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(16 hours ago)
University of Richmond’s Office for Sustainability partnered with the E. Claiborne Robins School of Business, Bonner Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) and the Creativity-Innovation-Entrepreneurship Initiative (CIE) to start the Sustainable Solutions Challenge, which was open to all students.
Working out in quarantine may seem nearly impossible, especially if you do not have the standard equipment at home. But fitting in a good, free, at-home workout via apps or social media can be easier than you think.
Perhaps the scariest parts about COVID-19 are the uncertainty about the virus itself, its rapid spread and confusion about how we carry on. No matter how many news sources we consult, experts we listen to or emails we read, it seems no one knows the answers to the most pressing questions. In a world where college students can easily find answers to their questions through email, conversations or the news, we have somehow lost that control.
(11 hours ago)
In a time when social distancing has become the new normal, I have observed that students are relying on social media to help stay in touch with friends.
Who thought we would get to this point, to this extremity over COVID-19, an invisible assailant? Yet here we are. Week two of being at home, away from the University of Richmond, where we thought we would be until the end of April.
The Democratic presidential nomination campaign is at a critical juncture and Virginia is coming off a landmark legislative session.
The University of Richmond is filled with diligent and passionate students, but all the hard work may make campus feel isolating. The Virginia landscape can help students escape the intense environment.
People gathered to close out Black History Month at the "For the Culture" coffee house and open mic night, featuring comedian Ronnie Jordan and student performances, in The Current at 7 p.m. on Saturday.
Editor's note: This article has been updated to correct one factual error and remove one quote.
A new student-created exhibition at the Lora Robins Gallery of Design from Nature, “Off the Menu,” explores how food connects people while preserving cultures and identities.
On Christmas morning a few years ago, a University of Richmond student unwrapped a present consisting of only rocks. After some initial confusion, her mom explained that there had been a story in the local paper about painted rocks spreading happiness to others, and she thought it would be a nice idea to bring them to UR's campus.
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, University President Ronald A. Crutcher and Dr. Betty Neal Crutcher shared the insights and advice they have garnered during their 40-year partnership at Mortar Board’s President’s Forum.
“Sorry, I can’t, 'The Bachelor' is on tonight.”
The “Production Studies III” theater course will be putting on their production of “The Wolves” in the Cousins Studio Theater in the Modlin Center for the Arts starting Feb. 13 through Feb. 16.
More than 180 photographs capturing facets of African American life in New York during the 1960s and '70s are on display at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in the exhibit “Working Together: Louis Draper and the Kamoinge Workshop.”
Through her brand e.xclusively, junior Erin Watton sells painted pieces such as clothing and handbags customized to each customer.
The National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine performed in the Dominion Energy Center at 7:30 p.m. Friday as part of the Modlin Downtown series, with a pre-performance lecture at 6:30.
Bryan Terrell Clark, best known for his role as George Washington in the Broadway hit “Hamilton,” visited the University of Richmond campus on Thursday as part of the Center for Student Involvement’s programming for Black History Month.
Students are used to being judged on performance. They are constantly reaching for their professors’ admiration. RateMyProfessors.com turns the tables. Instead of professors rating students, students are rating professors.
Valentine’s Day, no matter whom you spend it with, can get a little pricey. Here are five restaurants in Richmond that can host a low-cost date night or even a Galentine’s Day.