Arthur Ashe grew up in segregated Richmond. At the age of 6, his mother passed away. Although she was no longer with him, she continued to be a source of inspiration throughout Ashe’s life. He earned a tennis scholarship to UCLA upon graduating from high school.
You’ve been immersed in your undergraduate work for years and then suddenly you realize it no longer makes you happy. Do you press on because you’ve made it this far already? Or do you choose a path that would suit you better?
The School of Graduate Studies is out of the doghouse, or rather, the basement.
The school moved from its home of 12 years in the basement of Ginter House to the three-story red brick Moseley House across from the library.
“We finally have natural light,” said Lori Floyd, administrative assistant to the dean of graduate studies.
Q1:Define the purpose of the Student Government Association. Q2: What does the SGA do for you? Q3: What does the SGA do for the university? Q4: How could the SGA better serve you? Q5: What ways do you think students might become more involved with the SGA? Krystal Glaze, 18, first-year student, biology Q1: That is the Student Government Association, correct? The purpose of it, I really don’t know.
If you like to spend time leisurely browsing through items at an auction, you might run into Napoleon Peoples, director of VCU’s Office of Multicultural Student Affairs.
Although Peoples’ hobby doesn’t take place at the university, it still involves the process of obtaining knowledge. He said the auctions allow him to relax and develop expertise in many things.