Sept. 22: Loss 36-10 at Stony Brook
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Sept. 22: Loss 36-10 at Stony Brook
Since the beginning of classes on Aug. 27, 11 fire alarms have gone off in Gray Court, a co-ed upper-class residence hall on campus that houses 294 students, primarily sophomores.
University of Richmond announced a new partnership with solar energy company sPower, the largest private owner of solar assets in the United States in August.
The Center for Student Involvement plans to host at least four more block parties this academic year, in order to create campus programs that are welcoming and available to the whole campus community, director Alison Bartel Keller said.
Senior Christopher Cotter greeted students in the Heilman Dining Center on Wednesday night with a smile and a request for names and emails.
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Senior Claudia Ajluni was offered a paid internship in New York City for this past summer. The opportunity aligned with her career interests, and every single one of her friends would be working there, too. Ajluni decided to decline the offer and stayed home in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, alone.
Chocolate pie with meringue on top is just one of the many treats served at the beloved dessert bar in the Heilman Dining Center.
Several funnel clouds were reported over the University of Richmond campus on Monday afternoon.
Richmond scored two touchdowns in the final minute to complete a dramatic comeback against Saint Francis. Redshirt junior quarterback Kevin Johnson completed a 65-yard drive with a pass to senior receiver Tyler Wilkins to cut the Saint Francis lead to 29-27 with only two seconds left on the clock. In the game’s final play, Saint Francis attempted to lateral the ball multiple times, which resulted in a fumble. Junior Spider defensive end Maurice Jackson recovered the ball and ran it 29 yards for the touchdown and the victory.
If the media and cyberspace are anything to go by, everybody seems to be a Nazi these days: proponents of border security, advocates for religious liberties, critics of religious extremism, practicing Christians and regular-old Americans who would otherwise mind their own business.
“I heard it cost four million dollars and there was an entire think tank!”
The university introduced changes to its shuttle schedule over the summer that have forced some students without cars to reconsider how they will go to and from campus.
The Interfraternity Council announced changes to fraternity lodge events, including new guest list policies, a smaller member to non-member ratio, stricter alcohol policies and a larger risk-management team.
Everything Convenience, the general store on campus that sells groceries, snacks and toiletries, has responded to a longtime request from the student body to sell fresh produce.
University of Richmond administration decided to maintain a normal work schedule for faculty and staff after already canceling classes, which will resume on Monday, and has prepared three back-up generators in anticipation of Hurricane Florence.
Editor's note: This story was updated after publishing to include information from Patrick Benner and information about the track of the storm and its effects in Richmond.
Ryan T. Anderson, author of When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment, spoke yesterday at the T.C. Williams School of Law. Anderson was invited by the Federalist Society, a “conservative and libertarian” group of law students, to speak on the legal matters of his book.
Feelings of nostalgia, perplexity and sadness filled the air at 6922 Staples Mill Road on Thursday, Aug. 30. After six years of traditionally spending Thursday nights at Mexican restaurant and nightclub El Gran Tucanazo, University of Richmond students waved goodbye to the Richmond staple for the final time.