• Students invited to join Learning Unlimited program

    Looking for an opportunity to make a difference and/or complete your required community service hours? Consider joining Learning Unlimited, an educational program that promotes an inclusive learning community at Salve Regina.

  • Fresh Check Day encourages dialogue about mental health

    Fresh Check Day, an uplifting mental health promotion and suicide prevention event, will be hosted at Salve on Thursday, Sept. 20. Interactive expo booths, peer-to-peer messaging, refreshments, entertainment and giveaways will be available from 1-4 p.m.

  • Three student-athletes earn conference honors

    Three members of the football and women’s cross country teams recently received honors from the Commonwealth Coast Conference.

  • Mercy Week celebrates University’s heritage

    Students, faculty and staff are invited to celebrate the mercy heritage at Salve Regina during the annual Mercy Week. The week will feature a celebration in the Miley cafeteria along with discussions on the critical concerns of mercy.

NEWS

Mercy Week celebrates University’s heritage

Students, faculty and staff are invited to celebrate the mercy heritage at Salve Regina during the annual Mercy Week. The week will feature a celebration in the Miley cafeteria along with discussions on the critical concerns of mercy.

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STUDENT LIFE

Students invited to join Learning Unlimited program

Looking for an opportunity to make a difference and/or complete your required community service hours? Consider joining Learning Unlimited, an educational program that promotes an inclusive learning community at Salve Regina.

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FACULTY/STAFF

Quinn to discuss the Irish in Civil War-era Newport

Dr. John Quinn, professor in the Department of History, will discuss “Divided Loyalties: The Irish in Civil War Newport” as part of the McKillop Library’s faculty lecture series. The talk will be held at 4 p.m. Monday, Sept. 17 in the library’s atrium.

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ATHLETICS

Three student-athletes earn conference honors

Three members of the football and women’s cross country teams recently received honors from the Commonwealth Coast Conference.

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