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Subject to Change (STC), University of Richmond's improvisational comedy troupe, brought the Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB), a traveling professional improv and sketch comedy group based in New York, to teach a workshop last week to improve their improv skills and put on a show for students.
The Collegian will be publishing a photo series titled Academic Alcoves in the last week of classes showcasing various Professor's offices around the University of Richmond. This is the first installment of seven.
The Collegian will be publishing a photo series in the last week of classes showcasing various professor's offices around the University of Richmond. This is the third installment of seven.
With thighs full of bruises and several late nights filled with little sleep, five sororities are a day away from showcasing their stepping routines during the Stepping 101 competition, hosted by Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
The University of Richmond’s "It's On Us" Week of Action, a week devoted to sexual assault awareness, concluded last weekend after a well-attended series of events were hosted throughout campus.
Cristina Peters, WC '18, won second place in an international photography contest for one of her photos that was part of a larger exhibit titled "Small Spaces."
Two University of Richmond seniors have a homegrown mission to empower women in Bolivia after receiving a $10,000 grant for their crocheted clothing company, Todo Suma.
Joel Mier runs into his 1:30 p.m. class occasionally a minute or two late after he finishes a business call.
University of Richmond students sprawled out on blankets on the Westhampton Green Wednesday night to support GreenUR’s outdoor screening
of "Before the Flood."
It has been 16 years since the University of Richmond had a varsity synchronized swimming program, but that has not stopped the team from competing at the highest level. UR synchro has been able to keep pace with varsity teams and outperform club powerhouses, thanks to dedicated coaches and enthusiastic swimmers.
“Alright, chicos, chicas!” Choreographer Liliana Bravo, WC ’17, calls to a room full of dancers. “Listos?”
I hear it all the time at University of Richmond. Every week, every semester, from friends and peers.
Nearly 400 students gathered in the forum Tuesday night for the University of Richmond’s annual Take Back the Night event.
On an exceptionally sunny and warm day, a bright yellow T-shirt decorated with the phrase, “I don’t think you know you raped me,” hung from a wooden structure in the University Forum.
On a fall day in Lausanne, Switzerland, Jackie Sirc, WC '17, was out shopping in search of an old-fashioned dress for a Titanic-themed event when she noticed groups of people flowing up a hill chanting, carrying signs and passing out flyers.
Barbie Savani’s expression betrays little emotion as she canters around the outdoor ring at Haverhill Farm in Manakin-Sabot, Virginia, on a towering bay horse named Spencer.
When people think of University of Richmond’s most successful athletic programs, track and field is likely not among them. But early into the 2017 outdoor season, several athletes are dominating local competition, with high expectations for the rest of the year.
The University of Richmond’s E. Claiborne Robins School of Business will offer a program for non-business majors this summer. The program will give students the opportunity to take upper-level business courses that they might not be able to take in the regular school year.
No numbers, figures or trends, but real people.
Now that it is officially Spring and Virginia is warming, everyone wants to spend more time outside to enjoy the weather.