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Spring break: a post-midterm week of relief where university students are free to tell their Netflix accounts, “Yes, I am still watching,” without feeling guilty about procrastinating amid a seemingly endless flood of schoolwork. But every year, about 40 students use their week of freedom to engage with communities in need while receiving hands-on education through the SEEDS Project.
At 20 years old, most college students have a summer internship lined up – unpaid, of course. Maybe they’re starting to think about graduate school and weighing the pros and cons of moving back home in two years. Mostly, they’re just looking forward to turning 21. At 20 years old, most college students don’t even know what they’re majoring in.
When Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire Democratic primary on Feb. 9, Miranda Rosenblum was ecstatic to talk politics with friends in the dining hall but soon found that the conversation at the lunch table wasn't about the election; it was about the warm weather.
Seven months. 20 dancers. 10 pieces. One show.
It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt. What do you do then? Call UREMS.
Westhampton College student Natalie Schull was in London for the weekend when the Paris attacks shook the world last November. Out to dinner with her friends from Richmond, Schull received the call from the Office of International Education that changed the course of her time abroad.
Trump and Sanders win New Hampshire primary
A quick swipe of your SpiderCard followed by the decision of what to eat. Do you have time for two hard eggs or should you just go for the hard-boiled ones today? You find friends, sit down, enjoy your meal and leave.
Some public schools are just better than other public schools, but in Richmond the majority of public schools do not meet Virginia's standards for accreditation.
“Westhampton College,” the college’s webpage reads, “is the college for undergraduate women at the University of Richmond.”
Who are they?
Two international students studying at University of Richmond stopped in colonial Williamsburg on their way to False Cape State Park, where they challenged themselves on a two-day backpacking trip along the Atlantic Coast.
Senior theater major, Vivian Barnes, shares her experience as a theater student and lead actress of Modlin's fall production of "Intimate Apparel"
Kimia Simon was working at The Cellar Friday afternoon, as she does most Fridays, when she saw on her phone that Paris, her home, was under attack.
Estimated at $150,000, Walt Whitman’s hand-printed, signed copy of “Leaves of Grass” isn’t something most Richmond students would think they could get their hands on, but then again, most Richmond students haven’t been to the Galvin Rare Book Room.
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.
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.
Several student groups have already participated in this year's One Love “Escalation” workshop series, which seeks to raise consciousness about relationship violence.
Let’s get this out of the way: Ronald Crutcher is University of Richmond’s first African-American president.