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If you were on Lebanon’s northern coast sometime earlier this year, you might have seen a man carrying a collapsed, four-wheeled baby stroller. Inside this stroller sat not a child, however, but all of the man's belongings, stuffed in a 25-kilogram backpack. In the man’s other hand was a Palestinian flag.
After a long investigation, the young male suspect of the armed robbery that occurred on campus on Aug. 25 has been identified as Tyreek William Cox, according to the University Police.
Vice President Mike Pence joined Ryan McAdams, the Republican candidate for Virginia’s 4th Congressional District, in his campaign rally on Saturday, Oct. 22, in the SunTrust Center in downtown Richmond.
Yerba mate beverages are popular among University of Richmond students, but some studies show that the South American caffeinated tea can cause detrimental side effects.
The T.C. Williams School of Law held a symposium on Oct. 19 to continue the #MeToo discussion that has been occurring nationwide.
A small group of students joined a public forum to discuss issues surrounding the discussion of contentious issues, especially issues on the University of Richmond campus.
When an email arrived in students' inboxes offering $300 a week for advertising with an adhesive sticker on a car, seniors Jack Reynolds and Emma Thomas jumped at the opportunity to earn extra money with little work.
The current path of Hurricane Michael extends up to Virginia, with Richmond expected to be hit with tropical storm-strength winds from Thursday night to Friday morning. Several states, including Alabama, Florida and Georgia, have issued states of emergency.
Democratic congressional candidate Abigail Spanberger supported offering a public, federal government-run health insurance plan to compete with private ones and allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices in a healthcare panel talk hosted in Ukrop Auditorium Sunday afternoon.
The pounding of hooves from a male deer could be heard in the education hallway of North Court around 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Nancy Bagranoff, dean of the E. Claiborne Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond, announced her plans to step down effective June 30, 2019 in a press release earlier today.
A floating green substance called duckweed has recently given Westhampton Lake a vibrant, green appearance.
Editor's note: This story was updated to correct information that was inaccurately attributed to Guillaume Diaz.
Other social media platforms’ goal is to be the biggest. Snapchat's is to be the realest.
The Interim Coordinating Council for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Thriving (ICC) brought together university community members Wednesday afternoon to discuss the successes, institutional gaps and challenges in making UR a place where all students, faculty members and staff members can reach their full potential and thrive in an inclusive university community.
Carthene Bazemore-Walker recently joined the University of Richmond administration to fill a new position in the School of Arts and Sciences, assistant dean for diversity, thriving and inclusivity.
A University of Richmond student has spearheaded an initiative to encourage the university to develop an official statement or policy regarding freedom of speech on campus.
A pipe discharging mass amounts of water led University Facilities to turn off a valve controlling water flow to Sarah Brunet Hall, Millhiser Gymnasium and E. Claiborne Robins Stadium on Monday afternoon.
Students no longer have access to the Google Contact List and faculty members are restricted in the ways they mass contact students as the result of a Virginia law that went into effect this summer.
New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Haidt, who co-authored the book “The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas are Setting Up a Generation for Failure,” gave a lecture to faculty members, students and community members at the Queally Center on Thursday night.