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The Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity is about to complete its first year on campus on April 20.
Participating restaurants will provide patrons with a pre-set, three-course meal for $25.14. FeedMore will receive $2.14 from every meal that is purchased.
Check out live in-game updates as Richmond concludes its spring season with its annual spring game in Robins Stadium.
The performers will have their backs to the fountain in a circular shape so that audience members will have to move around the circle during the concert.
Marielle Mahan presented a paper on the role and perception of women in literature in the Spanish Renaissance. She also won Outstanding LAIS major.
Players refuse to report their concussions in order to escape being sent to the sideline, and continue pursuing a professional career.
A Palestinian student shares how discrimination affected his ability to make and keep friends. He hopes to use his voice to advocate for peace.
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.