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  • Students Launch First Salve TEDx Event
    March 27, 2017
    Stephanie Menders | Managing Editor Photos by Kitty Williams | Secretary Salve Regina hosted its first ever TEDx program Saturday, March 25th to a sold-out crowd in Distefano Lecture Hall. The program, attended by students, faculty, administration, and community members, included 11 guest speakers. TEDx programs use the format of
  • RA Profile: Tressie Fretschl
    March 27, 2017
    By Catherine Kierce | Associate Editor Tressie Fretschl is one of the newest faces to join Salve Regina’s Residence Life Staff as the RA of Garden Level Walgreen. Hailing from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Fretschl is in her junior year, and has established herself as an active member of Salve’s campus.
  • SAAC to Host Division III Week At Salve
    March 27, 2017
    Stephanie Menders | Managing Editor The Student Athletic Advisory Committee is sponsoring a weeklong schedule of events in recognition of Salve’s student athletes. Division III week is nationally celebrated by division III colleges, but this is the first year Salve will be participating. Events are slated to take place from
  • The Ups and Downs of Travel in Chile
    March 27, 2017
    By Hannah Lussier | Associate Editor Before I left my cozy hometown in Western Massachusetts to travel to Viña del Mar in Central Chile, I was congratulated by many a friend and family member for my “brave” choice to study abroad in Latin America. Many times I questioned the reason[Read
  • Salve ROTC Students Participate in Frozen Ram
    March 27, 2017
    By Henry Nickerson | Associate Editor On the weekend of February 24th, a Battalion consisting of Roger Williams University, Rhode Island University, and Salve Regina University contracted ROTC cadets drove to URI’s Alton Jones campus to participate in the fourth annual “Frozen Ram”. The exercise is meant to provide contracted ROTC
  • A Vegetarian’s Guide to Newport Restaurant Week
    March 26, 2017
    By Marrissa Ballard | Co-Editor-in-Chief  For college kids and island residents, Restaurant Week offers the rare chance to sample some of Newport’s finest cuisine at a fraction of the price. Participating restaurants usually offer three-course specials, meaning that you can try more food and feel fancy while doing it. However, as
  • Four Alternative Spots for Art Lovers in Berlin
    March 13, 2017
    By Jessi McNeill | Contributor  Any time I visit a new city, the first thing I do is go to Google and search for nearby art museums. As a fan of art, I find it imperative to explore the best art that city has to offer. While art museums are always[Read
  • Pub Confessions: I Love Mullies
    March 13, 2017
    By Claire Latsko | Associate Editor  In the month and a half I have spent abroad in Oxford, I have encountered beautiful architecture, artwork, accents, and food. None of those things compare, though, to what I think is an amazing discovery and my new favorite drink in the entire world: mulled[Read