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Editor's note: President Ronald Crutcher asked that Rob Andrejewski speak on his behalf, as he worked closely with President Crutcher on the University’s response, Cynthia Price, director of media and public relations, told The Collegian after this article was published. The article originally said Crutcher declined to comment.
Every Monday night, a small group of students gathers in a room in the Robins School of Business to exchange knowledge on the stock market and the world of finance.
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property
University of Richmond charges $57,470 to every undergraduate student who attends classes and lives on campus. Including personal expenses and textbook charges, the total cost of attendance reaches nearly $60,000. So where does the money go?
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University of Richmond honored the memories of Ginny Doyle and Natalie Lewis on Saturday by holding a celebration of life service for the two beloved women’s basketball staff members who died in a hot air balloon accident in May.
A University of Richmond student has become the first person to find hair-like projections that sensor movement in some of SpongeBob’s relatives. The sponge in question is the Cliona varians, “a saltwater sponge that grows mostly in the tropics, such as the Florida Keys and the Caribbean,” said sophomore Cassandra Ceballos, who is head of the investigation.
Ryan Frost, author and University of Richmond alumnus, debuted his most recent play, “September 12th,” on Sept. 10 and 11 at the Virginia Repertory Theatre. The script was based on Frost's experience of 9/11 as a freshman at Richmond.
Hundreds of dollars in gift cards are up for grabs in the Office of Emergency Management's social media challenge against Virginia Commonwealth University this month. The contest will run until Friday, Sept. 26, and is open to University of Richmond students, faculty and staff.
Rochelle Davis, academic director of the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies at Georgetown University, will be on campus Wednesday to discuss the struggles of displaced Syrians and what it means to be a refugee in the volatile Middle East.
Contemporary artist, author and illustrator Janet Hamlin spoke Thursday in the T.C. Williams School of Law to kick off the opening of University of Richmond Museums' newest exhibition, "Janet Hamlin: Sketching Guantanamo."
In 1948, Nina Landolina left Fort Lauderdale and rode the
train to Richmond for the first time.
After competing in the zone finals, Kristen Bailey has qualified to compete in the national championship of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association May 1 in Harrisburg, Pa.
The Saturday afternoon contest between University of Richmond Spiders and the Massachusetts Minutewomen, the only two teams who remained undefeated in the Atlantic 10 and the two favorites to meet in the conference championship, both played strong defensive lacrosse and remained competitive until the last second of the game.
This spring, the biannual Global Sounds Concert will be held around the fountain on the Westhampton Green with the hope of breaking traditional formal concert boundaries, said Andrew McGraw, director for the concert.
Every morning when Sherman Logan wakes and struggles to get out of bed he reflects on his football career. He knows his joint pain may improve throughout the day, but he knows his senses will not. His hearing is muffled and his sense of smell is virtually nonexistent.
This Wednesday, April 16, The Atlantic and National Journal's small town hall series about millennials and their engagement in service opportunities and entrepreneurship came to the University of Richmond campus.
Richmond football suffered yet another blow, as record-setting placekicker Brandon Jordi left the team.
Six musicians from Colombia, all in their early twenties, are in the middle of a two-week stay in Richmond and are scheduled to perform several times at University of Richmond.
Despite being the smallest team in attendance at the national championships at Miami University of Ohio, the University of Richmond synchronized swimming team achieved a 10th place finish.