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Students in need of an energy boost at Passport Cafe might notice the stark contrast of the large black and white sign above the register against Passport's neutral walls. It's a sign for Blanchard's Coffee Co., founded by alumnus David Blanchard (Richmond College '02), which currently supplies the coffee for Everything Convenience, Passport and Lou's Cafe.
Every two minutes, someone is sexually assaulted. After Kelly Addington, a rape survivor and educator, was raped in her senior year of college, she and her friend Becca Tieder made it their mission to educate as many people as they could about sexual assault.
Women of color will come together to discuss diversity on campus during the sixth-annual Connecting Women of Color Conference on Friday, Feb. 21.
The University of Richmond School of Professional and Continuing Studies is offering a summer study abroad program in Argentina.
Ray Slaughter, an accounting professor at University of Richmond, requires students in his Federal Taxation class to volunteer with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program at UR Downtown.
Audience members approved of the Production Studies III's showcase of "The Laramie Project" in the Feb. 14 opening.
Learning interior design, Microsoft Excel or even how to find your ancestors on the web has now become easier with free noncredit courses offered by the School of Professional and Continuing Studies.
"To save one life is to save the world," a Jewish tradition professes. It is this mentality that the University of Richmond Hillel and SPIDERS Step Up! are trying to encourage through education at the Virginia Holocaust Museum.
Amelia Wolfe has worked at University of Richmond for so long that her colleagues cannot remember her first day here.
Anthony Seeger, nephew of the American folk musician and activist Pete Seeger, spoke about the ways music sparks social change at Camp Concert Hall Feb. 3, just one week after his renowned uncle had died at age 94.
When senior Alexandra Hunt declared her creative writing minor, she never thought it would entail firing 9mm handguns during class time. But that is exactly what she is doing this semester in a new course called Writing Richmond.
Cutter Hodierne won the award for best director at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival for his feature-length film "Fishing Without Nets," a foreign-language film with subtitles. He is the second-youngest director to win this award.
The new UR Geographic Club will expose students to geography outside of the classroom and engage their geography interests within the context of the Richmond community.
Throughout the past semester at University of Richmond, the campus community has grown accustomed to the noise next to South Court and the Intramural fields--the frequent buzzing of men in hard hats erecting massive brick structures. In August, the university will unveil Westhampton Hall and the Gateway Village Apartments, putting a year's worth of work and noise on full display.
University of Richmond was recently ranked the 10th most wired campus in the nation, according to Unigo, a college guide website.
Each year, University of Richmond receives around 250 transfer applications for 50 spots in the fall, and 100 applications for 10 spots in the spring, according to the university admissions website.
A Richmond College student, who has lived in and traveled the world from Colombia to Syria, is choosing an unconventional route to start his career early this spring at Vice News.
From studying British history over tea in London, to chasing lions in Kenya, approximately 60 percent of University of Richmond students have one thing in common: their decision to study abroad.
Melissa Diamond, a junior, is taking this semester off from academic work to start a therapy program for children with autism in Jenin, a city in the West Bank. Diamond is the director and founder of A Global Voice for Autism, an organization that provides services for children with autism in communities around the world where these services were not previously available. The Jenin Autism Project is A Global Voice for Autism's first training program.
The members of the Kappa Kappa Gamma step team walked away with the $500 prize Friday night at the annual STEPPING 101 competition after winning first place at Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity's event in the Alice Haynes Room.