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University of Richmond was not immune to the national trend of college students setting up "confessions" Facebook pages for their schools, which has become popular in the past few years. But the Richmond Confessions page has had such an impact on the university community that leaders of three student organizations thought it would be beneficial to host a roundtable discussion focusing on it.
University of Richmond went 32-35 from the foul line as it came back in the second half to beat University of Dayton, 73-64, at the Robins Center.
Long Nguyen, a senior, didn't just study abroad--he spent the fall of his final university year engaging in illegal activity in Vietnam.
Despite a career-high 29 points from Cedrick Lindsay, University of Richmond fell to No. 24 University of North Carolina in the first semifinal of the Hall of Fame Tipoff at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. on Saturday.
University of Richmond outscored Hofstra University 16-5 in overtime on its way to a 74-63 win Tuesday night at the Robins Center.
Two University of Richmond students produced the viral video "We Are One Richmond" last week, promoting the basketball team as a unifying force for Richmond's student body, and students' attention to basketball has so far been more prominent than last year only two games into the season.
The University of Richmond field hockey team quickly recovered after a slow start and scored four second-half goals en route to a 7-2 win over the La Salle University Explorers Friday.
The Richmond Rowdies have big plans for the start of basketball season Friday, Nov. 8 against University of Delaware in the newly renovated Robins Center.
Last Friday afternoon, I was hacking away at Chinese privet in a national park with a lopper, a cutting tool. This deciduous shrub has taken over large swaths of the Rural Plains unit of Richmond National Battlefield Park. This isn't a normal way to start the weekend, even for a Richmond student, but when you're studying invasive species removal, the best way to learn is to do it.
Anyone who follows Richmond Confessions on Facebook knows that scrolling through those sad, funny and sometimes blatantly weird posts is the perfect way to procrastinate an evening away. It's fun to see who is always commenting, and to laugh it off when someone confesses to being the contributor of "almost every" post.
Who went to the Richmond Street Art Festival? Wasn't that so cool?
On Friday, Sept. 27, President Edward Ayers spoke at length on the recent past and future of University of Richmond in Camp Concert Hall in the Modlin Center for the Arts. A large crowd of parents and students gathered to hear the presentation during Family Weekend.
A few weeks ago, I ventured into a space I would normally avoid: a fraternity apartment party.
Could it happen today? A young man is deceived, beaten within inches of his life with a gun and left for dead, tied to a fence post in the middle of nowhere. He stays there for 18 hours before being found, barely recognizable with a bashed-in skull and blood covering his entire face.
The national Cultures and Language Across the Curriculum conference held at University of Richmond last week emphasized building a sustainable program that could accommodate growth, with a focus on funding and technology use.
It has been almost 100 years since the first class enrolled at Westhampton College Sept. 17, 1914, and University of Richmond is preparing for the centennial celebrations to occur on campus next September.
Things didn't look good for the Spiders. Senior John Laub had suffered a broken ankle in a game at University of New Hampshire, and to make matters worse, University of Richmond lost the game. The fourth-ranked James Madison University Dukes were scheduled to visit E. Claiborne Robins Stadium the following week.
Approximately 75 students, faculty and staff gathered on Thursday night in the Keller Hall Reception Room to view a screening of "The Laramie Project." The movie is based on the play of the same name, which is the 2013-2014 selection for the One Book, One Richmond program.
The women's field hockey team had its first win of the season Saturday afternoon in a dominating 6-0 performance against Davidson College.