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In the past, Valentine’s Day primarily focused on love, sex and admiration in romantic relationships. An emphasis on dreamy dates resulted in packed restaurants, theaters, parks, ice cream shops and bedrooms. Gifts included expensive jewelry, bouquets of flowers, enticing lingerie and endless amounts of chocolate. Valentine’s Day was for couples to have an excuse to display affection toward one another. People not in happy relationships, however, were left out of the picture entirely.
John P. Hardt spent 18 years in a job he loved, but when the opportunity to be the athletic director at the University of Richmond arose, he couldn't say no.
The University of Richmond synchronized swimming team celebrated its 50th anniversary at its home competition against Ohio State University on Feb. 10.
Longevity and Happiness
Boatwright Memorial Library and first-year dorms on the Westhampton side of campus are no longer included on the tour route for prospective students at the University of Richmond.
Alpha Chi Sigma is the longest-standing science fraternity in the U.S. and is now the University of Richmond’s largest chemistry organization on campus.
Flu season at the University of Richmond is typical this year, despite recent news reports that the national flu season is more intense than previous years.
Editor’s Note: In her talk, Kristina Anderson said she never calls the shooter by name in order to limit notoriety. Anderson also asked that the name not be written in The Collegian's article. The shooter will be referred to as "the shooter" or "the perpetrator."
A University of Richmond senior made it to the second round of auditions of the Emmy Award-winning singing competition "The Voice" last month after his acapella group encouraged him to try out.
New receptions honoring Westhampton College student-athletes and women and gender-expansive students of color will take place this spring, according to a recent email sent to the campus community.
Over winter break, Hillel, the University of Richmond’s Jewish student organization, announced its first Birthright Israel trip designed specifically for students at UR and George Mason University.
The University of Richmond Men’s Basketball team defeated VCU 77-76 in the Lumber Liquidators Capital City Classic Wednesday night at the Robins Center.
A storm of tweets flooded Twitter yesterday and today claiming Juuls, a type of electronic cigarettes, are causing waves of lung cancer in young people.
While watching President Donald Trump deliver his first State of the Union Address last week, one thing was clear: we are restoring the rule of law and making sure our government exists to serve the people once again.
On Feb. 2, 2018, the Republican National Committee officially endorsed President Trump’s “efforts to bar transgender people from military service” altogether. Once again, transgender soldiers have to fight off the battlefield against the president’s administration. Yet the military is but one arena of many where trans people and other people who do not conform to the gender non-binary have felt discrimination.
Did you throw away uneaten food today? Did you let a waiter at The Cellar or an off-campus restaurant clear your plate without boxing up leftover food? If so, consider this: On average, college campuses throw out 22 million pounds of uneaten food in one year, while one in six Americans go hungry.
Saturday Night Live. Goldman Sachs. The White House. The Orlando Sentinel. Vanderbilt University. The U.S. Army and Navy. IBM. And now, the University of Richmond.
Despite campus crime rates remaining consistent in 2017 according to URPD, two criminal cases in particular received attention on and off campus.
Painted rocks placed on campus by a University of Richmond student are brightening the days of those who see them, students said.
Members of the University of Richmond’s Information Services department discovered around 3,000 UR email addresses published to a hidden database, according to an email sent to affected students and faculty on Jan. 26.