PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) -- Roger Williams University will light up WaterFire this Saturday, celebrating the Roger Williams University School of Law's 20 years of success. The full details for Saturday’s event are now available.
Roger Williams University and the School of Law have demonstrated a commitment to the state and its prosperity.
The school has teamed up with the Community Partnerships Center and the School of Continuing Studies to promote achievable, practical solutions to problems that plague our communities.
Donald Farish, President of Roger Williams University, expresses his excitement about partaking in the event and celebrating the work of RWU with the community.
“We are thrilled to partner with WaterFire and share the RWU story with all of this season’s attendees,” he said.
To commemorate these achievements a special ceremony will be held Saturday. Roger Williams University and School of Law will light a 100-ring torch of fire during the lighting ceremony.
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