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In Tuesday’s State of the Union, President Barack Obama showed a serious desire to implement his plan of two years of tuition-free community college for young people who are, as he put it, “willing to work for it.” His initiative has been stirring some controversy in Washington, D.C., and beyond ever since he first made his ideas public.
Audience members embarked on a musical journey during the Cuban Spectacular concert, performed by the University of Richmond Jazz Ensemble and Combo and directed by Mike Davison, professor of music and director of the Jazz Ensemble.
The Richmond Spiders played perhaps their most complete game all season at William & Mary, defeating the Tribe and earning a spot in the FCS playoffs for the first time under coach Danny Rocco.
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property
Despite its rookie status, the Jepson School of Leadership Studies’ Ethics Bowl team won fourth place at the Regional Competition on Nov. 8 and secured a spot in the National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Competition in February.
If you haven’t seen the “Humans of New York” website or
Facebook page I suggest you take a look. It is an artistic outlet that works to
illustrate the diversity of human life through “daily glimpses into the lives
of strangers,” as described by Brandon Stanton, the website’s creator. Stanton
posts photographic portraits of strangers he encounters and includes quotes and
short stories next to their pictures. Entries range from the lighthearted to
the deeply moving and inspirational. All are eye opening.
Students should go into the world and engage in the community, fulfilling the Richmond Promise, Julian Hayter said at the Last Lecture Series.
The debate over the threat that developing Shockhoe Bottom would pose to the preservation of the area’s history has been recently reignited by Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o.
With about 49 million Americans lacking full access to food and water according to the USDA, Lisa Davis from Feeding America came to University of Richmond on Tuesday to discuss solutions to what she called “food insecurity” in a lecture supplementing the One Book, One Richmond campaign.
Richmond’s conference championship hopes were diminished Saturday in Maine.
There was energy in Robins Stadium on Saturday that the Richmond
football team has not seen in years.
The ninth annual poverty simulation at University Richmond sought to teach students about the daily hardships faced by Richmond families living in poverty.
Damaged water fountains, wrecked bulletin boards, torn down exit signs and missing furniture have become typical in South Court throughout the past month. The vandalism began in late September, and all started with broken glass on the floor by the exits from the framed emergency procedures signs.
Texas will continue enforcing stringent voter identification requirements in the coming midterm elections despite a recent ruling that declared the law unconstitutional.
Some of the most successful graduates of Westhampton College gathered on Friday, Oct. 17, for the Women and Leadership Conference to speak to and provide networking for undergraduates.
While many University of Richmond students traveled home for Fall Break, a smaller group stayed on campus to learn more about the city of Richmond. Every year, The Center for Civic Engagement hosts a free alternative Fall Break in Richmond where students can explore the city and participate in many activities. The trip lasted three days and focused on three themes: the environment, the arts and the community.
The Spider baseball team is sharing their love for the game by volunteering with the children of the Miracle League in Richmond.
Malala Fund co-founder and global ambassador, Shiza Shahid, will speak at Richmond on Sunday about the importance of improving access to education for girls worldwide, her journey with Malala and her work with the Malala Fund.
The Richmond Spiders beat conference opponent Albany 41-28 on the road Saturday, but came away from the game still having suffered a big loss.
University of Richmond charges $57,470 to every undergraduate student who attends classes and lives on campus. Including personal expenses and textbook charges, the total cost of attendance reaches nearly $60,000. So where does the money go?