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.
The vending machines on campus are undergoing changes in payment options and in the selection of healthy alternatives.
In the midst of the #MeToo movement and Title IX changes at UR, how do students define and consider consent on campus?
There was an air of expectancy in the Camp Concert Hall last Sunday evening, when violinist Gil Shaham strode onto the platform with pianist Akira Eguchi.
BeautyCounter is working toward eliminating personal-care product formulas that are harmful to our bodies.
The Broad, Richmond’s newest female-only, co-working and learning community space, opened its doors in early February.
Last weekend, the Richmond Ballet presented one of the great evening-length ballets — perhaps the greatest.
Over 120 Chinese artifacts, including ten life-sized terracotta figures, are on display at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in the exhibit.
If you have been to the gym lately, you may have noticed two large, white contraptions near the entrance.