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A Quick Interview with DJ Mike Street

Recently, I was able to get a hold of Mike Street, a DJ at 106.5 The Beat. As a college radio DJ myself, I wanted to know more about broadcasting and ask him about being in professional radio.

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MARGINS: No, Latinx Heritage Month does not include Spain

The embrace of Latinx Heritage Month comes from the disdain for the term imposed on us by the U.S. government and because including Spain in the celebration is antithetical to honoring Latinx accomplishments.

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UR Weekly Roundup | Week of Oct. 3

Make your last few days before fall break count. Check out the happenings this week.

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UR professors no longer have Zoom in classrooms, limiting flexibility for quarantined students

This fall at the University of Richmond, professors can request that students wear masks in class, but hybrid teaching is no longer an option for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Richmond Public Schools from commission to address low graduation rates for Latinx students

The Richmond School Board unanimously passed a proposal at its last meeting to create a commission to improve the outcomes of Latinx students in response to allegations of mistreatment and low graduation rates.

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UR law alum testifies before special grand jury investigating efforts to overturn 2020 election

Jenna Ellis, a UR law school graduate and legal adviser to former President Donald Trump, testified before a grand jury investigating the Trump administration’s efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results in Georgia.

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Meet the schools that dethroned UR as the most beautiful campus

The University of Richmond has been officially dethroned as the nation’s most beautiful campus, dropping to third place in The Princeton Review’s 2023 college rankings.

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Ask Maddy: When loneliness hits — during Family Weekend

Whether it’s homesickness or a general lack of company, loneliness is a feeling that can be hard to escape in college.

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Cora Tucker: A legacy untold, until now

Cora Lee Mosley Tucker was the first Black woman to run for governor in Virginia and on Sept. 13, University of Richmond community was able to watch a film honoring her legacy.

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