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In the 2019 edition of The Princeton Review (The Best 384 Colleges: 2019 Edition), the University of Richmond maintained its reputation as one of the top-rated universities in the nation. UR ranked among the top 20 schools for dining options, health services, library facilities, study abroad programs and popularity of Greek life. It ranked among the top 10 schools for athletic facilities and quality of life among students and for having a beautiful campus. The university ranked among the top five schools for career services, classroom experience and internships, and it was ranked the No. 3 best-run college in the country. Incredible!
When rising senior Gwen Nguyen shrugged off her black motorcycle jacket, revealing a brown and white polka-dotted dress, black tights and black sneakers, she looked just like any other University of Richmond student.
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.
All student athletes at the University of Richmond must balance aspects of college life. But first-year athletes face the challenges of balancing Division I athletics, rigorous schoolwork and an active social life all for the very first time, athletes said.
Francesca Harper has danced on stage from the White House to the University of Richmond. Harper is visiting UR for the second time as a resident scholar in the dance department to work on creating an original piece with a group of the University Dancers.
A small group of students joined a public forum to discuss issues surrounding the discussion of contentious issues, especially issues on the University of Richmond campus.
Oct. 13: Win 27-24 at University of Albany
Fraternities at Richmond date back to 1870, and the university officially recognized them in 1912, Meg Pevarski, assistant director for Greek life, said.
Uber has transformed the way people, including students at the University of Richmond, live their daily lives. Services such as Uber have made on-demand transportation and food delivery possible.
When an email arrived in students' inboxes offering $300 a week for advertising with an adhesive sticker on a car, seniors Jack Reynolds and Emma Thomas jumped at the opportunity to earn extra money with little work.
Earlier this month, Rob Papandrea wrote an opinion piece about why Brett Kavanaugh should be confirmed to the Supreme Court (which you should go read). I disagree fundamentally with Papandrea's assertion that Kavanaugh should have been confirmed as well as the evidence he uses, so I felt motivated to write a response.
Rich McDonald may not be a well recognized face on campus, but if he weren't around, his service to the school would be greatly missed at any major event.
Along with a few essays, a potential midterm and a final project, students at the University of Richmond are seeing more civic engagement opportunities on their syllabi.
Two recent T.C. Williams School of Law graduates, Samantha Biggio and Heidi Drauschak, launched CrowdLobby to give the everyday person power in the political lobbying process.
The current path of Hurricane Michael extends up to Virginia, with Richmond expected to be hit with tropical storm-strength winds from Thursday night to Friday morning. Several states, including Alabama, Florida and Georgia, have issued states of emergency.
Democratic congressional candidate Abigail Spanberger supported offering a public, federal government-run health insurance plan to compete with private ones and allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices in a healthcare panel talk hosted in Ukrop Auditorium Sunday afternoon.
The pounding of hooves from a male deer could be heard in the education hallway of North Court around 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Nancy Bagranoff, dean of the E. Claiborne Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond, announced her plans to step down effective June 30, 2019 in a press release earlier today.
Last year, Hironaga Harauchi sat at his desk at Akita International University in Japan, reading his textbook and listening to his professor lecture the class on economics. The professor asked a question, but all the students stayed silent. After a few seconds, the professor continued on with his lecture until the class period ended.
BEES ARE DYING AT AN ALARMING RATE. This is a popular meme caption, but it is also a very real issue, especially in the United States, in Virginia and now on the University of Richmond’s campus.