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Center Nico Aronson '18 was recently named offensive lineman of the year by the Commonwealth Coast Conference, while running back James Dawson '18 earned the Hal Chalmers Award, which recognizes the league's top senior scholar-athlete. In addition, 14 players were named to the all-conference team.

Aronson, Dawson take home major conference awards for football


One could say that Berlin is a second home to sociology and anthropology major Jessi McNeill '18. Thanks to study abroad and internship experiences, the Connecticut native has spent more time in the German capital this year than she has on U.S. soil.

Beyond the classroom: Jessi McNeill '18


A yearlong children's book drive coordinated by nursing students in Sigma Theta Tau international honor society is supporting the Rhode Island Department of Corrections and its efforts to help strengthen the bond between incarcerated parents and their children through books.

Book drive helps nurture bond between incarcerated parents, their children



Salve Regina and Rhode Island native Ann Hood – the best-selling author of 14 novels, three memoirs and books for young adults – have teamed up to launch The Newport MFA, the state’s first low-residency Master of Fine Arts degree program in creative writing. 

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