Updated May 27 at 7:27pm

A public investment matures

Financed largely by a voter-approved $65 million bond in 2006, the University of Rhode Island opened the new home for the College of Pharmacy last week. Among those in attendance were URI President David M. Dooley (with scissors), and former URI president, Robert L. Carothers, standing behind U.S. Rep. James R. Langevin. More

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A public investment matures

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Financed largely by a voter-approved $65 million bond in 2006, the University of Rhode Island opened the new home for the College of Pharmacy last week. Among those in attendance were URI President David M. Dooley (with scissors), and former URI president, Robert L. Carothers, standing behind U.S. Rep. James R. Langevin.

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