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The recent racist attacks have left many students of color uncertain about their decision to attend the University of Richmond, including me. As I write this article, I still have not told my parents about the events on campus because I know that the moment I do, they will not be able to think about anything else.
I’m just doing my best to break down the nonsense, playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins told his audience Friday night in Camp Concert Hall of the Modlin Center for the Arts.
Singers Sean Kingston and Bryce Vine performed at the Robins Center Friday night at the University of Richmond's annual spring concert. The concert was hosted and organized by SpiderBoard, who invited students, faculty, alumni and the Richmond community to attend.
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.
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.
Editor's note: Josh Kim is a member of The Collegian staff.
For many American college students, studying abroad during their undergraduate years has become a popular decision. The idea of residing in another country to learn about a new culture and to gain a new level of understanding and reflection is appealing.
Vending machines are commonly associated with the promotion of sugary snacks and artificial-colored chips. Although they often house some of the worst options in the food pyramid, they are still used throughout college campuses because of the quick convenience.
Longevity and Happiness
If you have been to the gym lately, you may have noticed two large, white contraptions near the entrance.
College students understand the delight that arises upon receiving a package from home. The idea that our parents have packed our favorite snacks and extra supplies — along with the fact that we will not have to go out and buy these items ourselves — cheers us up like nothing else.
Spotluck went from a simple idea in the basement of a house to the No. 1 discount dining app in the iTunes Store – and it has now reached the Richmond community.
University of Richmond dance teams Embody and Block Crew are hosting a joint showcase titled Emblock at 9 p.m. in The Pier on April 14. In anticipation of the show, I sat down with Brian Li, RC ‘17, and Tia McArtis, WC ‘17, who are the respective captains for Block Crew and Embody, and asked them some questions about their time at UR and in the dance community.
UberEATS, the food delivery service created by the Uber platform, became available to Richmond residents last week on March 16. The meal-ordering and delivery app was founded in 2014 and has been implemented in major cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas.
That time of year has come upon us once again. A sneeze here, a cough there and suddenly, everyone around us is sick. Getting sick is tough with homework, tests and other obligations piling up. We need all the help we can get, and food is always a good option. Here are seven foods that help prevent sickness and shorten the recovery time from illness.
Dr. Sherry Ceperich, the newest full-time staff psychologist for University of Richmond's Counseling and Psychological Services, will spend much of her time working with sexual assault victims.
Three professional women discussed discrimination and sexual misconduct in the corporate world on a panel at the Robins School of Business on Wednesday.
In partnership with the Office of Student Development, the University of Richmond Police Department has introduced a safety app called LiveSafe.
Eileen Bedell, the Democratic candidate for Virginia’s 7th congressional district, visited University of Richmond to discuss healthcare, the minimum wage and other political issues on Tuesday.