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The interests of Salve Regina students are wide-ranging and diverse. On Wednesday, March 21, more than 400 of the University’s undergraduates will showcase their curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular involvements during the annual SRyou Student Exposition.

Annual SRyou exposition showcases students’ work, experiences

Dr. Michael Thombs, associate professor in the Department of Business Studies and Economics, was recently named volunteer of the year by Looking Upwards, the Middletown agency supporting adults with disabilities and children with special health care needs.

Thombs named volunteer of the year by Looking Upwards

Gabby Rivera, author and Marvel comic writer, will discuss “Inspiring Radical Creativity: Empowering Young, Diverse Voices to Tell Their Own Stories” when she visits Salve Tuesday, March 20. Her appearance is sponsored by the Mosaic student newspaper.

Marvel comic writer’s talk to focus on inspiring radical creativity


Tying in with their year-long theme of compassion, students in Salve Regina's Learning Unlimited program participated in a "peace flag" project with their community partners as part of Multicultural Education Week activities.

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