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Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ is Oct. 23-26 at Casino Theatre

Salve Regina’s Department of Music, Theatre and Dance will present Oscar Wilde’s last and most famous play, “The Importance of Being Earnest,” on Thursday through Sunday, Oct. 23-26 at the Casino Theatre, 9 Freebody St. Performances will be given at 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday...


Day One staff, dean’s office conducts campus sexual assault forum

Staff members from Day One, the sexual assault and trauma resource center in Providence, will conduct an informational forum on campus-based sexual assault when they visit Salve Regina on Friday, Oct. 17. The forum, free and open to the public, will be held from 7-9 p.m. in...


100 years later, First World War consequences still playing out in Europe, Middle East

A panel of Salve Regina historians will discuss the legacy of the First World War, examining how its consequences are still playing out across Eastern Europe and the Middle East 100 years later, including in Iraq and Syria, “The First World War at 100: Understanding the Cost...


Edelstein’s essay to be featured on RIPR’s ‘This I Believe’ series

An essay written by Myra Edelstein, associate professor of business studies and economics, will be featured on Rhode Island Public Radio’s “This I Believe” series scheduled to air on Wednesday, Oct. 1. Edelstein’s 400-word essay pays homage to her parents and the intriguing...


Tenor Eric Bronner featured in Sept. 28 recital in Ochre Court

Eric Bronner, adjunct instructor of voice at Salve Regina, will perform “Night Life Around the World” on Sunday, Sept. 28. The recital, free and open to the public, will begin at 7 p.m. in the state dining room of Ochre Court. Bronner, a tenor, will join with baritone Vaughn...


Faculty exhibition opens Sept. 25 at Dorrance Hamilton Gallery

The work of nine Salve Regina faculty in the areas of photography, painting, ceramics, graphic design, sculpture, art history and mixed-media will be on exhibit when “Faculty Triennial Exhibition” opens on Thursday, Sept. 25 at Dorrance H. Hamilton Gallery. An opening...


Salve student dancers to perform in sunken garden outside Wakehurst

In the first of its kind for Salve Regina’s dance program, Extensions Dance Company will take its performances outside when “In the Garden” is presented today and Friday on campus grounds. The site-specific pieces have been choreographed by Salve senior Amanda Morton and will...


Robotics students will review instruments for egg drop challenge

Students enrolled in the university symposium, “Robotics: The Professional Considerations of Global Business,” tomorrow morning will review conceptual drawings of the passive robotic devices they intend to build for a unique “egg drop” challenge next week. The poster board...


McClanaghan, recently published in The New Yorker, will read from her book of poems, ‘River Legs’ on Sept. 25

Jen McClanaghan, assistant professor of English and writer in residence at Salve Regina, will host a public reading from her new book “River Legs,” a collection of poems that is garnering rave reviews and is currently a finalist for the National Poetry Series and The Dorset...


Researcher probes the meaning of sex in Sept. 18 lecture about college’s ‘hookup culture’

Where else but in college can young adults learn so much, meet so many people and have so much fun? “Hookup sex” is a big part of this culture, nationwide, but while it’s supposed to come with no strings attached, this form of frequent, casual sex can create an enormous...