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With Election Day here, the Center for Civic Engagement has seen a surge of students registering to vote. More than 300 students registered this year, about four times the usual amount, according to Adrienne Piazza, the manager of the CCE’s educational and leadership programs.
University of Richmond has unveiled its Pony Express shuttle loop this year, giving students access to some of Richmond's most scenic and well-known locations for the first time .
The Zipcar program at University of Richmond has recently expanded with the addition of a red Ford Focus, dubbed "Beavis," which now joins two other cars brought to campus with the start of the program during the fall 2011 semester.
The University of Richmond has joined the efforts to "Go Green" by promoting sustainability through various conservation programs, student groups and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-certified architecture.
Student needs are important to the new chief of police.
Armed with a box of Charleston Chews, a map of the university, a full bottle of water and a whole lot of patience, Phil Fleetwood, who had been driving continuously around campus for seven hours, said his day had begun a lot earlier, around 6 p.m.
The University of Richmond strives to keep its students safe at all hours of the day and night, and its safety shuttle now makes a continuous loop around campus until the early hours of the morning.
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The University of Richmond unveiled its new transportation initiative for students, faculty and staff just in time for the spring semester.
The university will host a transportation forum 10:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m Monday outside Boatwright Memorial Library showcasing new transportation options available to students beginning this semester.
Hossein Sadid, vice president for business and finance at the University of Richmond, announced on Friday that the university will add multiple facets to its transportation services, including zip cars and a continuous shuttle system, starting next semester.
University of Richmond students can now board a free bus at the Tyler Haynes Commons underpass to travel to and from downtown Richmond on Friday and Saturday nights from 6 p.m. to 3 a.m., according to a message from Hossein Sadid, vice president for business and finance.
On Oct. 13, a new regulation permitted Richmond College men to use the on-campus Safety Shuttle.
Students have started a petition to "complete the streets" of the University of Richmond campus by building bike lanes.
Students tired of finding a designated driver or cab when traveling off campus may have a free alternative starting in the fall.
Last Tuesday marked Earline Roots' 12th anniversary as a Heilman Dining Center cook. Throughout each of those years she has relied on the Route 16 bus to get to and from work, unless she could find a carpool. But come January 2010, the route reduction within the Greater Richmond Transit Company (GRTC) will change that.
It's a Friday night. You've just ended a long, hard week. You're not really feeling The Cellar, and you don't know of any decent parties, so you retreat to your dorm.
As the Greater Richmond Transit Company considers cutting its bus service to the University of Richmond, campus administrators are creating a marketing plan they hope will increase ridership among students and staff.
Richmond's major mass transit company is considering eliminating the only bus route between the university and downtown because not enough people use the service.