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  • Oct 29
    1:00 PM - 1:45 PM

    Location: Tyler Haynes Commons 305

    University of Richmond, Tyler Haynes Commons 305
  • Oct 29
    2:15 PM - 3:45 PM

    A safe place to help manage the grief of losing a loved one (e.g., parent, other family member, friend,etc). Navigating the challenges of the grief process can be a lonely place, and many hesitate toconfide in their friends out of concerns about burdening them. This group provides a safe andconsistent place to talk about your own grief as well as to listen to and support others who areexperiencing

    University of Richmond
  • Oct 30
    10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

    Join fellow Richmond young grads at the RVA BIG Market at Bryan Park! Our group will meet at a picnic table at 10am to connect while enjoying some farmer's market treats on us. You'll be welcome to wander the market at your own pace before or after connecting with the group. The RVA BIG Market features 50+ local vendors every Saturday, 8am to noon, from produce to baked goods to food trucks to

    Bryan Park
  • Oct 30
    11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

    All Richmond Scholars are invited to participate in a trip to Hanover Vegetable Farm for pumpkin-carving, hayrides, food and fun! This event is hosted by the Richmond Scholars Leadership Council. Email scholarsoffice@richmond.edu for more details and to rsvp.

  • Nov 01
    12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

    All members of the campus community are invited to join a virtual lunchtime presentation and discussion with Dr. David Wiley Campt, principal of The Dialogue Company. Dr. Campt is a nationally renowned expert in intergroup dialogue and civic engagement and founder of The White Ally Toolkit, designed to help white anti-racism allies to be more engaged and effective in the fight against

    University of Richmond
  • Nov 01
    3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

    A 4 session workshop where students can discuss sex, sexual values and behaviors in a safe, nonjudgmental environment.

    University of Richmond
  • Nov 01
    4:00 PM - 5:15 PM

    This 4-week program assists students new to mindfulness (or wanting to strengthen skills) develop andcultivate their own mindfulness practice through experiencing both formal and informal meditativeactivities and mental, physical and relational benefits. Email Dr. Ceperich (sceperic@richmond.edu) formore information.

    University of Richmond
  • Nov 01
    5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

    A resume is important to have on hand for internships, jobs, and a variety of other opportunities. Ditch the high school resume and come to learn the basics of constructing and maintaining a strong professional resume as well as writing effective cover letters. This event is open to all students and alumni (including SPCS and MBA) but is a foundational program.

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  • Nov 01
    5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

    Every Monday at 5:30pmTyler Haynes Commons, Room 310Feeling stressed about the climate crisis? Want to learn more about environmental justice and climate feminism? Join the Office for Sustainability for a small group discussion of this year's One Book, "All We Can Save." We know everyone is busy, so this is structured as a low commitment, yet fun and interesting, activity. Also, you get a free

    Tyler Haynes Commons, Room 310
  • Nov 01
    6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

    The primary goal of this female mentoring group is not to be a place for students to share individual experiences, although students would be able to share experiences and seek mutual support. Rather, individual experiences would serve as a staging ground from which Asian women can come to understand how they are acted upon by the social hierarchy on campus and in the United States and thereby

    University of Richmond, Weinstein Hall, Brown Alley Room
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