Richmond women's lacrosse lost a close game to UVA Wednesday night at Robins Stadium. The final score was 15–14. The Spiders' next game is Wednesday, March 1. All photos by Sophia Bruce/The Collegian.
All photos by Erin Moon/The Collegian.
Richmond men's basketball lost 84–73 to VCU yesterday at the Robins Stadium. ShawnDre' Jones led the Spiders with 20 points. More than 7,000 Spider and VCU fans filled the stadium for the rival game. All photos courtesy of Taylor Block/The Collegian.
Here are some of the highlights of Saturday night's Ring Dance ceremony at The Jefferson Hotel in downtown Richmond. All photos by Jessica Dugan/The Collegian.
The VMFA's collection this year will feature the work of a fashion designer, a jewelry designer and art from Russia's Romanov dynasty. All photos courtesy of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
Richmond's women's tennis team won 4–3 against Navy at the Country Club of Virginia on Saturday. Photos by Sophie Pilkington/The Collegian
The Spiders won their sixth conference game this season on Wednesday in the Robins Center over Rhode Island, with a final score of 73–62.
Here are some of the highlights from Saturday's Women's March on Washington, as experienced by Collegian editors Claire Comey and Lindsay Schneider.
Students, faculty and staff organized outside Boatwright Memorial Library to positively protest the presidential election.
Check out the different features of the newly dedicated Queally Center for Admission and Career Services. Photos by Alice Millerchip
The University of Richmond Fishing Club has grown to more than 70 members and has a message for students: Westhampton Lake is not as gross as everyone thinks.
Sites from the Richmond Gun Show at the Richmond International Raceway on Sunday, March 20, 2016.
Cage The Elephant, Silversun Pickups, Foals and Bear Hands rocked The Richmond Coliseum Tuesday as part of the Spring Fling tour. Photos by Jack Nicholson and Lindsay Schneider
Solar panels on top of the Weinstein Center will finish being installed by the end of March. Photos by Ashlee Korlach.
Three students competed for a crown in West Indian Lynk's eighth annual Island Showcase on Friday. Competitors educated the audience and a panel of judges about different West Indian countries through song, dance and poetry. Bria Munnings, president of West Indian Lynk, said the organization largely acts as a support group, but this event is an opportunity for students connected to the West Indies to celebrate and share their culture. Photos by Kayla Solsbak.