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Friday, September 29, 2023

Carly Gorga

Discount market to benefit female business owners

The University of Richmond will host the Ivy Market next week in the Jepson Alumni Center, offering students and community members marketplace shopping to benefit organizations in the Richmond area. The Ivy Market will feature female-owned businesses from along the East Coast, offering exceptional prices on a variety of items including art, jewelry, paper, gifts, ceramics, clothing and shoes. The market will be open 5 p.m.

Dr. Ayers speaks at the strategic planning meeting.

Ayers hosts last forum on strategic plan

"The strategic plan has been cooking for a long time, like Thanksgiving dinner," said University of Richmond President Edward Ayers Wednesday in the Alice Haynes Room during the final open forum on the university's strategic plan.

Gossip Web site stirs campus community

Is the Juice worth the squeeze? This has been the question on many University of Richmond students' and administrators' minds for weeks, since the university surfaced on, a forum launched on Oct.

Conference to impact campus sustainability

Twelve University of Richmond students traveled to Virginia Tech during fall break to attend Virginia Powershift, a student-run environmental conference encouraging a movement toward sustainability. Virginia Powershift, held Oct.

Students learn to market international experience

With approximately 60 percent of University of Richmond students studying abroad each year in increasingly diverse locations, many students are looking to correlate their international education with employability. Representatives from Richmond's Office of International Education and the Career Development Center have recognized the importance of applying international experiences to employment opportunities and on Monday, Oct.

Housing still hand-matching roommates

I like to take naps: a. daily b. sometimes c. never Choose wisely, because your answer could be used to select the person you will be living with during the next eight months. This is just one of the questions considered in the University of Richmond's roommate selection process, for which Richmond has been recognized in this week's issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Downtown campus to serve city's disadvantaged

Third-year University of Richmond law student Mike Braggs is interested in family law. He's pursued his passion working with children and has been involved in both delinquency and educational law clinics in his time as a student. But recently, Braggs began searching for an opportunity to get away from the theoretical aspect of law and get into the real-life applications of the profession. He's one of the four Richmond Law students involved in a first-time partnership between Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University to establish a downtown campus beginning this fall that will function as a center for community-based service. University of Richmond Downtown, a satellite campus of more than 4,500 square feet, is located at 626 E.

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