Over this semester, I've learned so much about recording and editing video, along with other elements that go into a multimedia package. On top of that, I got to explore so many different stories from so many diverse sources. I pushed past my limits and my comfort zone and take pride in all I have... Continue Reading →
BRISTOL, R.I. -- Each year, one in five adults face mental illness in the United States according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Even with such a significant chunk in the population, people still are stigmatized for their illness and feel alone in what they go through. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/KRt8O4cbpps BRISTOL, R.I. __ The Bayside 400s currently under construction is envisioned to be ready for selection come February for next semester. "We actually started the foundation to the building itself today," said Tony Montefusco, Director of Residence Life and Housing on Nov. 30, 2017. "We're very excited about that because we want to try... Continue Reading →
BRISTOL, R.I. __ Tension between the police force and communities of color have been at a high with Black Americans being four times as likely to have a violent encounter with an officer according to The Associated Press NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. According to state provided data on arrests in Providence, Rhode Island,... Continue Reading →
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BRISTOL, R.I. -- The dictionary defines cultural appropriation as "the act of taking or using things from a culture that is not your own, especially without showing that you understand or respect this culture." This trend becomes especially common during Halloween. According to the National Retail Federation, round 72 percent of the population that planned... Continue Reading →
This Tuesday, a video article will be posted on the topic of cultural appropriation during Halloween.
BRISTOL, R.I. __ Toward the end of August, controversy spread over the taking down of monuments of Confederate generals and soldiers. A Charlottesville rally broke out and during the days that followed various towns took down their own Confederate Monuments overnight out of fear of violence. As part of the school's Social Justice Month, Roger... Continue Reading →