News from Around the Web for June 18, 19 and 20, 2012:
- The Narragansett Times, “SKHS top two graduates discuss their futures.” Maria Shanahan interviews valedictorian Erin McAlice and salutatorian Richard Wu.
- The Providence Journal, “If a man is only as good as his word…” Jim Donaldson pens a column criticizing Billy Baron for his decision to transfer from the URI men’s basketball team. In another article, GoLocalProv speculates on where he’s going to next. Click here for The Journal’s original article on his transferring.
- Rhode Island Catholic, “Prout grads leave indelible mark on the community.” An article from Brian J. Lowney on Prout’s graduation ceremony.
- Bloomberg, “Annual corporate reports weren’t always dull propaganda.” URI professor Maury Klein talks about the evolution of corporate reports.
- The Huffington Post, “Giving up on a masterpiece.” URI graduate Anthony Amore talks about the search for a missing painting.
- The Network: Cisco’s Technology News Site, “Cisco’s Pascale Delaunay: London Calling.” URI graduate Delaunay is a systems engineer by day and an Olympic hopeful by night.
- ecoRI News, “Gold nominated to run state energy office.” The director of the URI Outreach and Energy Center, Marion Gold, is nominated to to run the state energy office. (Obviously.)
- Basking Ridge Patch, “New Somerset Hills director coming from Sussex Y.” David M. Carcieri, a URI graduate, is taking over the Somerset Hills YMCA.
- Yankee Magazine, “14. Narragansett, Rhode Island.” Narragansett is the 14th best beach town in New England, according to Yankee Magazine. Newport was No. 4, and Watch Hill was No. 10.
- Doylestown-Buckingham-New Britain Patch, “Gunman surrenders after 10-hour armed standoff in Doylestown.” The most popular Patch article from June 18 and June 19.
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