The Henrico County Division of Fire defeated the Henrico County Police Division on the basketball court at Robins Center in the “Guns & Hoses” event on Jan. 14.
If you accept the premise that UR isn’t getting rid of Greek organizations, it is clear that they are in need of some serious attention.
The women’s basketball team's seven-game winning streak came to an end after being defeated by Saint Joseph’s University 54-74 Wednesday night.
The Commonwealth of Virginia dropped three felony charges on Jan. 7 that were brought against UR sophomore Kyle Kressler on Oct. 25, according to district court records.
The women's basketball team had a winning streak over winter break while the men's team faced some losses.
UR students began an email campaign expressing concerns about the new COVID-19 guidelines and demanding resources to prevent the spread of the virus.
Have you ever been asked, “If this college thing works out, what do you plan on doing?”
UR and Kappa Sigma Fraternity Headquarters suspended operations of the Beta Beta chapter after a video depicting members chanting racist remarks became public.
UR is investigating a video from the 2019-2020 academic year depicting members of the Kappa Sigma fraternity chanting racist remarks.
The Faculty Senate voted in favor of a resolution demanding more student, faculty and staff representatives be added to the Naming Principles Commission.
The Spiders women’s basketball team defeated the Longwood University Lancers 83-70 at their home court Willett Hall in Farmville, Virginia.
The women’s basketball team defeated William & Mary on the Spider’s homecourt at the E. Claiborne Robins Center Sunday night with a score of 90-52.
School officials and parents continue to navigate challenges with contact tracing, quarantining and vaccinations while many aspects of life returned to normal.