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Two local men waived their preliminary hearings in federal court and a judge ordered they remain held Thursday, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports, after the men were arrested on accusations of being white supremacists plotting to attack black churches and synagogues.
University of Richmond stayed close to home when it announced what it called an outstanding three-player signing class on National Signing Day Wednesday.
With Richmond's basketball season, here's The Collegian's preseason Atlantic 10 rankings from worst to first, followed by our preseason all-conference team.
Women win Atlantic 10 Championships
What if bears killed one in five people?
Rapidly changing leadership, an evolving nuclear program and a secretive society make North Korea a problem that the United States does not know how to manage, said Mike Mazarr, a senior political scientist at the RAND Corporation, on Tuesday afternoon.
When the final whistle blew marking the end of the Monacan High School Chiefs’ 2013 basketball season, sisters Micaela and Alex Parson cried because they had thought they would never get the chance to play basketball together again.
University fliers for the Gertrude Murrel duPont Fund claim that students can attend cultural events in Richmond and abroad — “on us!” However, that may depend on your definition of "culture."
A group of Richmond students have organized a chapter of the Food Recovery Network on campus that aims to eliminate waste and donate food to the hungry and homeless.
Here is everything you need to know about Richmond men's basketball heading into Friday's season opener against James Madison.
Meaghan Carrigan sat on her couch, crutches by her side, her right leg free to move and left leg locked in extension by an intimidating black brace. A black pouch hung by her side, necessary to support an antibacterial IV that was hidden by a sweater but ran from the middle of her arm to her Superior Vena Cava, which lies directly above her heart. She was as comfortable as someone could be less than one week removed from knee surgery, especially considering the absolute imprisonment that her left leg was under as it rested on her nearby coffee table. It was obvious by her slouched, comfortable posture and the surrounding pillows and blankets that she had become acquainted with the couch over the previous weeks. Her laptop sat open next to her, Netflix asking if she was still watching.
University of Richmond's crime log for the weekend of Nov. 6-8
It doesn’t take much more than a quick Google search to find instances of college campuses reacting poorly to students in mental health crises. Mentally ill students are often demonized, blamed and condemned for their health problems, and sometimes end up kicked off campuses.
In The Know is a weekly brief that highlights events and happenings around University of Richmond.
College campuses no longer champion intellectual space. Instead, they fixate on providing conflict-free, ideologically-homogenous “safe spaces” that are quickly becoming more dystopian than utopian.
Richmond field hockey was defeated by Massachusetts in the Atlantic 10 championship final Saturday.
Recently, several American peers and I visited two elementary schools in Bangalore, India for a class about primary education. We entered a private school to a warm welcome from one hundred young students, dressed in pristine white uniforms. This school is privately run, and the headmaster spoke proudly about the school’s academic and extracurricular offerings. I watched as the students performed prepared songs and recited facts about important figures in Indian history. The students from this school are by no means wealthy, especially by American standards, and the school compensates when parents cannot afford the fees, but their educational program is nevertheless far stronger than most in the country.
Richmond’s attempt at a perfect conference record was thwarted
by a narrow, away loss to New Hampshire on Saturday.
Uber has cut into local taxi drivers’ businesses to the point where some of them have had to become Uber drivers. Bob “Taxi Bob” Schumm, who has served Richmond students, faculty and staff for more than ten years, felt this change firsthand when he was forced to join Uber.
Richmond field hockey beat Davidson Friday on a goal from Taylor Deitrick in the final minutes to advance to the A-10 championship game, where the Spiders will attempt to win back-to-back titles against Massachusetts.