FITsteria week in October aimed to promote Weinstein Center workout classes from October 22 to 26.
The OAR program at UR planned a bike ride through the cemetery on Halloween night, but no one signed up.
Several students said they worried that the new policies were too restrictive and may drive parties off campus.
Despite free and unlimited access to fitness classes, many students venture off campus for pricey classes at private studios.
Dinosaurs, princesses, superheroes and devils were seen running around University of Richmond’s Stern Plaza Sunday.
Gwen Nguyen was a favorite of the title man as a contestant this summer on “The Bachelor Vietnam.”
Still screaming for ice cream? Here are the top five spots in Richmond that you must try for a bite of the cold stuff.
Upperclassmen living in apartments should take care in their kitchens, where bacteria is more likely to show up.
The dining hall recently amped up its menu with the addition of an avocado bar with two kinds of avocado spreads.
ETC began offering fresh fruit and vegetables this year, and feedback from students has been positive.
A junior studying journalism began her online literary magazine after creating it as a final project in an editing and publishing course.
Tyler’s Grill, known for its burgers, wraps and smoothies, temporarily added açaí bowls to its menu as possible new items last week.
Eight students and the American Marketing Association partnered with the online shopping platform to bring a new student-ambassador campaign to campus.
The UR Greek councils established self-empowerment, community and inclusion, and leadership development as their goals for 2018.