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The Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity is about to complete its first year on campus on April 20.
Marielle Mahan presented a paper on the role and perception of women in literature in the Spanish Renaissance. She also won Outstanding LAIS major.
Speakers discussed the importance of service and entrepreneurship for young people. Richmond was chosen for its engaged student body.
The organic food movement was discussed as part of the Roosevelt Institute’s Documentaries in the Greek program. Students found the topic beneficial but the documentary lacking.
Student speakers for graduation ceremonies have extensive extra-curricular involvement. They are all Lavender graduates: seniors who identify as LGBTQ or allies.
After meeting the World Autism Awareness Day coordinator at the UN, Diamond was invited to speak. She presented on the therapy program she started in Palestine.
Chris Hamby won the Pulitzer Prize for his investigative report on lawyers and doctors who rigged a system to deny benefits to coal miners who have black lung disease.
The event will include a panel discussion of students among entrepreneurs and political leaders including Tim Kaine. Followed by a networking reception.
LAIS majors are required to present a 10-minute research paper in Spanish. Martín Bonadeo will lecture on new languages in contemporary Latin American art.
Twenty-four hours of data from airport wind censors will translate into four minutes of musical notes. A visiting professor is in charge of this project.