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A busy schedule is routine for two members of the University of Richmond's women's swim and dive team who won conference honors this month, particularly as the team prepares to go to its conference championships this week.
For visitors to the University of Richmond Museums' newest art exhibit, here's one piece of advice: Go with the flow.
In a meet where records were broken and races were won by inches, the University of Richmond women's swim and dive team lost to Villanova Friday.
Civil rights trampled, procedural rules ignored and voting privileges denied and restricted. It may sound like the government of Zimbabwe or Russia, but this is instead the usual business of the Virginia General Assembly, which is now in its spring 2013 session.
The staff at Boatwright Memorial Library has updated the computer system used for interlibrary loans.
Are you tired of needing four layers to make it to class in the morning? Do you miss feeling your fingers, toes and other extremities? Have you already spent way too much money on coffee, hot chocolate and/or gloves? Then you are enduring winter, the Richmond way.
David Weinberger, an acclaimed author, technologist and internet researcher, will speak about the expanding internet industry and its impact on libraries at the University of Richmond next month.
There's a new, hotshot broom sport, and frankly, it's a lot more exciting to watch.
Virginia liberals, a group that includes many Richmond students, had two victories to celebrate after last week's election. Not only did Barack Obama win a second term as president, but he also won Virginia, a state that was considered thoroughly Republican until four years ago.
I'm not sure about you, but I was more passionate about following news of Hurricane Sandy than I have ever been about this election.
I felt my first chill in months Sunday as I walked out the door. Even though I had pulled my hoodie from its dusty corner of my closet, I was still not prepared for the blast of brisk cold. It was a tangible sign that my favorite season was coming. If I didn't know better, I would say these past fews days have been the first signs of winter.
I did something this semester that I thought I would never do. I became dependent on caffeine.
Two weeks ago, I started noticing stacks of stickers sitting next to the registers in the bookstore and at Passport Cafe. You may already have one.
Richmond football player Jimmy Speros pleaded guilty to misdemeanor hit-and-run and reckless driving charges. The hit-and-run charge was reduced from its original felony case. He was sentenced to a 12-month suspended prison term, and a $1000 fine.
Approximately 740 University of Richmond students left the Robins Center yesterday with diplomas in hand after the school's 182nd commencement ceremony.
Allie Ware has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro and endured African summer heat, but these weren't her most influential memories of her trip to Tanzania. Instead, this sophomore lacrosse player recalls small children surrounding her at the foot of the mountain, begging her for water with its Swahili translation: maji. Ware is now promoting the company she helped found this year with that name, and a mission to bring water to Africans who need it.
Before I say anything else, let me make it clear: any liberal (or person) who calls himself an American should believe in the Constitution. I see, too often, in blogs and on television people who selectively promote their favorite parts of our governing document. Conservatives seem as if they want to tattoo the 10th Amendment (states' rights) on their chest, but often questionably cut corners around the Fourth Amendment (protection against unwarranted searches) for the sake of "national security." Liberals talk endlessly of First Amendment rights to free speech, while trying to ignore the Second Amendment. I try not to be one of those people.
For 25 years, the city of Richmond has been taking the art of Christmas decoration to a new level of tackiness. In the spirit of the holiday season, a group of families have taken on the task of decorating their houses, from lawn to roof with holiday cheer. To these dedicated Richmonders, there is no such thing as too many lights. This once informal tradition has been organized and codified, with maps, limo tours and a master list known as the Richmond Tacky Lights Tour.
The University of Richmond Department of Theater and Dance presented a masterful production of Lorraine Hansberry's seminal Civil Rights-era work this past weekend, "A Raisin in the Sun". The African-American poet Langston Hughes more than six decades ago begins the play with a poem that reads, "What happens to a dream deferred? / Does it dry up / like a raisin in the sun?"
University of Richmond Emergency Medical Services (UREMS) wants to make sure you know what to do in a medical emergency. To begin National Collegiate EMS Week, this small group of trained, student first responders held CPR classes over the weekend of Oct. 30, culminating in an informational advertising and competition Monday in the University Forum to mark National Collegiate CPR Day.