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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.
More than 200 students sat on the stone ground of the University Forum Tuesday night to share and listen to one another's experiences involving sexual violence.
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Bloomberg Businessweek magazine recently ranked the University of Richmond E. Clairborne Robins School of Business No. 16 on its 2014 list of America's best undergraduate business programs.
This year's Bellis Fest, held April 4, saw both a turnout of hundreds of University of Richmond students and much better weather than last weekend's Pig Roast.
Last weekend, University of Richmond's Panhellenic Council, sorority presidents and Emerging Leaders from each sorority attended the Southeastern Panhellenic Conference in Atlanta, Ga. The conference brought together leaders from sororities at colleges across the southeastern United States.
Six musicians from Colombia, all in their early twenties, are in the middle of a two-week stay in Richmond and are scheduled to perform several times at University of Richmond.
Have you ever walked through a maze? Which pathways would you choose to venture? Would the choice be easier if beyond each doorway different music was playing? The music blends but it is separate. The music is loud but sometimes it is quiet. The music is chaotic but it is focused. What if every doorway was the right choice? This is a music circus.
No requests have gone through the University of Richmond Advancement Office to have the name of the future admissions building changed from Queally Center for Admissions and Career Services, according to Thomas Gutenberger, vice president of advancement.
University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University hosted the 22nd annual French Film Festival at the Byrd Theatre in Carytown, which took place March 27-30.
Students who wanted to learn more about the controversy surrounding the legalization of marijuana attended a debate hosted by the Young Americans for Liberty April 1 in the Alice Haynes Room.
Matt Logan, a sophomore in Sigma Phi Epsilon, won the title of Mr. Richmond 2014 after walking the runway in his fraternity shirt, playing the guitar, singing a mash up of three music hits and sharing his life motto.
Avery Safford was ready to live in an apartment on campus near Crenshaw Field with her teammates for her junior year.
Brad Groves, newly elected Richmond College Student Government Association president, said he would work to increase student representation at the higher levels of university decision-making in the coming 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.
Ama Ansah, sophomore, is a site coordinator for Trojan Brand Condoms at University of Richmond, and has been distributed 500 condoms to students throughout the year at fraternity lodge parties and in Tyler Haynes Commons as part of Trojan's Great Condom Campaign. The campaign is designed to encourage safe sex by having students pass out condoms to their peers in a variety of ways.
University of Richmond's Pi Beta Phi chapter hosted its annual spring philanthropy event Ballin' for Books Wednesday, March 26. Danielle O'Hara, Pi Phi's philanthropy chairwoman, said the sorority raised about $1,200, more than twice the amount raised last year.
Inclusivity has been a major focus at University of Richmond as part of the Richmond Promise. As a result of the hard work of many faculty and students, the university will be honored May 3 with the Catalyst Award for supporting LGBTQ students and creating a more inclusive environment.
Pig Roast is a spring tradition at University of Richmond made famous by its barbecue, fraternity lodge parties and underage drinking.
Janet Jarman, an award-winning photojournalist from Richmond, spoke in the Jepson Alumni Center Wednesday night as part of the 2013-14 Jepson Leadership Forum. Jarman's presentation included highlights and background of her work on several different social issues in Mexico and the United States and Jarman's views on photojournalism in today's society.