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Henrico County Democrats celebrated wins in two Congressional districts tonight, welcoming Abigail Spanberger to office in the Seventh District and maintaining a stronghold on the Fourth District thanks to incumbent A. Donald McEachin’s impressive victory.
The 2018 midterm elections arrived this November with intense enthusiasm even before the polls opened.
On a brisk Monday evening, students, faculty, staff and members of the greater Richmond community gathered in the University Forum as the light faded into dusk to honor victims of recent hate crimes nationwide.
Hundreds of people came together last Tuesday evening at the Weinstein Jewish Community Center to honor the 11 lives lost in a shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh on Oct. 27.
On the day before registration, seniors had passed around information and advice about the easiest classes to take in order to fill the three-and-a-half unit requirement to be a full-time student. Though many seniors need fewer than three credits to graduate, the university has stated that housing will not be guaranteed to those who are not full-time students.
It was 50 years ago in the fall of 1968 that the University of Richmond opened its doors to African American students for the first time. Barry Greene, ’72, Isabelle (Thomas) LeSane, ’72, and Madieth Malone, ’72, were among the few black students who enrolled that fall.
Employees of the Digital Scholarship Lab recently released a new mapping project: Electing the House of Representatives.
Students who have registered to vote under a University of Richmond address can vote on campus at the Jepson Alumni Center between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Election Day this year, a move that allows students without cars to vote more easily.
International student insurance rates increased to $2,340 for this academic year and international students are required to buy the university plan without exception.
Homecoming events for students this year won’t include a concert or homecoming court, but do include a comedy show and a community photography project, with an art festival planned for Friday.
Flu season is upon us, and last January, many students at the University of Richmond were affected, whether they had gotten the flu vaccine or not.
janaya khan, an activist and co-founder of Black Lives Matter Canada, opened their One Book, One Richmond keynote lecture Thursday night by encouraging students to combat the "we’re not going to win mentality" that allowed the political left to become fragmented.
When people think about college campuses, one thing that usually comes to mind is the party scene. Whether one saw it in a movie, heard stories about it or lived it first-hand, the drug and alcohol culture is prevalent on college campuses.
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.