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I sit in the sunny spot of my couch, my television showing what appears to be a warehouse in black and white. Long periods of silence. Intermittent spurts of ambient, highly reverberated music. A figure moving nonchalantly in and out of perfectly still frames. Infuriating anticipation building each second.
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, players on the University of UR baseball team are staying at home with an eye on the future.
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After more than three years of work, chemistry professor Ryan Coppage and senior Nathan Dinh were finally ready to present their pioneering research on ceramic glazes at the American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition.
Rana Dajani’s advice to her audience at the University of Richmond on March 3 was to act on their ideas, even if these ideas seem impossible.
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Redshirt junior Sam Geiersbach and first-year Arden Tierney, student-athletes on the University of Richmond women's lacrosse team, were named Media Honorable Mention All-America by 2020 Inside Lacrosse in its monthly publication in March.
Have you ever wondered how statistically likely you are to get a single in Thomas Hall? Or how many coveted single-single suites are available on the University of Richmond campus? Or how equal, exactly, the gender assignments for each room type are?
University of Richmond’s Office for Sustainability partnered with the E. Claiborne Robins School of Business, Bonner Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) and the Creativity-Innovation-Entrepreneurship Initiative (CIE) to start the Sustainable Solutions Challenge, which was open to all students.
Just like most other college students who are missing their friends, social activities and busy calendars, I have had to look for alternative forms of entertainment during quarantine.
The Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Coordinating Committee (SMPRCC), the successor to the President's Advisory Committee for Sexual Violence Prevention and Response (PAC), released its final report in January 2020 regarding the status of the PAC’s recommendations and the work the SMPRCC had done.
The rampant increase of social distancing regulations has come with a greater public reliance on the world's favorite celebrities and influencers.
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The Center for Student Involvement and the Student Organization Budget and Appropriations Committee (SOBAC) are responding to suspended campus events as UR adapts to remote learning amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.
Working out in quarantine may seem nearly impossible, especially if you do not have the standard equipment at home. But fitting in a good, free, at-home workout via apps or social media can be easier than you think.
Perhaps the scariest parts about COVID-19 are the uncertainty about the virus itself, its rapid spread and confusion about how we carry on. No matter how many news sources we consult, experts we listen to or emails we read, it seems no one knows the answers to the most pressing questions. In a world where college students can easily find answers to their questions through email, conversations or the news, we have somehow lost that control.
In a time when social distancing has become the new normal, I have observed that students are relying on social media to help stay in touch with friends.
This past Monday, March 23, juniors Blake Francis, Jacob Gilyard and Grant Golden were all selected to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) District 4 Second-Team.
The University of Richmond had to change plans for just about everything in the near future following the global spread of COVID-19 and its transition to remote learning.