“I always say that studying journalism was the best decision I could’ve made. It teaches you how to act on curiosity, how to talk with anyone, and how to distill information and communicate.”Continue reading "Kate LeBlanc ’22"
“I grew up watching ABC World News… I liked the idea of being able to share information with people and help them learn and understand what’s going on in their world.”Continue reading "Ted Daniel ’96"
“Harrington is great because a lot of the majors interact with one another. You can be any major, and you’re doing similar things. It’s all part of one school.”Continue reading "Katie Siegle ’22"
“If it were up to me, I would have majored in all the programs. Everything crosses over. You don’t just use PR, journalism, writing, or film. It’s one school for a reason.”Continue reading "Theresa Brown ’21"
Professor Justin Wyatt discusses the success of summer blockbusters Barbie and Oppenheimer and what it means for Hollywood.Continue reading "Barbenheimer: A Hollywood comeback story"
Amanda Koskela ’23, journalism, moved to Michigan after graduating to anchor for WLUC/TV6 News. Learn more about her plans after graduation.Continue reading "Amanda Koskela ’23"
Aniekan Okon ’23, journalism and sports media and communication, plans to enter the news industry after graduation. Learn more about his plans.Continue reading "Aniekan Okon ’23"
In anticipation of his upcoming book surveying the history of American independent film, Associate Professor Justin Wyatt told us his top five must-see films.Continue reading "URI film professor picks five essential American indie films"
2022 Amanpour Lecture featuring award-winning international correspondent, Jane Ferguson
Thursday, October 20, 2022, 7:00pm [watch the video]
2022 Taricani Lecture Series featuring ProPublica investigative reporters Neil Bedi and Kathleen McGrory
Tuesday, April 5, 2022, 5pm [watch the video]