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The good weather and festive atmosphere on the intramural fields Saturday afternoon were infectious and there were smiles all around as the Best Buddies organization and the InterFraternity Council (IFC) collaborated to host a philanthropy event benefitting the Special Olympics.
With four seconds remaining and the Spiders carefully nursing a two point lead, T.J. Cline headed to the line and sunk two free throws – his 24th and 25th points of the night — which would ultimately be his last two in the Robins Center.
Despite frigid, 20-degree wind chill Wednesday morning, dozens of protesters gathered outside the SunTrust building in downtown Richmond to express growing dissent for newly-appointed U.S. Attorney General and Alabama’s former Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions.
Fifteen University of Richmond students spent spring break in Detroit, Michigan, engaging with community partners as part of a new service learning trip organized by University of Richmond's The SEEDS Project.
All international students on campus received an email last week from the Office of International Education including a link to an article from the Washington Post detailing President Trump’s new executive order.
People often ask me what my definition of the word "feminism" is, as though it could have more than one. The definition of feminism, according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, is the theory of political, economic and social equality of the sexes.
While most people were tanning on a beach or relaxing at home over spring break, 14 ambitious students were battling endless heat, mud
Even though the NCAA tournament gets the most national attention, it’s not the only one around. For teams not good enough or lucky enough to make the cut, there's the National Invitational Tournament, or NIT.
Sheila Johnson, an entrepreneur and co-founder of Black Entertainment Television (BET), will serve as the main graduation speaker during commencement weekend, May 6-7, according to an announcement from University Communications Monday.
For the second year in a row the Spiders men's lacrosse team has taken down a top-10 ranked program, this time beating the defending national champions University of North Carolina Monday night.
Editor's note: The Collegian allowed the following piece to be written anonymously at the request of the writer and because of what the editors agreed were special circumstances.
Matthew Waxman, RC ‘17 and Kari Rawls, WC ‘18, have planned a pub crawl around the city of Richmond with a special twist for this year’s senior class at the University of Richmond.
University of Richmond's own campus radio station, WDCE, has compiled five of the best new albums available now on Spotify. Reviewed by the executive staff, these albums are tailored for your next great playlist.
The Office of Sustainability has created a simple, transparent way for students to keep track of the university’s progress on sustainability-related initiatives and its plans for the future, as well as areas where improvement is needed.
Starting in the fall of 2017, University of Richmond students will have the opportunity to study abroad in Havana, Cuba -- a city that, until recently, was closed off to most American citizens.
It’s been more than 15 years since Vanessa Carlton’s iconic single “A Thousand Miles” hit airwaves, making the former ballerina-turned-singer a household name. The consequential release of her debut album "Be Not Nobody" thrust Carlton into the spotlight, and since then, four of her five studio albums have hit the Billboard Top 200.
Richmond track and field star and junior Amanda Corbosiero received her second consecutive Atlantic 10 Performer of the Week Award last week, rebounding after missing the fall cross-country season with an injury.
University of Richmond’s chapter of Sigma Chi brought sexual assault awareness to the campus’s attention this week by selling shirts with the message “No More ΣXcuses It Ends Now…” across the back.
Senior Marie Fernandez is the President of SEEDS. Hailing from Charlottesville, Virginia, Fernandez got involved with SEEDS during her freshman year and fell in love. The annual SEEDS spring break trip is just around the corner, so I talked to Fernandez about the program and its service.
Richmond's men's lacrosse team won a fierce, action-packed game against Marquette University Saturday afternoon. Although the team had a slow start in the first quarter, it picked up the momentum and came out with a 9–2 win. Richmond goalie Benny Pugh had consistent saves while Peter Moran won consistent face-offs. Teddy Hatfield and Ryan Lee formed a solid tag team as they worked on attack.