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After a long preseason practice in the grueling August heat, Gus was still as energetic as ever. His team returned to the athletic training center to recover after their workout, and there was Gus, in the hot tub, “unwinding.” With a towel wrapped around his head, he was shoulder deep in the water, surrounded by bubbles and swaying back and forth, a wide smile across his face, singing loudly to anyone who passed.
Many students at UR may know seniors Jane Irving and Madeline Miller, but not necessarily by their names.
After six-and-a-half weeks on the road and 40 days of touring, Old Sea Brigade arrived in Richmond, Virginia, to perform his 32nd show of his 36-city North American tour.
What started for James Vonesh as a journey across the Virginia landscape to examine the James River soon sparked the creation of a four-week program in South Africa that carried students along the Tugela River watershed, Pongola River and African coastal plains.
Editor's Note: Melanie Lippert is a fall-season senior athlete.
One afternoon in 2012, the idea for a cupcake that looked like a bagel with cream cheese popped into the head of Richmond alumna Ashley Foxen, ‘10. Foxen was going to see her younger sister in Long Island that weekend, and they decided to see what they could create.
Timothy Litzenburg, a University of Richmond law school graduate, recently won the first case against the Monsanto agricultural company arguing that its Roundup weed killer — the most popular weed killer in the world — causes non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
“This all seems like monopoly money and then you graduate, and you suddenly realize you are paying $900 a month and can’t afford to get an apartment,” Sen. Mark Warner said on a conference call with campus newspapers in Virginia.
Scott Allison, a psychology professor at the University of Richmond, spent part of his gap year after college working at a restaurant.