On stage - What happens to two minor players in "Hamlet," when they are off stage? The CCRI Players will present Tom Stoppard's answer when they stage "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead" at the Liston Campus in Providence. [Read more about the play.]
Faculty spotlight- Professor Wayne Suits is leading his chemical technology students in the development of PS 48, a material that has shown promise in reversing Alzheimer’s disease during its testing phase. [Read more about the project.]
Embracing opportunity- Barnabas Kawreh, who emigrated from Liberia, will study nursing at the University of Rhode Island this fall and simultaneously will pursue a bachelor’s degree in biblical studies at Colorado Christian University. [Read more about Barnabas Kawreh.]
Encouraging others to lead- In her time at CCRI, Alyson Perry has carved a role as a leader in the state’s young conservative political scene – in part through internships she connected with here – and encouraging other students to get involved. [Read more about Alyson Perry.]
Alumna shares story- "Keep on going because you can’t quit," advises Mai Donohue, who left war-torn Vietnam for the U.S., raised seven children and then earned an associate degree at CCRI and a bachelor's degree at URI. [Read more about her story]
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