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Six of the eight men’s tennis team members are freshmen. The team’s coach has relied on the upperclassmen to help the younger teammates succeed on and off the court.
This open forum is designed for students to discuss their experiences with sexual violence, or to listen to and support others. More than 200 students attended this year.
A newcomer to Bellis Fest, BARK brought dogs for students to pet and walk around. The festival was moved to the weekend after Pig Roast to avoid over-programming.
A sextet of musicians from Colombia are visiting Richmond and performing for two weeks. The group met Richmond students last fall in Colombia.
Richmond’s chapter of Young Americans for Liberty held a debate on the legalization of marijuana. The debaters, a URPD detective and two professors, argued in favor of legalization.
As RCSGA president, Groves wants to enhance the student voice on campus by adding a young alumnus to the board of trustees. “That is our hallmark initiative,” Groves said.
The Octaves sold out Booker Hall for their Spring Fever concert. They said goodbye to their four seniors with a knock-out performance.
Janet Jarman’s photojournalism highlights social issues, particularly in Mexico where she currently lives. Long-term projects set Jarman’s work apart in the modernized journalism profession.
SEEDS is the only student-led service-learning experience at Richmond. The organization’s mission is to combine community service with dialogue and an understanding of social justice.
The Bon Air Artists Association held an art show on campus Sunday, March 23. Thirty percent of the profits went to support the World Pediatric Project, which gives medical services to children in developing countries.