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A sub-chapter of Guiding Eyes for the Blind, a guide dog training school, has been established on campus, and members will be raising two puppies this fall.
Most Richmond students live on campus during their four years, so the university is trying to provide facilities that make involvement in campus life more attractive.
Next fall Richmond students will have the opportunity to keep a puppy in their University Forest Apartments if they sign up to train it to be a seeing-eye dog.
Opinion Editor Abby Kloppenburg explains the pains of hosting an apartment party, and tells you how to not get decapitated by your host this weekend.
Alexis Achey’s service dog, Winston, helps her manage her diabetes by smelling her blood sugar levels. He alerts her by barking, jumping or even hiccuping.
The University of Richmond renovated three blocks of the University Forest apartments. Changes include a downstairs bathroom and more open dining area.
University Architect Andrew Mcbride introduces a partially new and partially renovated section of the University tentatively called “south campus” to students.
Around 8:15 Tues night, the suspect at whom campus police fired two shots at Tues morning turned himself in to a Henrico jail following a day-long search.
Mold has formed in some bathrooms and dormitories around campus this year, causing concern among some students. Cases are referred to facilities before being cleaned.
The resignation of a resident-assistant in the UFAs forced her three apartmentmates to be evicted from the apartment earlier this month.