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That's so (Nervous) Sean!

It’s hard to find people that I can actually call my friends and actually trust them. I know I sound like one of those people that tweet about having… 398 more words

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Dexter, Filiere take home D3Baseball.com national awards

Southern Maine junior shortstop Sam Dexter (Oakland, Maine) and MIT freshman third baseman Austin Filiere were each named D3Baseball.com All-Americans and honored as National Player and Rookie of the Year, respectively. 355 more words

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Rhode Island College Commencements

(WPRI) — Rhode Island college commencement weekend continued Sunday with new graduates from Providence College, Salve Regina University, and the University of Rhode Island.

Family and friends gathered to celebrate their accomplishments and watch the graduates accept their diplomas. 130 more words

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RIC, Bryant, RWU hold graduation ceremonies

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – Rhode Island College, Bryant University, and Roger Williams University kicked off college commencement ceremonies Saturday in Rhode Island.

New graduates nationwide are receiving their diplomas and entering the working world. 56 more words

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Rhode Island College to offer new degree programs

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP/WPRI) — Rhode Island College is expanding its undergraduate degree offerings.

The school announced on Wednesday it is adding new undergraduate degree programs in environmental studies and global studies for the fall 2015 semester. 104 more words

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Former Lieutenant Governor among RIC commencement speakers

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — Rhode Island College announced their commencement speakers and honorary degree recipients Tuesday.

Rhode Island Public Radio reporter Scott MacKay will be the featured speaker at the RIC undergraduate ceremony, while RI Secretary of Health and Human Services Elizabeth Roberts will deliver the address during the graduate ceremony. 183 more words

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Construction delayed in Providence nursing education center

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — A redevelopment of the old South Street Power Station in Providence has been delayed.

Construction on the property, which will become a new nursing education center, has been pushed back a semester, the University of Rhode Island said. 70 more words

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