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Last Sunday, April 7, University of Richmond students, faculty and members of the greater Richmond community gathered on the Westhampton Green for food, games and culturally diverse live music during the music department's annual Global Sounds concert.
At age 19, University of Richmond sophomore Emily Wass has more than 181,000 loyal subscribers on YouTube.
The University of Richmond's chapter of Alpha Phi Omega (APO) hosted its annual senior citizen prom on April 10 in the Alice Haynes Room.
As the lights dimmed and suspenseful orchestral music blared through the speakers in the Alice Haynes Room, 10 University of Richmond professors marched across the stage with conviction, eager to convince a room of more than 250 students why their discipline was most equipped to save humanity.
With lines for tickets and a packed theater, the 2019 French Film Festival provided an intimate look into the world of filmography in France.
The downtown Richmond area has welcomed an increasing number of traveling Broadway shows to its arts and culture scene, most recently including the nine-time Tony Award-winning show “The Book of Mormon," which played at the Altria Theater at the end of March.
Shopping near the University of Richmond campus in the Carytown area is characterized by an indie, artistic scene. But one store stands out to some students.
Spring has sprung. Do you know what that means? Let’s get out of Boatwright Memorial Library and start exploring off campus. Here are the top 10 places you should visit or things you should do outdoors in the Richmond area this spring:
Ever since senior Alyssa Joyce first saw that Passport Café’s quintessential sushi products were missing from the café refrigerator, she has been longing for them to return. This hunger is felt by many at the University of Richmond.
Sean Kingston and Bryce Vine will perform at the spring concert hosted by SpiderBoard at 7 p.m. on April 5 in the Robins Center.
At 12:30 p.m. and 5 p.m., students and faculty members on campus hear the sound of bells from the tower of Boatwright Memorial Library. The bells rang for the first time in 1955 when Boatwright first opened.
Açai bowls -- or blended smoothie bowls -- are the current foodie trend that is all over Instagram. Aesthetically pleasing and healthy, these bowls seem to increase in popularity by the day.
Thirteen empowered UR women commanded the stage in matching red wristbands on the evenings of Feb. 15 and Feb. 16 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Vagina Monologues.
It takes a wide variety of skills to lead a fitness class, and a handful of University of Richmond seniors have done it firsthand. Group fitness instructors have to juggle teaching with motivating, DJing, public speaking and correcting form.
Massage chairs that were previously in the Tyler Haynes Commons were relocated to the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness after high usage caused repeated breakage.
Editor's note: This story was updated to correct the formal name of the club, the number of universities it has a presence on, the club's first semester on campus and the description of weekly workouts. In addition, CHAARG is women-focused, not exclusive to women, as the original article stated.
Three University of Richmond seniors saw months of work come to fruition in their production of “Rapture, Blister, Burn” by Gina Gionfriddo as part of the Production Studies III capstone for theatre majors on Feb. 7.
It doesn’t take long before the stress of being a college student builds up. On top of that, there’s mounting pressure to land summer internships and earn full-time positions after graduation -- that’s where Sandy Golinkin comes in.
Junior Luke Garrison first tried DJing during the summer of 2017, when he had the idea to mix two songs together and see what would happen.
The Great Migration of Fall Semester Junior Year: When first-semester juniors flee the Richmond bubble for the winding roads of Barcelona, picturesque views of the Amalfi Coast and the urban street corners of Amsterdam.