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The 2013-2014 One Book, One Campus title will be “The Laramie Project,” a play about an anti-gay hate crime and the social issues surrounding it.
Richmond students along with the ice hockey team and the Rowdies joined in on the new dance called the Harlem Shake, the ice hockey team’s video attracting more than 50,000 views
Alumna Mary Lansfield shares her opinion on four of this year’s controversies on campus, and urges students to voice their thoughts to the administration.
The change to the software will allow Boatwright to work with other libraries to find books faster and with better record keeping.
David Weinberger will be in the Jepson Alumni Center at 2 p.m. on Feb. 17 to speak about the expanding internet industry and how it will affect UR’s library.
Students can now register online for a private study room in Boatwright Memorial Library. Study room reservations can be made up to one week in advance.
The Technology Learning Center offers one-on-one consulting with student experts, access to software programs like Photoshop and iMovie, and free three-day technology equipment rentals.
The renovations cost $2.5 million and took four months to complete, architect intern Robert Shepard said.
Boatwright Memorial Library is currently undergoing some renovations. Library officials say the attempt is to separate quiet and group study areas better.
Joanita Senogg, a night associate in the Boatwright Memorial Library, is hoping to raise $250,000 to rebuild and expand the Ugandan school she founded in 1994.