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A musician played his flute as the members of the Pilgrimage: Poland team filed into the dark Brown Alley Room, a lone candle lighting their way to the front of the room, where they took turns reflecting on their tour of the Auschwitz concentration camp during spring break.
Students at University of Richmond have begun the application process for this year's Taglit-Birthright Israel, a free ten-day trip to Israel.
The Thursday before Thanksgiving, junior Kaitlyn Ostrom decided she wanted to travel. The weekend was approaching and her group of friends decided to plan a trip. Ostrom was studying abroad for the semester, and traveling on weekends was standard procedure. Unfortunately, that night, Ostrom received news that would change her plans. Her intended place of destination, Tel Aviv, had just been hit by missiles. Retaliation and fatality would be soon to come. Ostrom would have to do something else with her Saturday.
Lodge culture is not the only social option for students at the University of Richmond. In a panel discussion, Rabbi Andrew Goodman of the chaplaincy and Westhampton College Dean Kerry Fankhauser took on the issues of gender, sexuality and mental health as they relate to the Richmond campus, from Greek life to religion.
The strength to make the right decision and the gift of a virtuous leader frame the film "Weapons of Spirit," based on a true story of survival during World War II. The film will be screened in the Ukrop Auditorium in Queally Hall at 6:30 p.m. on April 17.