Nicole Lattarulo, Sports Producer and Reporter-Nicole E. Lattarulo is a sports producer, anchor, and reporter for the Good Five Cent Cigar News, and a Harrington School student majoring in Journalism and minoring in Communication Studies.
She rules the airwaves-In the high-octane world of talk radio, loud is good, obnoxious is better and ratings rule. Tara Granahan, a URI journalism alum, has outlasted the male competition by pulling in the numbers, getting the story and being pleasant.
Ellen DeGeneres Show and LA-Harrington School majors have the opportunity for a trip of a lifetime and the chance to go behind the scenes of a popular daytime talk show.
URI professors explore new ways to teach writing-Writing professors at the University of Rhode Island are rethinking how they teach some first-year composition classes to give students an opportunity to write in new ways that incorporate technology, personal experience and public awareness.
Aria Mia Loberti-At 11 years old, Aria Mia Loberti decided she would give a TED talk one day. That may seem like an unusual wish for such a young girl, but Loberti has never been ordinary.
Woody Harrelson Charms URI Students at Film Screening-The actor Woody Harrelson had plenty to say about his new film, “Lost in London,” during a screening at the University of Rhode Island recently, but he was mum on his latest venture: a role in the new Star Wars movie.
Hillary Brady ’12-To call Camp Runamuck — the homeless community that sprang up under Providence's Crawford Street Bridge in 2009 — a tent city? That was to give it airs. It was a hovel. Garbage in want of a bulldozer.
Award-winning Israeli filmmakers to screen films at URI, Oct. 23-Israeli filmmakers Tamar Kay and Or Sinai will screen their award-winning short films followed by a Q&A and reception on Monday, Oct. 23 from 4-6 p.m. The event will take place in the Swan Hall Doody Auditorium, 60 Upper College Road in Kingston and is free and open to the public.
Amma Marfo ’07-Comic greats like Steve Martin, Garry Shandling and Nora Ephron will tell you all of life is material. Even the bits that seem anything but. Amma Marfo ’07 understands this.