned out to witness history. It’s not everyday–unless it was today–that a ...
  • Sexual assault on campus: Investigation ongoing

    Sexual assault on campus: Investigation ongoing

    Elisha Kay Aldrich – News Editor Tuesday night, members of the RIC community received a rather somber email from Scott Kane, the interim vice president for student affairs, in their inboxes. “We are sorry to inform you that in a RIC residence hall on Tuesday, a female student was ...
  • Responsibility in the Twitterverse: Anonymity is trending in social media

    Responsibility in the Twitterverse: Anonymity is trending in social media

    Elisha Kay Aldrich – News Editor Pretty much everyone in the Rhode Island College community uses some form of social media—Twitter, Facebook, etc. Even the college is connected, from the dean of students to the departments themselves. But, there may be cause for concern when RIC students ...
  • Started from the bottom now we’re here: Rebuilding the Middle Class; Clinton endorses Raimondo at Democratic Rally

    Started from the bottom now we’re here: Rebuilding the Middle Class; Clinton endorses Raimondo at Democratic Rally

    Sam Mandeville – Anchor Editor In what was probably the most exciting thing to happen on campus since President Obama cancelled his Oct. 16 visit, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton came to campus last Friday to endorse Democratic candidate for governor, Gina Raimondo. Raimondo’s ...
  • Et tu, Kappa? The Ides of October rattle Greek Life at RIC

    Et tu, Kappa? The Ides of October rattle Greek Life at RIC

    Elisha Kay Aldrich – News Editor Over the past few months, a group of male students, led by Rhode Island College student Jerzy Polak, aimed to start a chapter of Kappa Sigma here on campus, but have been prevented from doing so just yet due to a Student Activities rule allowing only one ...
  • Class clubs now required to hold charity event: SCG votes in new bill

    Class clubs now required to hold charity event: SCG votes in new bill

    Elisha Kay Aldrich – News Editor Starting next year, it will be mandatory for all four class clubs to hold a charity event, thanks to a new bill passed by Student Community Government, Inc. The event will be a form of competition; whichever class receives the most donations will receive a ...
Walk the runway with HOPE

Walk the runway with HOPE

Janine Boiselle – Anchor Staff Back again this fall semester, HOPE (Helping Others Promote Equality) is hosting a second “Own Your Own Fashion Show,” on Thursday, Nov. 6. Starting at 7 p.m. ...