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When people think of University of Richmond’s most successful athletic programs, track and field is likely not among them. But early into the 2017 outdoor season, several athletes are dominating local competition, with high expectations for the rest of the year.
The University of Richmond’s E. Claiborne Robins School of Business will offer a program for non-business majors this summer. The program will give students the opportunity to take upper-level business courses that they might not be able to take in the regular school year.
No numbers, figures or trends, but real people.
Now that it is officially Spring and Virginia is warming, everyone wants to spend more time outside to enjoy the weather.
Over 15 percent of students at the University of Richmond come from the top 1 percent of the income scale, compared to 20 percent of students that come from the entire bottom 60 percent of the scale, according to a recent study.
Everywhere you look, walls are going up.
On Tuesday, March 28, residents of Moore Hall, Robins Hall and South Court received notices to evacuate their rooms because of pest control issues.
The Virginia Young Democrats rechartered the University of Richmond chapter of College Democrats last month, prompting the club to look for new ways to influence politics on campus.
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A University of Richmond professor retired within a week of telling his class he was about to be arrested, leaving two first-year seminar courses with new instructors four weeks before final exams.
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A Richmond student entrepreneur's passion for connecting the consumer with local events has begun reaping rewards, having grown into a successful business and app.
For many vegan students, the process of working with Dining Services to bring more vegan food options to campus has been a difficult one.
Richmond announced in a release Thursday that it will reinstate four out of the five baseball players suspended in February for NCAA rule violations.
Long hours spent in the Gottwald Science Center on labs, lengthy research and reports are a common occurrence for many pre-health or science students. A student-run science publication has become yet another reason for Osmosis editor-in-chief Alex Long, RC ’17, to spend extra time inside the building.
Freshman Aquilla Maliyekkal paces the green carpeting of room 103 in Jepson Hall. He walks in circles around the well of the lecture hall, speaking to an empty audience. He furrows his brow and looks down at the ground, as the carefully planned speech he is reciting leaves his mind for a moment.
Although unsure about her intended major when she first arrived at Richmond, Melanie Lippert, WC '19, was determined to volunteer.
The rights to life, liberty and the exercise of personal agency have been enshrined in American thought and culture since 1776. The commitment to defending these basic human freedoms at home and abroad is one of our defining qualities as Americans.
University of Richmond students raised $5,580 on Saturday for its 11th annual Relay for Life, a 24-hour event that spreads awareness and raises money for the American Cancer Society's cancer research efforts.
Director Stéphanie Gillard is visiting Richmond from Paris for the whole week to speak at the 25th anniversary of the French Film Festival. On Monday, March 27, she gave a speech entitled "Reframing Cultural Survivance" about her time with the Lakota tribe.