By Marrissa Ballard | Staff Writer Jay Sullivan, a lawyer who spent two years in Jamaica working with a group of orphan boys, will give a talk on Tuesday March 17th about his experiences and the book he wrote, Raising Gentle Men: Lives at the Orphanage Edge. Sullivan spent two[Read More…]
By Marrissa Ballard | Staff Writer In the last year, sexual assault has become a huge issue in society, from small communities to larger government policies. Places like Day One, Rhode Island’s sexual assault and trauma resource center, are working to educate and support communities dealing with these issues. Kristy[Read More…]
Photo Credit: Victoria Della Salla By Ellena Sweet | Campus News Editor After a relatively mild start to winter, Juno swept through Newport just in time for Salve’s spring semester. In light of the weather related cancellations and delays experienced since then, many students are wondering if there will[Read More…]
Prejudice against the Islam religion is currently at its peak within the United States. Hate crimes and violence against Muslims have been committed across the country – even in our own Rhode Island.
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By Cassidy Rota | Staff Writer Tucked away on Marlborough Street in Newport, R.I. is Mission, a low-key burger joint with a serious affinity for taste. Mission recently celebrated its one-year anniversary and it’s obvious they’re doing something right. While anyone can own a burger joint, there’s something different[Read More…]