The Institute of Real Estate Management Richmond, Chapter 38, a professional organization of local certified property managers, recently established an endowed scholarship at VCU’s School of Business in the name of Steven Brincefield of Insignia Thalhimer.
We all have them, those classes that we just can’t stand to be in. Maybe it’s that we don’t like the professor’s style of teaching, the environment of the classroom or perhaps it’s simply a general-education class we don’t think we’ll ever need. I’m not immune to being annoyed by these things either, in the three years I’ve attended VCU, I’ve had to deal with at least one of the preceding annoyances per semester, usually more.
Road closings around campus
Recently, the color coded warning system was increased from yellow (the bananas are loaded) to orange (signifying a citrusy and fragrant doom). The media also encouraged the general public to run out and buy massive quantities of duct tape and plastic to protect themselves from the impending fruity terrorist doom.
Now that all of the fuss
about Valentine’s Day is
over, it’s time to focus on the real celebration of the month: black history. Throughout the years, we have learned about individuals such as Benjamin Banneker, Pearl Bailey and Charles Drew, who all played a major part in the advancement of the African-American people.