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This spring, the biannual Global Sounds Concert will be held around the fountain on the Westhampton Green with the hope of breaking traditional formal concert boundaries, said Andrew McGraw, director for the concert.
The Global Sounds Concert will be at 3 p.m.
For most University of Richmond students the last month of class is a time for tests, stress, papers and daydreams of Myrtle Beach.
The Sirens, University of Richmond's all-female a cappella group, will be performing their 20th Anniversary Spring Concert this Saturday.
Rainbow Station, a Henrico-based company, is looking to hire University of Richmond graduates to fill teaching positions in China as part of its international expansion.
After opening its first preschool in Shenzhen, China last January, the company plans to establish 110 educational facilities in China over the next five years.
According to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Rainbow Station will provide small classes that feature a curriculum based around teaching Franklin Covey's "The Leader in Me" program for children.
The company operates four locations in the Richmond area at Wyndham, Three Chopt, The Boulders and Hanover Medical Park.
"We are interested in recent college graduates who have teaching experience or an interest in early education to go on a great adventure in China for a few years," said Rick Sample, Rainbow Station International president, "and that's why we are interested in UR and schools nearby."
According to Rainbow Station's website, its vision is to be the standard of excellence in early education, school-age recreation and mildly ill care.
Piggly Wiggly, the first-ever self-service grocery store, was founded in 1916 and completely revolutionized how people bought groceries.
An attendant no longer got all of the necessary items for someone.
The offices of Common Ground, Counseling and Psychological Services and the Chaplaincy sponsored a discussion called "Sexuality & Spirituality: Student Stories of Faith & Struggle" March 31 in Adams Auditorium.
A panel of four students from various Christian traditions shared personal experiences about the differing relationships between their religious beliefs and human sexuality.
Robert Agaba, who will graduate from University of Richmond this May with a degree in international studies, describes himself as a "gregarious, talkative guy." Other students have said they enjoyed his endearing stories about his wife and 7-month-old daughter.
But underneath Agaba's cheerful outlook are personal memories of a genocide that shook the world just two decades ago.
He doesn't always star in promotional videos for the Octaves' Spring Fever a cappella concert, but when he does, senior Bennie DeSalvo is dubbed by his fellow group members as the most interesting Octave in the world.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of Spring Fever on March 28, the Octaves titled their concert "Dos Equis," and opened their set with a video of their search for a high-caliber addition to the group.
The characters in the video found that addition in DeSalvo, but his impact on the Octaves ranged beyond a video made in jest.
"Bennie is a leader on stage," Oliver Lee, sophomore Octave, said.
Mama J's Kitchen is a small, soul food restaurant in downtown Richmond. There is always a wait and all of the reviews rave about the amazing food and that the best way to have everything is fried.
One of my friends was visiting from Michigan for the weekend, and I wanted to show her an authentic soul food restaurant, so Mama J's was an obvious choice.
The Students Engaging and Enacting a Dialogue on Service Project is a student-run organization at University of Richmond that works with marginalized communities to examine the complexities of American society in order to encourage a deeper understanding of the role of service both locally and nationally, according to its website.
Each year, the SEEDS Project makes two service trips during Spring Break.
The Bon Air Artists Association collaborated with and supported the cause of the World Pediatric Project in the Artful Healing show at the Jepson Alumni Center on March 23.
Joyce Satterwhite, a member of the Bon Air Artists Association, said about a thousand people attended, counting those who came to the reception the night before and those who came to the event Sunday, which was open to the public.
"It went very well," Satterwhite said.
Eight-Fifteen at Boatwright will be providing more expresso than normal next year.
That's right, expresso.
Instead of traveling for spring break, nine University of Richmond students chose to stay in Richmond to participate in a justice program sponsored by Common Ground, the university's diversity initiative office.
This program allowed students to engage in conversations about food with knowledgeable Richmond faculty, practice healthy food preparation methods by cooking together at the kitchen in the Web and work with nonprofit organizations to serve lower-income communities throughout the city.
"Nightlife as an Art Form" is a course in the department of theatre and dance that allows students to attend concerts, throw parties and learn to deejay, all for academic credit.
Professor Madison Moore has been teaching at University of Richmond as a postdoctoral fellow since fall 2012.
UR Hungry: The Daily Kitchen and Bar
When The Daily first opened up in Carytown I was very intrigued by its health focused menu, constant busy environment, and trendy atmosphere.
University of Richmond placed second in the second-annual Campus ConseRVAtion Nationals competition, an electricity reduction competition against VCU from Feb.
After Destiny LeVere, sophomore and vice president of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.'s chapter at University of Richmond, noticed the frequency of racist interactions among students at Richmond, she came up with the idea for an open discussion, which her sorority hosted.
"Race at Richmond," a timely conversation just before the end of Black History Month, allowed students to talk about issues of race and racism on Richmond's campus Feb.
The 2014-15 Tucker-Boatwright Festival of Literature and the Arts will feature the Parking Lot Project, where a University of Richmond campus parking lot will be transformed and used for the purpose of collaborative artwork.
About 21 parking spaces in C-lot will be excavated and redeveloped as art canvases.
The University of Richmond Alumni Association and the Westhampton College Dean's Office co-hosted the annual Westhampton College Senior Celebration Night at the Jepson Alumni Center this Tuesday.
Kerry Fankhauser, associate dean of Westhampton College, said more than 200 women from the class of 2014 attended the event, which included a wine reception, dinner and an award ceremony, when four different awards were given out to recognize leadership and service to the university.
"Women love to talk about their vaginas."
This statement from the introduction to "The Vagina Monologues" aptly described the performances that took place Feb.