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I’m an adjunct faculty member over at CCRI [currently teaching] English, just one class. My background is in higher education, so I used to work more on the student affairs side, and then I … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: Organized labor has made a lot of headlines of late, what with strikes by writers in Hollywood and auto workers in Michigan. The common thread is how technology is extending the … more
On September 27, 2023, the three members of the RI Public Utilities Commission made a momentous decision to authorize RI Energy's AMF (Advanced Metering Functionality) proposal to deploy "Smart" … more
While the newly released results of the most recent batch of RICAS test data isn’t exactly a cause for celebration, they at least provide some hope that we are getting our kids back on a … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: In 1997, when Jack Reed first joined the U.S. Senate, the Cold War had ended and 9/11 had not yet happened. A quarter-century later, the world is a very different place, with a … more
As humans and particularly as journalists, we often try to look for slivers of light in the darkest of times to insulate ourselves against the negative emotions that can result from observing and … more
To the Editor, Regarding the potential Speakership of Representative Jim Jordan, "When the thorn becomes the rose bush, nothing blooms." Stefano Andolfo Warwick more
To the Editor, As I see the tragic events unfolding in the Middle East I am deeply saddened by what is taking place. I’m not going to say anything other than I have had the pleasure of … more
October marks National Substance Use Prevention Month, making it an ideal time to ramp up drug overdose prevention messaging and reach as many communities as possible. Amid the ongoing opioid … more
I can’t say Halloween is my favorite holiday. Not that I have anything against it. I just like cooking, and a ghastly night of frights doesn’t require much baking or chefery. If … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: It’s an old political axiom: don’t help your opponent get a leg up in a campaign. That helps explain why CD1 Democrat Gabe Amo — who would have gone to the … more
Dedicated readers of my column, who I have no reason to believe exist, will know that this isn't’ the first time I’ve talked about disc golf. It’s been a hobby of mine for almost 5 … more
As the saying goes, all good things must come to an end. Such appears to finally be the case with New England’s most beloved and winningest team, the Patriots. Yes, after two decades of … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: Redlining is widely thought of as the practice that prevailed in a lot of American cities in the mid-20th century, imposing racial segregation and depriving worthy borrowers of the … more
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