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Professor Martin Bonadeo sits before the carillon, a two-tier keyboard in the upper reaches of Boatwright tower, scanning a sheet of wind direction data gathered by the Richmond airport. He is transforming the data into sound, by playing the wind readings as musical notes, and practicing for a week-long musical exploration that will begin Monday.
Despite a strong outing by starting pitcher Zak Sterling, the baseball team's errors and its sputtering offense cost it a loss to VCU for the second time in two days, conceding the series to its Atlantic 10 rival.
The annual School of Arts & Sciences Student Symposium will be held from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. April 11 in the Modlin Center for the Arts, where there will be oral presentations, poster sessions, performances and art exhibits of students' research from across the disciplines. The entire University of Richmond community is invited to see the students' presentations.
Avery Safford was ready to live in an apartment on campus near Crenshaw Field with her teammates for her junior year.
Open liquor bottles. Condoms. Richmond students as far as the eye can see. Is this a raucous lodge? A raging apartment party? Not quite. It was the second annual Pleasurefest, and it was not held in a fraternity lodge, but rather in the Gottwald Science Center the afternoon of March 25.
The Bon Air Artists Association collaborated with and supported the cause of the World Pediatric Project in the Artful Healing show at the Jepson Alumni Center on March 23.
The University of Richmond Emergency Medical Services team received two awards at the National Collegiate EMS Foundation's annual conference, held from Feb. 28 to March 2 in Boston.
First-half score: Richmond - 22, VCU - 38
University of Richmond led Virginia Commonwealth University for the first 30 minutes, but the Rams rallied late without its two point guards and pulled out Thursday night's slugfest, 56-50, to sweep the season's two-game series with the Spiders.
Final Score: Richmond 50 - VCU 56
First-half score: Richmond - 26, VCU - 22
"Nightlife as an Art Form" is a course in the department of theatre and dance that allows students to attend concerts, throw parties and learn to deejay, all for academic credit.
UR Hungry: The Daily Kitchen and Bar
The University of Richmond baseball team broke its seven-game losing streak Saturday morning with a long-awaited offensive awakening, and won 13-2 over Fairfield University.
Although there have been rumors that University of Richmond might be inaccurately classified as a liberal arts institution based on its percentage of undergraduate business students, the current statistics show that it still fits the qualifications of a liberal arts college.
After rain forced the cancelation of their first two scheduled home games, the University of Richmond baseball team finally played its home opener on Saturday, which it lost to Seton Hall University, 8-2.
University of Richmond has a stronger undergraduate research program than many other colleges and universities who are also on U.S. News and World Report's top 30 list, said Vincent Wei-cheng Wang, associate dean of the School of Arts and Sciences.
A man identified on Wednesday as Eric Lannon is said to have a history of theft and swindling, according to campus police. He has reportedly slept in at least four University of Richmond student apartments or houses and has received money, food, alcohol and clothing from numerous students.
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.
About 55 University of Richmond students, faculty and staff took a tour through the civil rights history of Richmond Jan. 20 as part of the university's "Day On." Richmond held its first full observation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year: All classes were canceled and the university scheduled a number of service and learning activities to commemorate the life of America's most famous civil rights leader.