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Less than an hour after Richmond's Interfraternity Council (IFC) canceled all lodge activities scheduled for this weekend, The University of Richmond's Panhellenic Council and its chapter presidents reaffirmed the Greek community's stance against the perpetuation of 'rape culture,' in an email sent to sorority members on Tuesday.
Jepson School of Leadership Studies faculty will complete its Title IX training in a meeting this Monday, September 12, four weeks after the start of school, according to an email sent to leadership students Sunday afternoon.
Phil Shannon, president of University of Richmond's club squash team, thinks next year is the year.
The Robins School of Business fell 30 places, from No. 16 to No. 46, in the Bloomberg Businessweek Undergraduate Business School rankings released online Tuesday morning.
“Sometimes leadership means going first,” Richmond president Ronald Crutcher said at
the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the first solar array of its kind to be used in
The University of Richmond's Mock Trial team earned an Honorable Mention and an All-American Witness Award this past Sunday, April 17, at the American Mock Trial Association’s National Championship Tournament in Greenville, South Carolina.
A former Richmond basketball great agreed to a multi-year contract on Sunday to become the head coach for the Brooklyn Nets.
The University of Richmond baseball team hosted Davidson College for a three-game series over the weekend. After winning the first game, the Spiders dropped the second game by a large margin, but were able to rebound and win the final game.
After five weeks of spring practice, Richmond’s football team competed in the annual spring game Saturday at the Robins Center, showcasing what the team will have to offer come the fall.
Richmond men’s lacrosse beat Bellarmine University 10-7 on Saturday afternoon to remain undefeated in Southern Conference play and atop the SoCon standings at 5-0 and 9-3 overall.
"It's too late now to say sorry" for not going to DSQUAD's free spring showcase in the Alice Haynes Room on Wednesday night.
In 2011, Jon Teller was admitted to Penn State University. It was one of the happiest moments of his life.
Richmond's men's basketball team broke records this season, but not on the court.
Here’s your weird, outside-of-the-box puzzle for today: Try to discern the correlation between the systemic oppression of minority groups that for more than two centuries has hindered our United States from amounting to the ideals outlined in its founding document and the two-year stint wherein I tap danced at my hometown’s Academie De Ballet, which required me to wear sparkly pants and a barf-green leprechaunish tunic.
After an extensive application process, the dean search committee selected Patrice Rankine as the University’s next dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, effective June 1. Rankine, the current dean of arts and humanities at Hope College and a scholar in classical languages, will replace Dean Kathleen Skerrett.
More than 50 local companies gathered in the Jepson Alumni Center Friday afternoon to participate in LaunchRVA, Richmond’s first start-up internship and job fair.
“No loaded guns in the building! No loaded guns in the building! No loaded guns in the building,” the PA announcer demanded with a mildly worrisome amount of exasperation in her voice. “Please.”
Filing taxes can be a confusing process for anyone – just watch any of the Turbo Tax commercials on TV. People of all income levels can struggle with filing their returns, but the process can be even worse for people without access to tax services.
Activist and co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, Alicia Garza, opened her talk Tuesday afternoon by recognizing the indigenous peoples’ lands that she stood upon and the indigenous communities that are on the front line fighting for the freedom and justice they deserve. It was a segue into a larger discussion about the liberation that the Black Lives Matter movement aims to bring to every community.
Spring break: a post-midterm week of relief where university students are free to tell their Netflix accounts, “Yes, I am still watching,” without feeling guilty about procrastinating amid a seemingly endless flood of schoolwork. But every year, about 40 students use their week of freedom to engage with communities in need while receiving hands-on education through the SEEDS Project.