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A sub-chapter of Guiding Eyes for the Blind, a guide dog training school, has been established on campus, and members will be raising two puppies this fall.
The Children’s Health SSIR is bringing dance lessons to campus to fundraise for an organization that brings ballroom dancing to elementary schools.
Victims of sexual assault, as well as other students and faculty, will gather to tell their stories at Take Back the Night on Tuesday, April 9 in the Forum.
Friends, family and Off the Cuff alumni came to support OTC’s tenth year anniversary at the a cappella group’s decade concert.
The Wellness Education Bandits hosted the event, which included educational, yet fun, activities that teach students to be safer and healthier around campus.
Richmond’s student-run literary magazine, set to come out April 8, includes 128 pages of creative writing and art submissions from undergraduates this year.
Ten students participated in a Bonner program over break that exposed them to Richmond’s educational system and allowed them to form plans for positive change.
Alan DeLorenzo, who worked in the chemistry department last year, lost 110 pounds with the help of the Weinstein Center’s Working on Wellness program.
Funding for the PPEL program by the Koch Foundation has caused controversy over whether the business relationship will influence academic freedom of thought.
The University Dancers performed their annual show this weekend. The company put hard work into the dances and is proud of how the performances went.