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While the Cheez-Its box was being passed around the room, the Richmond College Student Government Association had its first meeting of the year where the members discussed student concerns, coming events and issues on which the different councils are focusing.
Richmond's major mass transit company is considering eliminating the only bus route between the university and downtown because not enough people use the service.
The Richmond City Council has voted unanimously to grant a permit required for the university to begin construction of a new on-campus football stadium.
WASHINGTON -- Richmond's major mass transit company is planning to eliminate the sole bus route between the university and downtown Richmond because too few passengers use the service.
Richmond College senators passed their budget and $126,986 in allocations for campus organizations on Wednesday night during the last Richmond College Student Government Association meeting of the year in the Whitehurst Living Room.
"Hey, Adam, isn't it weird that some people go through four years at Richmond and never spend time in Churchill?"
Last summer, when I greeted the 2- to 5-year-olds who came to the camp where I have worked each summer for the last eight years, I noticed that a number of them were wearing Baltimore Orioles paraphernalia. I am from Baltimore, so this shouldn't be that surprising, except that children in Baltimore start playing lacrosse around the age of 4. Most of these children will never play baseball because their parents will use lacrosse as a way to send them to good colleges on partial or full scholarships.
Beginning this summer, all incoming first-year student-athletes will be given early registration privileges for the fall 2008 semester. In addition, all first- and second-year student-athletes will be eligible for early registration for the spring 2009, fall 2009 and spring 2010 semesters, all according to a proposal prepared by the Faculty Athletic Committee.
The local chapter of the American Red Cross will be working with University of Richmond undergraduate and law students in a new initiative to serve the Hispanic community in Richmond.
Health workers at Virginia Commonwealth University gave health screenings and antibiotics to more than 700 students and staff members who may have been in close contact with a 19-year-old student who died on Oct. 24 from a possible case of bacterial meningitis.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts has launched a new education program to make its collection accessible to people with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers. The museum, in conjunction with the Greater Richmond Alzheimer's Association, will host a talk, "Looking at Art and Alzheimers," today.
In a North Court room no bigger than a large closet, a mummified female body rests peacefully. But her sleep has not always been so peaceful.
This Homecoming Weekend promises to be as strange as it will be memorable, because those who were my peers just a few months ago will be returning to campus as members of that distant and ever-growing faction that is "alumni."
The relationship between race and gender issues and the news media was discussed Monday night in a panel discussion, "Media Messages, Missteps and Inside Stories from Newsrooms and Campaigns." Media coverage of Hillary Clinton's cleavage, Hurricane Katrina and domestic violence were among the topics discussed by the panel of three top journalists.
The publication of the first issue of a new University of Richmond conservative opinion journal, The Richmond Review, is scheduled for Nov. 5.
Imagine downtown Richmond with cobblestone roads, trees, retail shops, a trolley system and two-way streets.
Vice President for Student Development Steve Bisese announced Monday that Joseph Boehman would succeed him as dean of Richmond College.
After three and a half years following Richmond athletics, I have seen it all. I have seen good teams and bad teams, great games and miserable games. I have seen our men's basketball team almost upset the University of Wisconsin in the first round of the NCAA tournament, and I have seen our football team make a run at their own title before being beaten by Furman University in the quarterfinals of the playoffs.
The final three candidates for the vacant position of dean of Richmond College visited campus this week, meeting with students and faculty and getting a better feel for the environment in which one of them may be working.