Waiting lists at CAPS are forcing students to look for options off campus, but the alternatives are often expensive and inconvenient.
Ted Lewis put Richmond on the map for LGBTQ advocacy efforts.
Patrice Rankine, the new dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, will have a learning curve ahead of him, but he said he was ready for the challenge.
Laura Browder, an American Studies professor who studies guns and women in combat, has more than a few good stories to tell, including one about her ties to Communism.
Accounting students in VITA help people of moderate to low income file taxes, free of charge.
Guns are only part of a memorable experience at the Richmond Gun Show.
Students in SEEDS sacrifice their spring breaks for trips to West Virginia and Louisiana and learn the value of friendship and service.
Jonathan Hayes will be the youngest person on the ballot in his district for the RNC delegate position.
On March 1 — otherwise known as “Super Tuesday” — Virginia and 11 other states will hold primaries
Seven months. 20 dancers. 10 pieces. One show.
Despite the threats of terrorism, the numbers of students applying to Europe—and France—has increased from last year.
Plus Obama sends final budget proposal to Congress and the Virginia General Assembly is underway in downtown Richmond.
The disparities among schools that are leading to lower standardized test scores is a difficult problem, but it is not unsolvable.
University housing has to be reformed to allow more flexibility for students who are gender-nonconforming.
First-generation students, composing 13 percent of Richmond's student body, tell The Collegian about their unique challenges in approaching and succeeding in college.
Two international students studying at UR stopped in colonial Williamsburg on their way to False Cape State Park, where they challenged themselves on a two-day backpacking trip.