Voting for the spring 2014 SGA presidential elections will begin on March 25, and the candidates are promising to raise the SGA’s profile among the student body despite a trend of poor student participation.
The three men’s soccer players who were charged with felonies last week could face further punishment from the university under its sexual misconduct policy.
A religious studies professor credited as an influential members of the Richmond Action Dialogues, a volunteer organization that values peaceful dialogue and inclusiveness, died earlier this month.
In Western society, particularly in America, people tend to tout an artificial supremacy over other cultures because we have “free will” and “liberty.” Although institutional forms of slavery still exists through sexual slavery, the prison system and forced labor, state-sanctioned slavery is no longer in existence. People have rights and privileges protected by constitutions, law enforcement agencies and judicial courts.
International transfer students, students with international backgrounds and U.S. students gathered together on Dec. 5 at the Richmond Salons for coffee and laid-back conversations.