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Friday, September 18, 2020


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Marina Askari

Richmond Alumni in Real Estate

On the ninth floor of 503 Main St. in Richmond, behind door 901, is the small suite of Commonwealth Partnerships, a business started by University of Richmond alumni Andrew Ryan '06, Mike Gray '06 and Mark Hickman '07.

A Travel Piece: Belle Isle

I'm in the air about 100 feet above the clear water of the James River. The pedestrian suspension bridge under Richmond's big, truck-noisy Lee Bridge leads me over to the sometimes eerie quiet of Belle Isle. Runners sprint past me.

Art @ Richmond

The University of Richmond's Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art is showcasing the Annual Student Exhibition in the Pickles Gallery located in the Modlin Center.

The next disaster to hit campus? Disordered eating.

About 30 students per year visit the University of Richmond's Counseling and Psychological Services staff to seek treatment for anorexia or bulimia, according to Peter LeViness, director of CAPS. A 2006 National Eating Disorder Association poll revealed that 20 percent of students on college campuses suffered from disordered eating of some type.

Professor Hiede gives artistic advice to sophomore, Lourdes Figueroa.

Heide Trepanier: professor, mom, artist

There was something missing when Heide Trepanier was studying biology as an undergraduate. She later found her niche in the abstract world of art. Trepanier, an adjunct professor of art at Richmond, originally studied biology at Virginia Commonwealth University.

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