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Sitting on a green bench in the shade of a large mango tree, Christell Ponquiet flashed a bashful smile for the camera. With colorful feathers in her tightly braided hair, Christell, a young teenager, seemed complacent as she colored on a piece of paper.
Jason Kusterer, a late-night delivery worker at the local Jimmy John's, smiled as he recalled one instance when a Richmond student had ordered two subs on a Saturday night, but had fallen asleep before the delivery could be made.
While students were packing snowballs in the midst of a winter storm on Saturday afternoon, Jerry Clemmer, general manager of University Dining Services, was searching for batteries so he could inflate air mattresses for the 18 dining services employees who would be spending the night on campus.
CUSCO, Peru -- As President Alan Garcia's approval rating continues to plummet, various bloody protests have amplified chaos and killings throughout Peru, notably in the northern Amazon region.
The Sudanese ambassador failed to make an appearance at the University of Richmond Wednesday because of a last-minute cancellation. Nevertheless, his unexpected absence was beneficial because he met with the U.S. special envoy in Khartoum, Sudan, instead.
The nonprofit sector is becoming more transparent and efficient because it must accommodate the contemporary expectations of Internet-empowered donors, Robert G. Ottenhoff said.
In an alcohol-fueled hook-up culture, exacerbated by the media and our peers, where do we draw the line?
War must be a last resort: there must be reasonable expectations for success and there must be a commitment to the just implementation of the war, said University of Richmond professor G. Scott Davis, who spoke Thursday at the third conference of the Jepson International Public Square series.
The Westhampton College Government Association gathered for its last meeting of the year yesterday to discuss final student events, the induction of new cabinet members and lingering student concerns in the Tyler Haynes Commons.