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Tuesday night at the President's Forum, University of Richmond President Ed Ayers spoke to students about the university's history and its plans for the future, particularly the completion of the Richmond Promise, the university's goals to be accomplished between 2009 and 2014.
When athletes are recruited by University of Richmond, coaches and representatives of the athletic department tell them that, ideally, once in their four-year tenure their team will have the opportunity to travel abroad, junior field hockey player Becca Barry said.
Ring Dance is an annual event with an unknown year of origin. It is a one-night celebration to commemorate the academic accomplishments of Westhampton College junior women, for which parents fly across the country to escort their daughters down the stairs at the Jefferson Hotel and to see the white-clad group form the "W" at the bottom.
The Princeton Review selected University of Richmond for its 2014 list of 75 best value private colleges, praising its combination of academic opportunities of a large research university and advantages of a small liberal arts college.
Madison Holleran, a freshman member of the University of Pennsylvania track team, jumped to her death from a parking garage two weeks ago. The New York Daily News reported a family friend had said her suicide was a result of the stress of wanting to excel in academics and athletics.
One week after winning their first Grammy Award in the Best R & B Performance category, Snarky Puppy appeared on stage in the University of Richmond's Alice Jepson Theatre on Feb. 1.
The Asian Student Union (ASU) and the Korean American Student Association (KASA) collaborated to host a dinner Jan. 31 celebrating the Lunar New Year.
Junior Sarah Steppacher started working at the Youth Life Foundation with a second-grade girl at the beginning of her sophomore year. Now, her mentee is so attached to her that when other children ask Steppacher to be their mentor for the day, the girl firmly stakes her claim, saying, "But, she's my mentor."
Virginia ranks second-worst in the nation for toxic chemical pollution in the state's waterways, according to a recently published report by the University of Richmond School of Law.
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The future of unpaid internships is in question, after two unpaid interns won a lawsuit against Fox Searchlight Pictures that is likely to set a precedent for internship programs nationwide.
When freshman Jackie Arnold walked into her room in Moore Hall last October and saw a small brown animal on her floor, she thought it was a mouse. But when she got closer, it hissed at her. Arnold's room was home to a bat.
Last weekend, 144 students attended Q-Camp, an annual business bootcamp that University of Richmond holds at the local Westin hotel.
University of Richmond was not immune to the national trend of college students setting up "confessions" Facebook pages for their schools, which has become popular in the past few years. But the Richmond Confessions page has had such an impact on the university community that leaders of three student organizations thought it would be beneficial to host a roundtable discussion focusing on it.
Information systems professor Ellen Walk started running at age 56 and joined the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness' training team for the 2012 Monument Avenue 10K as soon as she could run a mile.
It only took about five minutes to crack 70 percent of University of Richmond students' passwords in a test last year, which did not associate the passwords with students' NetIDs, security administrator Anthony Head said.
Last week the Camp Kesem University of Richmond chapter hosted Kesemania--a recruitment campaign, which can be used to begin the application process for Camp Kesem counselors.
One of the most competitive positions on campus isn't a business school internship--it's to become an orientation adviser.
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President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama hope that institutions of higher education can step up to help underprivileged youth facing challenges when applying to college, they said during the College Opportunity Summit last Thursday.