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Thirty-nine Salve Regina students, representing nearly every major and minor at the University, are spending the spring 2018 semester studying abroad at program locations spanning four continents and 11 countries.

Nearly 40 students spending spring semester away on four continents

Salve music majors are building on their coursework by volunteering with the Newport County Youth Chorus, which will present its inaugural concert Saturday, Jan. 20. Elizabeth Getts '18, Nicole Horsman '18 and Zoe Michalopoulos '19 are working with the chorus as mentors and assistants to the director.

Salve Regina students volunteering with Newport County Youth Chorus

The men's ice hockey team has been ranked 10th in the nation in the latest U.S. College Hockey Online poll and 11th by D3Hockey.com. Both rankings are the highest the program has ever received from either outlet.

Seahawks ranked in national polls

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Salve Regina University celebrated MLK Day in 2018 with a variety of events in honor of the late Civil Rights activist. Two key aspects of Dr. King's life were reflected through a day of service dedicated in his honor, and a series of faculty/student led conversations about Dr. King's legacy and how his life still affects us today.

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