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Spring break: a post-midterm week of relief where university students are free to tell their Netflix accounts, “Yes, I am still watching,” without feeling guilty about procrastinating amid a seemingly endless flood of schoolwork. But every year, about 40 students use their week of freedom to engage with communities in need while receiving hands-on education through the SEEDS Project.
Students seeking an alternative Spring Break this year can choose from joining the fight for food justice, learning the importance of education in the Richmond area or engaging in service projects in marginalized communities.
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.
Ten students participated in the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement's Spring Break in Richmond program, which focused on education in the Richmond area for the second consecutive year.
American Airlines and US Airways officially announced their plans to merge last week in an $11 billion deal that will effectively create the world's largest airline company.
Some students at the University of Richmond are spending their spring break doing service work, discussing and learning about a social issue and bonding with their peers during an alternative spring break trip.
The University of Richmond's 12-member jazz combo and its director, Mike Davison, took a spring break trip to Greece and played eight gigs in Athens and Thessaloniki.
This new month signals a time for evaluation. It's a time to work on areas of weakness in preparation for an enhanced performance and product.
Hurricane Katrina. It seems like forever ago that I remember seeing the news about the devastation of New Orleans, watching the news and seeing people getting rescued from the roofs of their houses and seeing almost the entire city filled with water.
When University of Richmond students arrived at the medical clinic on their first day in Pampa Grande, Peru, there were at least 20 Peruvians waiting by the door. Some people were from the village, but others had walked a great distance from the countryside simply to have a few minutes with a doctor.
In high school, the shrill sound of the school bell signaled the start of spring break - a break from work, friends, on-again off-again romances, teachers and those stress tests called midterms.
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The cheapest spring break package this year isn't a group trip to Cancun, Mexico; Daytona Beach, Fla.; or even Virginia Beach, Va. It's to the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans as a part of the University of Richmond's Collegiate Disaster Relief Team (CDRT).
About 60 University of Richmond students spent their spring breaks being welcomed to Eastern European countries with applause and standing ovations.
I've finally been outted by an online comment (don't we just love www.thecollegianur.com?) - I'm not really from Compton. My name just "grants me access to a pun," and to be honest, I didn't actually know who N.W.A. was. But whatever, we'll just call it irony that I actually come from the Midwest. I mean, St. Louis (my real hometown) is up there in standing, as far as rap music goes (until he semi-fell off the face of the earth, who didn't love Nelly? And J-Kwon and Chingy were clearly so legit). But I digress.
People take themselves too seriously sometimes. Everything's so important, so crucial, so consequential.
One University of Richmond professor will give a lecture about what he or she would want to tell his or her students if it were his or her last lecture.
MELBOURNE, Australia -- Because of my weekly travels and studious nature, I have been a bit behind reporting my adventurous activities abroad. I have failed to skip (or finish) my action-packed spring break with the Extreme Adventures One Fish, Two Fish trip. I could write pages of my nine-day adventure traveling the western coast of Oz and had every intention of reporting all of my quirky encounters and detailed experiences, but I just realized that my spring-break journal is nearly seven pages single-spaced and could just about be considered a short story. I shall try to keep it to a minimum and will accept questions after.
MELBOURNE, Australia -- With the $2.00 of remaining balance I have on my Global Gossip internet card, all I can say is that my Extreme Adventure spring break has been just that, extreme. The rainforest walk this afternoon is the last of the organized tours on my One Fish, Two Fish trip, but I have made more memories in these past nine days, then I thought I would. In three days alone, I went white water rafting on the Tully River, jumped out of a plane at 14,000 feet, bungee jumped at 50 m and scuba dived in the Great Barrier Reef. I also bronzed at one of the top three beaches in the world and sailed the Atlantic in a multi-million dollar boat. Oh gosh, I have less than 5 minutes of credit remaining, but more to come when I get home in 2 days, pictures and all!