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Two international students to testify at UN about their experiences as refugees from Syria, Nepal

Two Salve Regina international students who managed to escape civil wars in their native countries of Syria and Nepal to pursue their academic dreams in the United States have been invited to testify at the United Nations about their personal life experiences. Sinan Zeino of...

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Extensions Dance Company presents fall concert Nov. 12 at Casino Theatre

Extensions Dance Company, Salve Regina University’s select group of dancers under the direction of artistic director Lindsay Guarino, will present a fall concert on Thursday, Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. at the Casino Theatre, 9 Freebody St. The program will include is year’s program...

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Salve Regina, Bryant vocalists present free ‘Voices in Harmony’ concert Nov. 14 at Ochre Court

Student vocalists from both Salve Regina and Bryant universities will team up to make music together when they present “Voices in Harmony” for the 12th consecutive year at Ochre Court, 100 Ochre Point Ave., on Saturday, Nov. 14 at 8 p.m. The concert, free and open to the...

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Redwood Library honors David McCullough at Salve Regina

Author, historian, and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner David McCullough will be awarded the inaugural Abraham Redwood Medal for Contributions to American History and Culture and will give a talk about his new book, The Wright Brothers, when he speaks at Salve Regina in a...

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Dawson, Salve running back and ROTC cadet, to be honored at halftime ceremony

Running back James Dawson, a Salve Regina sophomore and ROTC cadet, will be officially sworn into military service during halftime of the Seahawks’ New England Football Conference game against Maine Maritime at Gaudet Field in Middletown on Saturday. Kick-off is at noon....

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Recent college grads affirm, praise, extol, et al. the value of their English majors

Several recent Salve Regina graduates with English degrees are returning to campus on Saturday to talk to current majors about the career paths their English degrees opened up for them when the university’s department of English and Communications hosts “Career Day” on...

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Salve sends 11 Nuala Pell Fellows to Washington, D.C. for leadership training

Eleven Salve Regina sophomores, all fellows of the Nuala Pell Leadership Development Program for 2015-2016, are spending three days in Washington, D.C. (Oct. 29-31) to meet with United States and international government officials, participate in meetings and engage in team-...

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Concert at chapel celebrates ‘The Light and Life of John La Farge’

Soprano Charlotte de Rothschild and pianist Adrian Farmer will perform a concert celebrating “The Light and Life of John La Farge through Music” during a special public performance on Saturday, Nov. 7 at 3 p.m. at Our Lady of Mercy Chapel on the campus of Salve Regina...

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UN staffers present public lecture commemorating organization’s 70th anniversary

As the United Nations celebrates its 70th anniversary this month, two UN staffers will speak on the global institution’s past accomplishments and future challenges during a public lecture at Salve Regina University. “The UN at 70: Taking Stock and Future Challenges” will be...

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Conference examines how Newport’s roots as global trade center defined America’s cultural and architectural development

As a key center of global trade, Newport occupied a principal place in the American landscape in the 17th and 18th centuries. Indeed, the social and economic relationships emanating from Newport spread out, linking Europeans, Africans, and Native Americans and shaping the...

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