Athlete of the week: football's David Jones
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Athlete of the week: football's David Jones
Richmond tradition calls for the election of a homecoming king and queen every fall. All the nominees compete in a gameshow and help serve treats during a dinner at the dining hall. Facebook “likes” also aid in the homecoming court battle.
In a society that is becoming increasingly more digitalized by the day, news organizations flood the email inboxes of their readers. Notifications of different story headlines are distributed via several media sources, making an effort to grab someone’s attention.
Authorities searching for Hannah Graham found human remains Saturday on an abandoned property within 10 miles of where the University of Virginia student was last seen over a month ago, police said.
Tori Barbino, Westhampton College ’15, has identified and is in contact with women within the Islamic State for a research project in which she will study how they perceive human rights and laws in the United States.
Athlete of the week: field hockey’s Rebecca Barry
You go to Heilman Dining Center at least once a day. You go there to have breakfast, lunch, dinner or even all of them. You take your tray with you once you’re done. But inevitably, you leave some trace of your meal behind. As you approach the exit, you remember the drops of guacamole all over the table and you decide to turn around and go back to your table — and there they are.
Rapper Sammy Adams will return to University of Richmond for this year's homecoming concert, student organizations announced Tuesday.
The market for cosmetic procedures is no longer limited to the rich and famous, and rising social media trends, such as “selfies,” are transforming an increasingly younger age group into patients.
In the Modlin Center this weekend, time will fast-forward by half a century in the theatre department's newest play, "Clybourne Park"
With the MLB postseason upon us and the playoff bracket set, sports analysts have placed their bets on who they believe will be the next Kings of October, and University of Richmond's resident experts — nine players on the baseball team — have weighed in as well.
Robert Thurman is not only Uma Thurman’s father, but also one of the leading experts on Tibetan Buddhism and the first American to be ordained as a Tibetan monk by the Dalai Lama. On the evening of Sept. 30 in a packed Jepson Alumni Center, Thurman spoke to a crowd of students, staff and Richmond community members about the Buddhist perspective on conflict and anger.
Two simple words define commitment. The question is knowing when it is the right or wrong time to say them. At least four University of Richmond students have already said, “I do,” or are still in the planning stages — with engagement rings to prove it.
“I stand before you this evening as an African American, transgender woman,” Laverne Cox said Monday night before a sold-out Camp Concert Hall. “I stand before you as an artist. I stand before you as an actress — an Emmy-nominated actress — I stand before you as a daughter and a sister.”
Michael C. Leopold, a University of Richmond chemistry professor, has been awarded a three-year grant by the National Science Foundation to continue his research for using nanomaterials to create sensors that are able to detect different targets, like uric and lactic acid, in the bloodstream.
Dangerously high levels of E. coli and coliform detected in Westhampton Lake have forced Delta Gamma and Theta Chi to postpone their joint philanthropic event, Richmond Regatta.
Zachary Chu’s passion for coaching led him to a dream opportunity of interning this past summer with Nike, which allowed him to travel the world and meet some of the biggest names in professional basketball.
A suspect in the disappearance of a University of Virginia sophomore was arrested by police Wednesday afternoon on a Texas beach, police announced, and is being sent back to Virginia.
The 30th World Mountain Running Championship was hosted Sept. 14 in Massa, Italy, where a University of Richmond cross-country runner secured a silver medal for the United States team by the smallest of margins.