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Several University of Richmond football players participated in field drills and worked out before of NFL scouts and position coaches Thursday at First Market Stadium. Running back Josh Vaughan, fullback John Crone, defensive ends Lawrence Sidbury and Sherman Logan, and tight ends Joe Stewart and Joe Monteverde took part in the event.
March 3, 9:58 a.m. -- Despite temperatures in the teens and some icy roadways and sidewalks, the University of Richmond will be open today and operating on a normal business and class schedule, university officials announced at 5:30 a.m.
The worst winter weather in eight years slammed into Virginia Sunday night into Monday morning, leaving about seven inches of snow at the University of Richmond campus and forcing the cancellation of Monday classes.
Few students are aware that a 2,700-year-old Egyptian mummy has been the University of Richmond's property for 133 years.
Mikhail was a physicist in Russia. He now works at Food Lion bagging groceries. Peter was a computer science professor in Russia. He has retired to the United States and now volunteers at libraries and computer laboratories. Saul dropped out of college in Guatemala. He paints houses in Richmond and said he hoped to live in New York City one day. Jeanette came to the United States 14 years ago, after escaping political persecution in Haiti. She is in the final stages of getting her U.S. citizenship.
The University Dancers will present a diverse mix of dances during "Imagine," the group's 24th annual spring concert, which will be performed from Feb. 27 through March 1 in the Alice Jepson Theatre.
The University of Richmond women's swimming and diving team won its eighth consecutive Atlantic 10 championship Saturday after beating seven A-10 records during four days of competition at the Flickinger Center in Buffalo, N.Y.
For many University of Richmond students, dreams of becoming a rock star may never go beyond the walls of Sine Irish Pub on karaoke Thursdays. But for one freshman, that dream has just begun after the iTunes release of his debut album.
Junior Nikita Thomas recorded a double-double to lead the University of Richmond women's basketball team to a 60-51 victory over the visiting University of Dayton.
Michael Christian has literally tried every kiss in the book -- his own book, "The Art of Kissing," an international bestseller that has been translated into 19 foreign languages and printed more than 250,000 times worldwide.
In one room students were making double helix DNA models out of Twizzlers and Gummy Bears. In another room they were playing an intense game of DNA Jeopardy, where someone was always quick to raise a hand and answer the question. Elementary school students were learning the names and functions of cell components and made models out of Jello-O, sprinkles and jellybeans.
The University of Richmond's swimming and diving team and women's basketball team don't usually share many similarities, but this year they share something rare.
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It was almost a year ago when I first met members of the "Extreme Croquet Club of Richmond" playing on the Westhampton Green. I was standing under a tree on a cold, rainy Sunday when I heard the now familiar crack of a croquet mallet hitting a croquet ball. I looked over at the group and watched wondering who would want to be outside on a day like that.
The University of Richmond's football coaching staff has added two new members to its ranks.
You can listen to composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim repeatedly and learn something new each time, music professor Gene Anderson says. And after Sondheim's double feature with host Frank Rich Monday at the Camp Concert Hall and the Landmark Theater in downtown Richmond, that became clear.
The Richmond swimming and diving team trumped James Madison University 167-127 Saturday in front of a raucous crowd at the Robins Center Natatorium, led by three seniors competing in their final home meet, and several freshmen swimming in their first.
Contractors have finished more than half of the Tyler Haynes Commons' $3.19 million renovation.
I'm afraid I haven't been completely honest with myself during the last year and a half of college. There are times in life -- you might have experienced them -- when you realize you've made tons of small decisions and finally reached a TAM point ... That Ain't Me. I know myself too well to actually believe that my passions are dead and my dreams small. To think I had finally arrived at a point of comfort with the world around me ... TAM. I recently realized that when I'm here at school, I spread myself so thin that sometimes I'm not actually anywhere -- moving too fast and caring too little for what's going on around me. Most of my relationships are like faces when the train goes by and you can just barely make out the blur before it's gone.