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In addition to selling books back to the bookstore, students have another option in Belltower Books, which has student representatives who buy back books.
Myra Daleng, creator of the University Dancers and the dance major, retires after 35 years of countless contributions to the dance program and her students.
The Lavender Graduation ceremony recognized 19 LGBTQ students and allies. There were two keynote speakers, awards and participation from all five schools.
Amy O’Neill Richard works to stop human trafficking with the State Department. Ayers, at the recommendation of the Provost, invites the commencement speaker.
Uliana Gabara greatly contributed to the international education department during her 26 years at the university, and hopes it will continue to grow.
Richmond’s downtown space has increased in popularity since the Richmond on Broad Café opened. It is now accessible with an improved campus shuttle system.
Spider fans can be awarded points for daily Facebook and Twitter posts that promote Richmond’s athletic program and use those points to redeem prizes.
The Octaves hope to put themselves in the spotlight with the diverse genres, voices and rap talent featured on their recently released album, “Ricochet.”
Students from the Sophomore Scholars in Residence programs were able to share their research and projects with people outside their living communities.
Intramural sports sign-ups, schedules and statistics at Richmond will be accessible online to students in the fall, making the games more popular, staff says.