At the end of March, students participating in Alternative Spring Break traveled to Acadia National Park to create, plan and execute a service experience from the ground up.
Associate Professor Paolo Cardini leads a RISD symposium in Rome focused on non-Western, student-conceived visions of the future.
Moving beyond writing support, RISD’s Center for Arts & Language takes an inclusive approach to mentoring students.
During a winter residency at Wave Hill, Ashton Agbomenou 14 FAV began a series of portraits informed by fellow African Americans living in Harlem.
Graphic Design senior Kendra Xu 18 GD reflects on a Wintersession travel course that invited students to soak in the country’s vibrant culture and renowned craftwork.
With Toward Equitable Met Ticketing, a group of recent graduates are calling for the NYC museum to uphold its commitment to inclusion.
Film/Animation/Video major Tara Gupta 19 FAV creates an inspiring YouTube series called 100 Days to 0 Waste.
Eliza Squibb 13 TX designs “storytelling cloths” to communicate with West African women about the vital importance of vaccinations to fight cervical cancer .
RISD students and faculty grapple with real-world problems at Brown University’s Hack for Humanity.