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9/11 memorial outside of Boatwright library placed by the Young America’s Foundation.
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Students from the University of Richmond American studies department used photographs and other images of dissent in PROTEST! A Richmond History, an exhibition on display at UR Downtown until September. Read more on The Collegian.
Sophomore Miranda Barbosa holds a copy of the rejection letter her friend received the same year Barbosa was accepted. Her friend is a DACA student who now attends a comparable liberal arts institution. Read more on The Collegian.
The UR football team signed more than 200 people up for a national bone marrow donor registry during a day-long drive event in the Forum on Wednesday. Read more on The Collegian. Photo by @kiersten.ness
The Clothesline Project, displayed in the Forum yesterday, April 10, is made up of t-shirts created by survivors of violence, or created in honor of someone who has experienced violence. Photos by @kiersten.ness
Bought and Sold is an outdoor photography installation, created by Kay Chernush, that she said was meant to raise awareness about human trafficking, challenge public indifference, mobilize grassroots action and empower people and communities to be part of the solution. The installation is on display now in Stern Plaza, in front of Jepson and Ryland halls. Read the full story on The Collegian.