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One of my favorite feelings at college is getting that mid-afternoon email notification from the UR Post Office titled “package notification,” and I don’t think I’m the only one who feels this way. Two minutes after receiving that email, you can be sure to see me sprinting across campus to URPO to tear the tape off my mysterious cardboard package with pure excitement. So my point is: sending gifts to friends and family is never a bad idea. Edible gifts? Even better. With midterms passing and finals approaching a little too quickly, everyone needs something sweet in their life. Here are some treats you can send to cheer up your sweetest long-distance friend. These are a foodie’s dream in a package.
The sun is shining and flowers are blooming all around campus, and that means spring is upon us. It also means it is time for one of the most anticipated events of the year: Pig Roast. Pig Roast has become a long-standing tradition at University of Richmond and is the perfect opportunity for everyone to dress up, socialize and celebrate the school year coming to a close.
“Cage the Elephant is going to blow your face off,” lead singer of Silversun Pickups Brian Aubert said to an energetic crowd at Richmond Coliseum Tuesday night.
Registration is the absolute worst time of year. It's stressful, nerve-wracking and you are never sure whether you actually want to take the classes in which you are about to enroll.
National Geographic named Richmond, Virginia, the number one place to travel for food in 2016. Described as a place where chefs are whipping up southern cuisine with a contemporary flair, Richmond has been attracting foodies from all over the world. We all know that a meal is not complete without a delicious dessert and Richmond will not disappoint in that area. For anyone with a sweet tooth, you’ve come to the right place because there’s a spot (and dessert) for just about everyone in this city.
It’s that time of year again. The lottery that is more significant to
Richmond students than the Power Ball is just around the corner.
I've followed around my two older brothers, Peter and Johnny, for as long as I can remember. From building Legos, to "coaching me" in X-Box games and teaching me every swear word I know (think, “What rhymes with duck?”), Peter and Johnny were a defining feature of my youth. As the youngest sibling and the only girl, I'm pretty used to being the butt of their jokes and the victim of their constant harassment. The two of them have toughened me up and taught me a thing or two about competition, while I’ve been their personal stylist and guide on how the female mind works. As much as I look up to them, never did I think I would follow them in their decision to attend a small school in Richmond, Virginia.
We were all wondering who would win: team #Benandlauren or team #Benandjojo?
Pull on your elastic pants and grab your protractors UR students – tomorrow is National Pi Day. The beloved mathematical constant has its own day each year on March 14, or 3-14, which represents pi's first three digits. Pi (and its equally loved cousin, pie) will be celebrated on and off campus tomorrow in a variety of ways.
Students are finally smiling again after a rough midterms week, with travel plans to all over the world this Spring Break. With an on campus choir group going to Europe, SEEDS going to Louisiana and West Virginia, international students traveling to Canada and a group of seniors going to Jamaica, there are bound to be some memories made this Spring Break.
As an award show with a whole pre-show dedicated to the red carpet and fashion, the Academy Awards always surpasses the others, and this year was no exception. The stars were dressed in their most glamorous attire for the red carpet. Here is a recap of some of the best dressed.
“I’m the least qualified man here tonight,” said Vice President Joe Biden as he quieted the audience giving him a standing ovation at the 88th Academy Awards last night.
Kylie Jenner, Gigi Hadid, The Fat Jewish: these three influencers are all social media personalities who appear on millions of people’s feeds everywhere.
The countdown to Spring Break has begun-- at least I definitely have it in my calendar. I cannot wait to have a week off from classes and a chance to relax (finally). Some students are lucky enough to be traveling somewhere sunny and hitting the beach.
Spring semester is in full swing and, as if you aren’t busy enough, there is a full schedule of amazing events lined up for this semester. So don’t forget to break out of Boatwright Memorial Library for a study break and check out some of these events!
Several ill band members could not keep Parade of Lights, a four-piece band from Los Angeles, from bring their electric alternative sound to the The National in downtown Richmond Feb. 21.
The new romantic comedy “How to Be Single” is at points akin to “Sex in The City,” but it overall reflects a more humorous approach to the ups and downs of the dating world.
While it may seem as if winter break just ended and we have just begun to settle into our spring semester routines, the truth of the matter is that we have hit the halfway mark. Yes, that means midterms and spring break are on the horizon but it also means that the roommate selection process is here!
The 58th annual Grammy Awards aired on Monday, and often the most entertaining part of any red carpet event is definitely the fashion. For all of the fashionistas out there, there were a few noteworthy outfits that some of the celebs wore.
The 58th Annual Grammy Awards hit the Staples Center stage last night, with rapper/actor LL Cool J hosting for his 5th consecutive year. Jam-packed with live concerts, and surprises around every corner, the 2016 Grammy Awards had Richmond students intrigued.