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Senior Dan Kunath grew up around stock-car racing. Back in his hometown in Raleigh, North Carolina, locals would build their own stock cars and race them on small quarter-mile tracks. Being able to go to an actual NASCAR race with professional stock cars was a treat, Kunath said.
By the time I made it to college, I had already met a couple of harsh realities. One, that high school came and passed without a single resemblance to “High School Musical,” and two, that the college admissions process took a little more effort than Elle Woods’ video submission in “Legally Blonde.”
Despite taking place in the shadow of an impending “Cellar Wednesday,” pizza and politics dominated the Tyler Haynes Commons on Wednesday night.
Tze Loo, associate professor of history and international studies, and Dan Chen, assistant professor of political science, spoke at the Protests in Hong Kong Teach-In on Wednesday, Oct. 23, which aimed to help students understand the historical origins and political evolutions of the Hong Kong protests.
Members of the Richmond community gathered to walk in unity at Deep Run Park Saturday morning to honor those lost to suicide and those currently struggling.
"Remembering the Rockets" starts in the middle of a familiar cycle. “The cars come by your house / It’s Friday night again,” and just like that and with a denser wall of guitars than Strange Ranger has known before, they’ve baked “Leona” in a nostalgic haze.
Oct. 7-8: Hamptons Intercollegiate, East Hampton, New York
Chancellor E. Bruce Heilman, president of the University of Richmond from 1971 through 1986 and again from 1987 to 1988, died Saturday night at 93.
Editor's Note: This article has been updated to clarify which organizations hosted the conference.
The Juice Laundry wants customers to start doing the most important kind of laundry. Located walking-distance from campus on River Road, it promotes the power of raw, organic fruits and vegetables as the key to wellness, not the latest diet craze.
Three places – a small theater in downtown Richmond, a little tea shop covered in rainbow flags and a thrift store with a surprising amount of space – hold strong pride in supporting the LGBTQ+ community, though some University of Richmond students think that there is room for the community to grow, and that change is coming soon.
Reilly Geritz, a senior at the University of Richmond and a former study-abroad student, made a list of places to travel when she planned her study-abroad itinerary last fall.
The Yale University Bulldogs beat the University of Richmond Spiders 28-27 on Saturday night at the home football game, where Yale scored the game-winning touchdown with nine seconds left.
The University of Richmond has been working on pushing and promoting freedom of expression on its campus after calls from students to create a clearly defined policy governing freedom of expression. Yet this policy has not come without controversy.
In today’s world, we are surrounded by a variety of different brands. From the type of phone you have, to the type of shoes you wear, to the type of toothpaste you use, the products that surround us have been created by a certain company or business. In order to be successful, these companies maintain a preferable image which they convey to the public.
Have you ever been in the library and wished that somebody would bring you coffee so you wouldn’t have to get up?
When void of ethics, modern advertising and attention-based media in the internet age may lead to disinformation, extremism and a lack of privacy, said Derek Thompson, staff writer for The Atlantic, Monday night in the Jepson Alumni Center to an audience of mostly non-students.
A picture of a ham and cheese sandwich sparked heated discussion recently in Free Food at UR, a more than 800-member GroupMe for students to share information about free food available on campus.
An amended complaint filed Tuesday as part of a gender discrimination lawsuit against the University of Richmond alleges multiple women at Hope College experienced “belittling and discriminatory behavior” at the hands of Patrice Rankine, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences.