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With a $10,000 grant from the Projects for Peace award, Sherzel Smith plans to help revitalize farms and provide health services to two villages in Ghana.
University of Richmond students participated WCGA’s Bellis Fest on Friday afternoon. This event is held annually on the Friday before Pig Roast.
Thirteen teams participated in the first Anchor Slam, which raised $350 for Service for Sight, the sorority’s national philanthropic group.
Students who feel unsafe walking across campus at night now have the option to be escorted to their destination by a student patrol team.
Senior Janelle Sadarananda and junior Mimi Hiebert are working together to conserve mummy Ti-Ameny-Net and its coffin, which will be displayed in North Court.
Richmond’s Campus Activity Board is in the process of scheduling events for the spring semester. Prominent events include a spring concert and a guest speaker.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Junot Díaz gave a variety of advice about literature, writing and life in general to his audience at the Jepson Alumni Center last Tuesday.
The University Dancers 28th annual spring performance, named Shifting Ground: New Voices in Dance, will be held March 1-3 and will include 9 original pieces.
While many still wore long, white dresses to this year’s Ring Dance, others elected to stray from the tradition in favor of self expression, lauded by WC dean.
The Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness is updating its outdoor adventure program by adding more weekend trips and local activities for students.