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That time of year has come upon us once again. A sneeze here, a cough there and suddenly, everyone around us is sick. Getting sick is tough with homework, tests and other obligations piling up. We need all the help we can get, and food is always a good option. Here are seven foods that help prevent sickness and shorten the recovery time from illness.
Ryan Wilhelm is a physics major, yet his future lies in the very different world of the arts.
The day that we have been anxiously awaiting is finally here, and whether you're excited to cast your vote or nervous for the outcome, it
is still your duty to go out and exercise your right to vote!
It’s almost Halloween, and you know what that means… pumpkins! From pumpkin carving to pumpkin pies to pumpkin-spice lattes, Richmond students seem to be obsessed with all things pumpkin.
As a senior at UR, I decided that I definitely needed to check out more of the fun activities in and around the Richmond area. My Richmond bucket list is getting pretty lengthy, so I took advantage of a beautiful day to go apple picking at Carter Mountain Orchard!
Homecoming King and Queen David Rhodes and Jihyun Lee sat down
with me on Tuesday to discuss some very serious matters.
There is a saying: “Clowns are not funny after midnight." I think we can add that they aren’t funny on college campuses either…or anywhere that is not a circus or a birthday party, for that matter.
It’s almost that time of the year all Richmond students have been anxiously waiting for: fall break! Since the second week of school, many students have been counting down for this five-day break from classes, homework and meetings.
Deciding whether to work during the school year is a decision that each student must make, and not in haste. In a study done by Georgetown University’s Center of Education and Workforce, more than 70 percent of college students in the past 25 years have worked while being enrolled in school.
When school let out for the summer last April, the first
thing I did was drive to Barnes and Noble.
For me, summer break is a three-month reading spree. I read about
15 books this summer, ranging from literary classics to fun novels for
the beach. Here are six books reviews from
my summer library.
the start of another school year only a couple days away, anticipation is
starting to set into every new and returning Spider. Summer vacation was surely filled with great
memories, valuable work experiences, family time or much-needed relaxation, but
the point of summer has come when we’re eager to get back to school. With
students beginning to move in this week and the excitement levels getting
higher, here are a few thoughts that every Spider has after getting back to
freshman year of college will be one of the most emotionally draining
experiences of your young life.
For freshmen, moving in can be an exciting, yet stressful time. You're finally on your own and independent and there are a ton of new people to meet and things to see. But, when you arrive to your dorm room, and most likely cram your family and your roommate's family in there, you begin to realize that this tiny, white-walled room with one small window is the place you will be calling home for the next year. While your dorm room may look daunting at first, if you follow these tips you can create a place that you'll be proud to call home.
Wind blows through your hair as your head sticks out the open car window, and you know you’re en route to Myrtle Beach. The classic end-of–the-year trip is only a handful of days away, with nothing more than a slew of tests, papers and tedious packing between you and the beach.
Richmond Restaurant Week – one of the best times of the year here in Richmond, Virginia – has finally arrived! From April 18-24, local restaurants are making and selling food to benefit two organizations: the Central Virginia Food Bank and Meals on Wheels. Chefs at participating restaurants are offering three-course meals for a fixed price of $29.16 per person, and $4.16 from each meal will be donated directly to FeedMore, central Virginia's core hunger-relief organization. You can eat amazing food and provide meals for those in need at the same time.
We're all familiar with the feeling of dread when our professors announce a group project. A tragic future of frustration, awkward interactions and a grade out of our control lies ahead as the professor begins listing groups.
One of the best things about living in a vibrant city like
Richmond, Virginia, is the endless amount of things to do. Richmond is a busy hub for
music and art and always offers something new and exciting for locals and
visitors alike. For those of you staying in Richmond for the summer or even just living close by, check out some of the city’s coming events.
Students at Richmond are very involved in activities both on and off campus. The UR Brand Ambassador series profiles different students who serve as ambassadors for brands that we love.
What is it?
Pig Roast is in just a few days. As one of Richmond's most famous and anticipated traditions, students have been planning for the event for weeks now. Here are some students' plans and expectations for the big day.