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When students leave the University of Richmond campus, they typically go to fun, trendy spots such as Carytown, the Fan district or Maymont Park. Most are unaware that the up-and-coming city of Richmond has the second highest poverty rate in the state of Virginia.
Catholic Charities (CCC) is a non-profit organization that provides Virginians with a range of services, from pregnancy counseling to refugee resettlement. To Niomi Kaiser,
it's more like a second home.
What began as a relaxing pastime for junior Taylor Block has now blossomed into a successful self-managed business: Salt and Soul Jewelry.
Food is a central aspect of culture.
While most people were tanning on a beach or relaxing at home over spring break, 14 ambitious students were battling endless heat, mud
The Office of Sustainability has created a simple, transparent way for students to keep track of the university’s progress on sustainability-related initiatives and its plans for the future, as well as areas where improvement is needed.
It’s been more than 15 years since Vanessa Carlton’s iconic single “A Thousand Miles” hit airwaves, making the former ballerina-turned-singer a household name. The consequential release of her debut album "Be Not Nobody" thrust Carlton into the spotlight, and since then, four of her five studio albums have hit the Billboard Top 200.
Senior Ryan Eghrari vividly remembers staring at a page full of matrices at 3 a.m., looking for a solution to what felt like an impossible problem.
Vegan students are demanding more vegan options on campus, but others see the need for allergy-friendly dining as a more pressing problem.
Bright, funky, sleek: Element Threads, a new suit company started by senior Zach Giberson, is bringing a fun new twist to men’s fashion.
Last May, sophomore Colby Alvino wrote her first article for the Odyssey Online, “An Ode to Mellow Mushroom,” and within days, Mellow Mushroom contacted her and sent her coasters, stickers and other free items. That marked the beginning of Alvino's company, Bites and Sites.
“Come on guys! Can you push yourself? Can you push your friends?”
It was a split-second decision. Walking up to the security guards in Madison Square Garden, Lindsay Stevens put on her best impression of a flustered reporter who had lost her press credentials. Shortly after, she found herself cordially escorted into the Fashion Week show. She boldly walked on the red carpet and seized the moment to pose for a photo.
Every Monday night, a small group of students gathers in a room in the Robins School of Business to exchange knowledge on the stock market and the world of finance.
Fashion, jewelry and antiquities will be featured in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ (VMFA) collections for this winter and spring, led by exhibitions from jewelry designer Jean Schlumberger, fashion from world-renowned designer Yves Saint Laurent and decorative art of the last days of Russia’s Romanov dynasty.
Editor's note: After publication, it was brought to the attention of The Collegian that the views expressed by individuals belonging to student organizations in this article do not necessarily represent the views of the entire organization.
Tucked away in Boatwright Library sits a quietly overlooked museum: the Lora Robins Gallery of Design from Nature. Inside is a collection of approximately 50 turtle fossils spanning millions of years.
In late fall of 2016, students at UR read yet another article about a sexual assault that had happened on campus, and how the administration had failed to help. Outraged, students called for reform, and the school began to work with the student body to ease the pain and change the future.
On a cool fall night, senior Fabiana Ayala sat cross-legged on her navy University Forest Apartment couch in a pair of red-and-white striped pajamas while catching up on emails. Ayala typically finished up her schoolwork by 10 p.m. during the week so she could get to bed at a decent hour. She dragged herself out of bed around 6 each morning to run her business, TodoSuma.
Last week marked the first week of the spring semester for University of Richmond students, including returning student and cancer survivor Tracy Akers.