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  • Pell Center Continues Pell Family Legacy of Honoring RI Students for Excellence in U.S. History

    NEWPORT, R.I. — The Pell Center at Salve Regina University today announced it would administer the Herbert Pell and Claiborne Pell Medal for U.S. History. Established by the Pell family, the Pell Medal is named for Representative Herbert C. Pell and his son, Senator Claiborne Pell.  It is a testament to their belief that understanding American history is essential to leadership.  Accordingly, the medal is awarded annually to one student … Read More

  • Upcoming Lecture | An Evening with Sonia Nazario

    On Monday, April 13th, the Pell Center at Salve Regina University is hosting Pulitzer-Prize winning author and journalist Sonia Nazario in partnership with The Mosaic Student Newspaper and the Office of Mission Integration. Nazario‘s work focuses on issues of immigration and human rights. Her book, Enrique’s Journey, follows a Honduran boy on an odyssey that takes him away from his home country in search of his mother, and a better life, … Read More

  • War and Peace: Iran and Eastern Europe

    Barack Obama ran for president in 2008 on the promise that he would end America’s wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and change the tone of American foreign policy.  He was motivated by a belief that Iraq was misguided and that the country was weary of war.  In addition, many Americans believed that the perception of American belligerence in the aftermath of September 11, 2001, contributed to insecurity around the world.  … Read More

  • Why the Clinton Email Case Matters

    As you may have heard in the news recently, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did not use an official US government email with a .gov address during her entire tenure as Secretary, and instead exclusively used a ClintonEmail.com personal address for all State Department-related correspondence. Reports suggest that her email account was hosted on a server that was not physically under government control and instead was located at her … Read More