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It doesn’t take long before the stress of being a college student builds up. On top of that, there’s mounting pressure to land summer internships and earn full-time positions after graduation -- that’s where Sandy Golinkin comes in.
Junior Lina Tori Jan was six years old when Taliban insurgents entered her Afghanistan elementary school and started burning the students’ books. She remembers it as if it were yesterday.
Feelings of nostalgia, perplexity and sadness filled the air at 6922 Staples Mill Road on Thursday, Aug. 30. After six years of traditionally spending Thursday nights at Mexican restaurant and nightclub El Gran Tucanazo, University of Richmond students waved goodbye to the Richmond staple for the final time.
Despite the escalating water crisis in the South African capital of Cape Town, the University of Richmond’s Office of International Education plans to send students there for internship opportunities this summer and for semesters abroad in the fall.
Dozens of students gathered in the University Forum Tuesday evening to silently sit, meditate and pray in solidarity with Parkland, Fla., to honor the lives lost and peacefully promote gun control.
Over winter break, Hillel, the University of Richmond’s Jewish student organization, announced its first Birthright Israel trip designed specifically for students at UR and George Mason University.
Back in August, when I was preparing for my departure to study abroad in Madrid, the last thought on my mind was Catalonia declaring independence from Spain. From my understanding of the issue, it would not affect me because I was not going to be living in Barcelona.