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The holidays always attract the big questions: What are your plans for after graduation? Have you applied to any jobs? Where do you think you will end up? Seniors specifically find themselves on the end of these questions as the transition to employment is approaching.
Many aspects of the University of Richmond have changed over the years, but regardless of the decade in which students attend, they have used “life hacks” to get through college by benefiting from loopholes, using a strategic shortcut or being savvy in order to increase efficiency in some way.
Lauren Costello was sleep-deprived, lacking in energy and smelling like the woods. Like many of her fellow student leaders, she was struggling to find the enthusiasm for the last two days of Camp Kesem UR 2018.
Editor's note: This story was updated to remove inaccurate information about student feedback during the creation of the living-learning program.
Parking fines are often unaccounted for -- and resented -- student expenses on college campuses. This makes the staff position of parking monitor less than popular.
When an email arrived in students' inboxes offering $300 a week for advertising with an adhesive sticker on a car, seniors Jack Reynolds and Emma Thomas jumped at the opportunity to earn extra money with little work.
Along with a few essays, a potential midterm and a final project, students at the University of Richmond are seeing more civic engagement opportunities on their syllabi.
Everything Convenience, the general store on campus that sells groceries, snacks and toiletries, has responded to a longtime request from the student body to sell fresh produce.
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