Ellis Iacono arrived at the University of Rhode Island with the goal of becoming a doctor, and like any curious scientist, he kept his mind open to experiences and discoveries that could broaden his perspective and sharpen his focus.Continue reading "Ellis Iacono ’18"
Trenton Anderson ’18
Trenton Anderson was a shy teenager in high school. He didn’t have many friends, and he spent a lot of time alone in his room making YouTube videos.Continue reading "Trenton Anderson ’18"
Chelsea Opong-Wadeer ’18
For a budding newspaper reporter, getting a first byline can be a thrill. Chelsea Opong-Wadeer was so excited she framed her debut and hung it on her bedroom wall.Continue reading "Chelsea Opong-Wadeer ’18"
URI Film/Media Student Film Clips #1
Clips from: Saudade, Dinner Out, and The Outside of Life.Continue reading "URI Film/Media Student Film Clips #1"
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.Continue reading "Nicole Lattarulo, Sports Producer and Reporter"
URI Film/Media Student Film Clips #3
Clips from: Coffee Run, Live It Up, and Pizza: The Delivery.Continue reading "URI Film/Media Student Film Clips #3"
URI Film/Media Student Film Clips #2
Clips from: Serenity, Two Strike Park, and Live It Up.Continue reading "URI Film/Media Student Film Clips #2"
Christiane Amanpour Recognized for Excellence
Christiane Amanpour, a URI alum and Chief International Correspondent with CNN, accepts the prestigious Burton Benjamin award with humility and grace. She begins by addressing his daughter with warmth, reverence and compassion, expressing her desire to do justice to the honorable memory of her father, Burton Benjamin.Continue reading "Christiane Amanpour Recognized for Excellence"
Harrington School Students Livin’ It Up
Our Students Live And Learn in World-Class Facilities And Travel The World As Part Of Their CurriculumContinue reading "Harrington School Students Livin’ It Up"