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Raymond Ottiano, 9, plays Minecraft at the iD Tech Camp recently. "I would like to build games where you can do anything," he said.

Tech camp in Bristol is all fun and game design

Tech camp in Bristol is all fun and game design

BRISTOL — He may be the son of a Rhode Island legislator, but 9-year-old Raymond Ottiano didn’t mention politics when asked about his future ambitions. Raymond wants to be a video game designer. “I would like to build games where you can do anything — sort of like ‘Minecraft’ with all 3-D shapes,” said Raymond, the

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RWU Visual Arts Senior Show

Graduating visual arts majors will display their creative works in textile sculpture, animation, photography, sound performance and video art in a professional exhibition in the gallery of the Architecture building. The show is open to the public. Where: Roger Williams University, Architecture Exhibition Gallery, One Old Ferry Road When: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily,

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‘Link for the Missing Link’ in Bristol

This original movement theatre piecepart of the RWU Dance Basement Performance Series, explores the dramatic and humorous effects of media on society. Recent graduates Michelle Birmingham, Ali Burke, and Leanne Smith perform with music composed and performed by Michael DeQuattro, and directed by Gary Shore. WHERE: RWU Performing Arts Center, 1 Old Ferry Road, Bristol


Roger Williams University’s Intercultural Center hosts annual Global Fest

Celebrate cultural diversity and experience cultures from over 20 countries represented by RWU students, who will share stories and traditional cultural activities at the Intercultural Center’s annual Global Fest event. From noon-1 p.m. enjoy a performance by Caribbean steel drum band Jason Roseman & Tropical Gems; from 1-2 p.m., Boston-based group Sinha Capoeira will give

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Student-driven car crashes in front of Roger Williams University president’s house

A car with three Roger Williams University students inside hit two trees and a one-way sign and spun to rest near the front lawn of the university president’s house late Thursday night. Though the car was mangled, none of the three males was seriously injured and all refused treatment from Bristol paramedics. According to Bristol