campus news
16
May

An afternoon with Lexy Parsons, incoming SGA president

Campus Herald: Where are you from? Lexy Parsons: I was born in California, then shortly after moved to Kansas, Florida

28
Apr

University holds groundbreaking ceremony for new academic building

On Wednesday, April 22, Johnson & Wales held a ceremony to break ground for what will be a new academic

14
Mar

Second protest takes place at Gourmet Heaven over unresolved issues

Read about events leading up to this protest in our first two articles here and here. On Wednesday, Feb. 18,

04
Mar

SGA’s Paws to De-stress draws crowd

On Tuesday, Feb. 24, JWU Providence’s Student Government Association put on the Paws to De-stress event. From 1 to 3

04
Mar

Commuters drawn to Den between finals

During finals week, students who live on campus can swipe for a snack or head back to their dorm to

26
Feb

BRIDGE Center hosts discussion on institutional racism

What is regulated injustice? Do we live in a society that systematically supports racial bias? In the first session in

06
Feb

JWU S.A.S.S. holds first meeting, plans for ‘RecycleMania’ and Earth Day

JWU Student Activists Supporting Sustainability (S.A.S.S.) held their first meeting on Friday, Jan. 30, in the CBCSI Collaborative Workspace. Co-presidents

06
Feb

UIB’s Annual SnoBall: The Great Gatsby Affair

With most of the ladies sporting flapper dresses and beaded headbands, and many of the men rocking the suspenders and

15
Jan

Room and Board costs to become separate in Fall 2015

Fall 2015 will mark a significant change for room and board charges—the two will be separated. Students living in any

15
Jan

Inauguration: Elorza’s ‘New Providence’ and Raimondo’s ‘RI Comeback’

Rhode Island celebrated the inauguration of newly elected public officials, Jorge Elorza on Jan. 5 as the 38th Mayor of