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The lessons a torn ACL taught Abby Wollenberg

By Andrew Wuebker | April 12, 2018

When junior lacrosse player Abby Wollenberg landed on her left leg awkwardly in a preseason game this past fall, she knew something wasn’t right. 1,093 more words

The competitive spirit that made Kaelin Hogan a star

By Andrew Wuebker | March 24, 2018

A true competitor is a rare breed.

Senior lacrosse star Kaelin Hogan has always had a love for sport and competition. 1,483 more words

#MeToo creator aims to empower at RWU event

BRISTOL, R.I. (WPRI) — More than 500 people gathered Tuesday night at Roger Williams University to listen to the woman behind the “#MeToo” movement share her story. 326 more words

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Ginsburg joins RWU students for 'fireside chat' on SCOTUS experience

BRISTOL, R.I. (WPRI) — The second woman confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court, Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, went to Roger Williams University in Bristol Tuesday morning for a “fireside chat” with students of the university’s School of Law. 304 more words

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STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 11 Wilmington Students Named To Dean's List At Roger Williams University

BRISTOL, RI — The following Wilmington students have been named to the Fall 2017 Dean’s List at Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I.

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Life in Bateys

By Autumn Quezada-Grant

SAN RAFAEL EL YUMA. Roger Williams University students visited several bateys in the eastern side of the Dominican Republic island. Bateys usually do not draw visitors or tourists being that these are the company encampments for Haitian sugar cane workers. 495 more words

Life in Bateys

By Autumn Quezada-Grant

SAN RAFAEL EL YUMA. Roger Williams University students visited several bateys in the eastern side of the Dominican Republic island. Bateys usually do not draw visitors or tourists being that these are the company encampments for Haitian sugar cane workers. 496 more words