News - Salve Regina University

Madrigals serve up meal, entertainment at Cabaret Dinner on Feb. 20

The public is invited to an evening of fine dining and entertainment when Salve Regina’s department of music, theatre and dance will host its 17th annual Cabaret Dinner on Friday, Feb. 20 in Ochre Court. The evening begins at 7 p.m. in the state dining room of Ochre Court,...

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French professor Dean de la Motte leads public discussion on Paris terror attacks

Dean de la Motte, Salve Regina University professor of French and comparative literature who returned from a stay of six months in France on the eve of the recent terror attacks in Paris, will share his thoughts with the university community and the public when he presents “...

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Salve Regina hosts 2015 RISCA Fellowship Exhibit Feb. 13-March 6

The works of 25 artists who have been recognized by the state for their excellence will be on exhibit when the 2015 Rhode Island State Council on the Arts Fellowship Exhibition opens on Friday, Feb. 13 at Dorrance H. Hamilton Gallery on the campus of Salve Regina University....

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‘Beast on the Moon’ playwright Richard Kalinoski to attend opening night performance, accept humanitarian award

Richard Kalinoski, “Beast on the Moon” playwright, will be presented with the inaugural Humanities Award by Project SAVE Armenian Photograph Archives during the opening evening performance of his play at Salve Regina University on Thursday, Feb. 12. Kalinoski will also...

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Salve Regina hosts free sports clinic for girls in grades 2-6 on Friday, Feb. 6

The community is invited to bring their daughters to the Rodgers Recreation Center on Friday, Feb. 6 for the Salve Regina University’s seventh annual free multi-sport clinic for girls in grades 2-6, which is being held in celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports Day...

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Community leaders invited to participate in active shooter training at Salve Regina on March 9-10

Leaders of schools, universities, businesses, hospitals and places of worship are encouraged to participate in a two-day instructor’s course designed to teach proactive survival strategies in the event of violent intruder or active shooter incidents. Hosted by Salve Regina’s...

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2013 doctoral recipient James Menzies authors book on the veracity of Christianity

Rhode Island native James Menzies, a 2013 doctoral degree recipient from Salve Regina who has served for close to 30 years as pastor of Perryville Bible Church in Wakefield, has written a book exploring the veracity of Christianity. In “True Myth: C. S. Lewis and Joseph...

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Salve Regina partners with IYRS to offer bachelor of science degree in traditional building arts

In a city defined by its rich history in boats and buildings, Salve Regina University, in partnership with IYRS School of Technology & Trade, will begin offering a traditional building arts degree track as part of its cultural and historic preservation program. Beginning...

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Steven Horwitz presents public Atwood Lecture on ‘The Great Recession’

Steven Horwitz, Charles A. Dana Professor of Economics and department chairman at St. Lawrence University, will present a public lecture, “The Great Recession: A Failure of Government, Not Markets” on Thursday, Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. at Salve Regina University. Free and open to...

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Public auditions held Jan. 23-24 for spring production of ‘Urinetown – The Musical’

Salve Regina’s Department of Music, Theatre and Dance will hold open auditions for its upcoming production of “Urinetown – The Musical” on Friday, Jan. 23 at 6 p.m. and Saturday Jan. 24 at noon in the Megley Black Box theater located in the Antone Academic Center on Lawrence...

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