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Disabled UR student introducing Richmond to adaptive rowing

RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — University of Richmond senior Cole Sydnor lost the ability to use his hands and legs after diving into the James River over five years ago. 41 more words


Meadowbrook seniors make history at the University of Richmond

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — It is easy to understand why Meadowbrook High School senior Diego Rayas was offered a full scholarship to the University of Richmond… 331 more words


≈ My Real, Real Life Resume

You need not do Great Things but the little things you are doing in your sphere of influence can be done with great conviction, great wisdom, great beauty and great love. 1,662 more words


Top tips on how to make your exchange a fabulous anthropological experience, by Carin Ivarsson

Go abroad – challenge your personal values and bias, unlock the opportunity to a whole new catalogue of courses, meet new people from your destination and internationally, become a whiz at navigating through complex structures both socially and logistically, and take the opportunity to appreciate the wonderful things at home while on pass-or-fail; it will be great. 222 more words


Richmond City Hall Announces “Two Steps Forward, One Step Back” Initiative

RICHMOND, Va. – According to a recent press release, Richmond City Hall plans to launch a new “Two Steps Forward, One Step Back” campaign in the capital city. 654 more words


Mean What You Say!

I was watching ESPN’s “Sports Center” yesterday morning and found one of the topics especially interesting. The four regulars were asking a sports guru off-site what he thought about the fact that the University of Richmond has suspended five baseball players for playing “Fantasy Football.” This game is regarded by both the NCAA and by the University as a form of gambling because it involves the winning and losing of money. 731 more words

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What I'd Like to Hear a Coach Say After a Big Game

By Brian Gotta, President of CoachDeck

From youth leagues to high school, to college and pro sports, we’ve all heard coaches tell their team after winning a championship game, “Enjoy this moment. 670 more words

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