Actor and humanitarian Danny Glover offers the final word in RISD’s 2015 MLK Series with a keynote address on effecting social change through the arts.
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Senior Chloé Bulpin 15 IL stashes packages of water bugs, silkworms, crickets – even armored scorpions – in her freezer when hosting dinners to normalize eating insects.
Approximately 160 RISD students volunteered for this year’s MLK Day of Service, engaging a peppy group
of diverse elementary school children in games, craft projects and
Actor and humanitarian Danny Glover tops off this year’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Series with a visit to RISD on January 28.
Two new Foundation Studies students build on the creative boost they got through RISD’s Project Open Door program.
Now in her final year at RISD, Architecture major Ashley Kochiss BArch 15 hopes to go on to combine her lifelong love of art, culture, education and public policy.
The GAIA Vaccine Foundation wins a $100,000 grant that will help Eliza Squibb 13 TX and her colleagues educate African women about crucial healthcare concerns.
To promote dialogue, Nicole Buchanan 15 PH is creating a photographic series on students of color at RISD.
Barbara Wong MA 95, executive director of ¡CityArts!, explains how Providence’s nationally recognized afterschool arts program builds bridges for kids.
Students and faculty collaborate to brainstorm new tools and techniques for battling the epidemic in West Africa.
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