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Philip's Continental Lounge, better known as Phil's among Richmond students, will be forced to relocate when its lease expires on June 30, 2011. Phil's restaurant and bar has been located at 5704 Grove Ave. in the Shops at Libbie & Grove for over 72 years. When Kyle Measell and his wife took ownership of Phil's eight years ago, they introduced Thursday night karaoke, which exploded in popularity among students. Measell said he would be sorry to make the move, but was thankful for the continued support from Richmond's student body.
There were many moments in Brittani Shells' career that felt like a Hollywood film.
After the University of Richmond men's basketball team finishes its run in the NCAA Tournament, the team should sit down for dinner and discuss its record-breaking season. Here are some things the players could bring.
On Tuesday night, University of Richmond football player Donte Boston and former teammate Kevin Grayson, RC '10, spoke to 22 players and the coaching staff from the George Wythe High School basketball program at a team dinner about the importance of academics.
Three University of Richmond football players have been suspended indefinitely from the team, and another has left the school, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
The Virginia General Assembly adjourned its annual legislative session after passing revisions to its $78 billion two-year budget.
Kevin Anderson scored 20 points in Saturday's win against the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, surpassing the 2,000-point mark and making him the third all-time scorer in University of Richmond basketball history.
Sophomore Jake Mayers didn't want to leave the game.
Senior Rudy Pett started playing rugby during fall 2009, when he studied abroad in Argentina. He joined the University of Richmond men's rugby club when he returned to school in the spring, already a second-semester junior.
My favorite moment of last year's Major League Baseball season was when Detroit Tigers fans gave umpire Jim Joyce a standing ovation a day after his blown call robbed Tigers' pitcher Armando Galarraga of a perfect game.
Before tip-off against St. Bonaventure University, the five seniors on the men's basketball team — Kevin Anderson, Justin Harper, Dan Geriot, Kevin Smith and Kevin Hovde — received a framed picture. With its 82-67 victory, Richmond moved to 21-7 overall and 10-3 in the Atlantic 10 Conference.
The University of Richmond women's basketball led by 17 points in the first half of Saturday afternoon's game against George Washington University, but saw its lead dwindle to a single point with 10 minutes remaining.
A male-only Living and Learning community scheduled to start next fall for first-year students interested in business has ignited controversy with some women in the Robins School of Business.
A time long ago, before the Cadillac Escalade with the busted passenger windows crashed into a fire hydrant in the magical golf world known as Isleworth, there was a golfer whom all other golfers across the globe feared.
Super Bowl XLV's announced crowd was 103,219, a little more than 700 seats short of the record for the largest attendance at a Super Bowl.
Sophomore Taylor Durland checked into the Westin Hotel on Friday afternoon to take part in Q-Camp, a two-day business seminar held Jan. 28-29 for a select number of Robins School of Business students.
Westhampton Lake is like homework for University of Richmond students -- it can't be avoided.
The only dispute I ever imagined between rap star Lil Wayne and NBA star LeBron James was who had the best new ink.
Brittani Shells hung her head as University of Dayton guard Patrice Lalor made two free throws to give the Flyers a 60-53 lead over the University of Richmond women's basketball team. With less than two minutes to play, Shells missed a six-foot shot that would have cut Dayton's lead from five points to three points. Dayton went on to extend its lead in the final minute, handing the Spiders their first Atlantic 10 Conference loss, 66-55, Saturday night at the Robins Center.
Two of the three University of Richmond baseball players who were convicted of petty larceny and trespassing charges stemming from thefts last spring in Gray Court are no longer enrolled at Richmond.