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Sunday, July 05, 2020

International


International

Motionless students symbolize human trafficking

Students froze while walking, tying shoes and checking cell phones this afternoon in an effort to spread awareness about worldwide human trafficking. Students Stopping the Trafficking of People (SSTOP) sponsored the demonstration in honor of National Human Trafficking Awareness Day on Jan.


Opinion

Time for free lunch? Not for Libya

The Libyan revolution came to an unexpected climax this past week when news broke that the deposed dictator, Muammar Gadhafi, had been slain at the hands of the rebel forces.


Opinion

Little Mosque on the Prairie

When I was younger, I read the "Little House on the Prairie" books religiously. The first story about Laura Ingalls Wilder -- a girl growing up in the Midwestern United States during the late 19th century -- was the first full-length book I finished after I learned how to read.


Opinion

Burst the bubble without even leaving it

This article is dedicated to an underappreciated part of the Richmond student body: the international students. I've heard people complain about Richmond being too small, the days too repetitive, the people too similar and the overall atmosphere of the "bubble" too suffocating. I think people often forget, however, that new exchange students arrive each semester and some with each new freshman class who can't possibly fit into the typical Richmond student mold, each one of them bringing a little part of another country and another culture with them. Overall, international students from 70 countries represent about 6 percent of the student body.