The women's cross country team placed second at the Commonwealth Coast Conference championships Oct. 31. Amy Irving '17 (pictured) came in second and set a school record at 6K. Photo by Jen McGuinness.

Fall Sports Review


Argentina: Past and Present

Summer Study Abroad Programs

Jordan Thuman's "Loner," located in Miley Mart/Starbucks. 

Site-Specific Installations

Tyler Torelli '17 and Madeline Guerra '15 work together to pick up trash along the two-mile marker of Newport’s Cliff Walk as part of their Earth Day volunteer service.

Earth Day 2015

The winning photo, taken by Caroline Kelley '18.

Report From Newport Cover Contest

Abby Tepper '16 helps Sopia and Noah dig for fossils.

March Into Reading 2015

Laura Anne Dinan '15 charges down the court during a 77-67 win over Endicott College Jan. 6. The Seahawks wrapped up their 2014-2015 campaign with a 12-14 record, losing to Curry College 54-49 in the Commonwealth Coast Conference tournament quarterfinals.

Winter Sports Review

February: Salve Regina's production of "Antigone" allowed audiences to appreciate the ancient Greeks in all their historically accurate (and colorful) glory.

2014: The Year in Review

Men's soccer

Men's soccer advanced to the Commonwealth Coast Conference quarterfinals before losing to Endicott College on penalty kicks, ending their season with a 7-9-2 record. With a 3.98 GPA, Jake Weinshank '15 was named the conference's senior scholar athlete.

Fall Sports Review