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Opinion Assistant Ben Panko explains why gender and sex inequality is still alive and well at Richmond 50 years after the publication “The Feminine Mystique.”
The schedule for the university’s sorority recruitment changed this year, giving potential members more time off from recruitment during the week than in the past.
The sorority cottages at UR opened this weekend after hopes of their construction had been mounting since 1989, when sororities were first chartered on campus.
The University of Richmond spent more than $14 million this summer on various renovation projects including library improvements and a new café at UR Downtown.
With construction on the sorority cottages behind South Court almost done, each sorority is starting to think about how it is going to use them.