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Universities across the U.S. canceled or postponed their 2020 graduation ceremonies. For first-generation graduates, or students who are the first in their immediate family to graduate college, this loss was significant.
Once it became clear that the University of Richmond would be moving to online classes, Richmond Athletics began using virtual applications to keep track of its athletes and their training.
On a cold, rainy Friday evening, kids kicked soccer balls to each other in the parking lot of Chimborazo Elementary School in Richmond’s East End. “Old Town Road” played loudly, and the children sang along without letting it slow down their games.
Editor’s note: The article has been updated to more accurately reflect the comment made by Hilary Appleton.
A room full of people of different ethnicities and backgrounds danced in a circle, shaking their hands in the air and moving their hips. They were following the ministrations of Kevin LaMarr Jones, a ’94 graduate of the University of Richmond and founder of CLAVES UNIDOS, a collective of artists who explore and connect the African Diaspora through song and dance.
The University of Richmond has become the fourth school in Atlantic-10 history to have two A-10 players of the week in the first two weeks of the season.
During a student-requested panel on Tuesday, Nov. 12, three Asian-American professors discussed what it is like to be Asian during "Asia Week" on a predominantly white campus.
It was 96 degrees on the first Wednesday of October, and the sun beamed down on Independence Golf Club as Calle Nielson playfully scolded her team for not putting on sunscreen.
Sept. 8-9: Kingsmill Invitational, Williamsburg, Virginia