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Rep. Eric Cantor, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and five other panelists discussed the accessibility of higher education in the US on campus last Friday.
Law School students Ed Simpson and Greg Collins organized an on-campus discussion about veterans returning to society and the challenges facing them.
The Rowdies will be implementing new school-wide traditions such as a wing-eating contest and new fight songs. Basketball season kicks off at 5 p.m. Nov. 8.
The Student Health Center offers flu vaccinations and other advice regarding flu prevention this season.
Organized by the Panhellenic and Inner Fraternity councils, the 15th annual TOTS will have activities from 36 organizations for local Richmond families.
Two first-year students started the club and are looking to recruit more members interested in trivia. They hope to start a trivia night at The Cellar.
Spiders for Terry encourages students to register to vote in Virginia and promotes the platform of gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe.
This year’s first speaker was Peter Guralnick, who discussed the life of an influential music producer and his role in society.
Started in 1989 by Paul Porterfield and Uliana Gabara, the series has become a well-known and popular event, exposing the community to international cultures.
Music majors can now choose a track that is specialized in performance, musicology or music theory. Faculty hope to develop closer mentoring relationships.