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The lessons a torn ACL taught Abby Wollenberg

After a torn ACL this past fall ended RWU junior lacrosse player Abby Wollenberg’s season before it even started, Wollenberg has learned many lessons in her time off the field and on the sideline. In this piece, she details everything that she’s learned since then.

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The competitive spirit that made Kaelin Hogan a star

Once a three-sport athlete in high school that enrolled at Roger Williams University unrecruited, senior lacrosse star Kaelin Hogan has been a defining part of the lacrosse program’s sustained success. In this piece, Andrew wrote about how her competitive spirit and work ethic got her here and the lasting impact she’s made on and off the field.

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Highlander Charter School leads Rhode Island’s blended learning mission

By Andrew Wuebker | October 23, 2015 Within the walls of Highlander Charter School is a revolution that has spread like wildfire in schools across the country. Blended learning, the personal and collaborative initiative that pairs classroom instruction with the integration of technology, is aiming for students to absorb more information and be more engaged […]

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From Stars to Scrubs

By Andrew Wuebker | November 16, 2017 BRISTOL, R.I. — The far end of the Hawks’ bench has some new scrubs. And they’re making a heck of a lot of noise. Making the jump from high school to college is already a difficult transition for some students. For student-athletes who were the cream of the […]

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