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The Thursday before Thanksgiving, junior Kaitlyn Ostrom decided she wanted to travel. The weekend was approaching and her group of friends decided to plan a trip. Ostrom was studying abroad for the semester, and traveling on weekends was standard procedure. Unfortunately, that night, Ostrom received news that would change her plans. Her intended place of destination, Tel Aviv, had just been hit by missiles. Retaliation and fatality would be soon to come. Ostrom would have to do something else with her Saturday.
In order to help students keep up with their health and fitness related New Year's resolutions, the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness held a Resolution Solutions event on Tuesday, Jan. 15.
The University of Richmond board members were greeted Thursday on the third floor of the Tyler Haynes Commons by wraps, pasta salad, chips, brownies and about 50 students holding signs in support of reinstating the men's track and field and soccer programs.
New electronic dorm-room locks were installed in Lora Robins Court during the summer, allowing residents to open their rooms with only their Spidercard and a pin code.
Members of the Kappa Sigma fraternity exhibited marvelous moustaches Tuesday in the Tyler Haynes Commons at the 38th annual Movember Trivia Night.
Richmond played its closest game of the season Thursday after blowing out its first two opponents.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy's destruction of the New Jersey coastline, junior Matt Palmisano did not get much sleep, he said.
The Student Alliance for Sexual Diversity at the University of Richmond has developed a t-shirt and video campaign to cultivate a more inviting on-campus environment, in which LGBTQ members can feel more included, said Lydia Wang, co-president of the organization.
Delaware quarterback Trent Hurley's final throw into the end zone was caught by Richmond safety Cooper Taylor, spoiling the Blue Hens' fourth-quarter comeback attempt.
Richmond guard Kris King's jump shot at the end of the first half put the Spiders ahead for the first time; the team didn't trail for the rest of the game.
The University of Connecticut's head women's basketball coach, Geno Auriemma, is proposing that the rim for women's collegiate basketball be lowered seven inches.
Alumni returned to campus this past weekend, joining students and faculty to celebrate Homecoming and participate in a bonfire, tailgate, football game and other festivities.
The new sorority and student activities cottages opened their doors to students and alumni on Saturday afternoon after three years of planning and decades of anticipation.
The Richmond men's soccer program played its final game on Friday, as it was announced earlier this year that it would be cut, along with men's track and field, in favor of adding a men's lacrosse program. The team played to 3-3 tie with nationally-ranked VCU. Senior goalkeeper Chris Grover led the way for the Spiders with 11 saves, while Nick Butler, Oliver Murphy and Mannaan Umar scored a goal each.
About 75 students and community members lined up in front of Jepson Hall at 5:45 a.m. on Sunday to demonstrate their political views on "The Today Show."
Sophomore linebacker Eric Wright has become a respected leader on the University of Richmond's football team, not only because of his talent, but also because of his moral character and religious devotion.
As Leon Herrera studies at the University of Richmond, his friends and family in Madrid are haunted by Spain's economic and political unrest.
During the recent decision to cut both men's soccer and track and field, the appointed task-force had reportedly considered advancing a women's club team to varsity status, specifically volleyball or crew, instead of the cuts, said Jim Miller (director of athletics), in an interview shortly after the announcement was made.
Junior Alexis Achey lives in the University Forest Apartments with her service dog, Winston, who helps her to manage her Type 1 Diabetes through his sense of smell, which detects when her blood sugar levels are out of range.
University of Richmond alumnus Mason Tvert is one of the leading advocates for legalizing marijuana in Colorado through Amendment 64, which if passed in November, would create the first state system where marijuana would be regulated and taxed like alcohol.