With 5 million Yards for Yeardley, Sweet Briar athletes raise awareness about importance of healthy relationships
In 2010, UVa lacrosse player Yeardley Love was killed in an act of domestic violence. The OneLove Foundation was created later that year in Love’s honor; its purpose to educate young people about healthy — and unhealthy — relationships.
Sweet Briar College and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts have long been collaborative partners. Now, they’re also teaming up in the classroom, thanks to the College’s innovative core curriculum and brand-new fellowships for VCCA artists.
Eight Sweet Briar students are extending the school year by one week, taking an intensive course taught by a software engineer from Google, where they’re learning to develop applications for Android.
Sweet Briar College on Friday inducted six students into the national honor society Phi Beta Kappa. The ceremony was held in the Browsing Room of Mary Helen Cochran Library.
It was no ordinary day in the history of Sweet Briar College, and everyone present could feel it. For one, it was President Meredith Woo’s first official commencement.
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