Golf's Iron Man
Dana Quigley ’69 holds the Champions Tour record for most consecutive events played.
At the Station
Peter Ginaitt ’83 was among the first responders to the nightclub fire, and he had the grim task that night of setting up an emergency triage center.
Diary of a Contraband
William Gould escaped slavery in September 1862 by rowing to a Union gunboat patrolling off the coast of Wilmington, N.C. His exploits are explored in a new book by his great-grandson, William Gould IV ’58.
Our Man at the Smithsonian
Overseeing the scientific enterprises of the Smithsonian may not be that different from teaching, but most universities don’t have a board of regents that includes the chief justice of the Supreme Court, the vice president of the United States, and nine ordinary citizens who, David Evans said, aren’t ordinary.
The URI Women’s Center
Profiles in Giving
Robert ’63 and Charlene Butler ’79 endow a scholarship for West Greenwich High graduates.
Class Acts Profiles
Selected alumni profiles.
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