Fall break is on the horizon! If you are staying in RVA, here are some activities to consider.
Richmond baseball defeated Davidson in two of three games in a series over the weekend.
A former Richmond basketball player agreed to a multi-year contract on Sunday to become the head coach for the Brooklyn Nets.
Richmond men’s lacrosse defeated Bellarmine University Saturday afternoon, maintaining its winning streak in the Southern Conference.
The Spider baseball team gave the previously undefeated St. Louis Billikens their first two conference losses of the season over the weekend.
University of Virginia shut out University of Richmond 9-0 in a dominating defensive effort in front of a crowd of 4,037 at Robins Stadium.
The Richmond men's lacrosse team defeated conference opponent High Point University 7-3 on a rainy Easter Sunday.
The Office of Sustainability should have a new director by the end of March.
A Richmond student was on the team that won a silver medal for the U.S. in the World Mountain Running Championship.
A federal judge overturned Virginia's same-sex marriage ban Feb. 13, and declared it unconstitutional as the South's most powerful legal reversal of restrictive marriage rights to date. "Our Constitution declares that 'all men are created equal,'" wrote U.S.
Sometimes it can be a little bit of a downer to return to school after a long, hot four months of working at that same summer job you've had since high school, traveling, name-dropping your fancy summer internship, spending time catching up with old friends and family, or whatever other activity you were engaged in that didn't involve homework or cafeteria food (sorry D-Hall, you're really tasty and DARN do you know how to make a panini, but you're still a cafeteria). Sure, it's exciting to see everyone's new haircut and set up your room.
I'm a pretty cold-hearted person, so when people start talking about how sad they are that we're graduating soon, I usually just let my eyes glaze over and start thinking about what I need to buy at the grocery store this week. Granted, I nod my head every once and a while and stick in the perfunctory "I know, right?!" But when push comes to shove, I'm pretty excited to get the heck out of here. Sorry I'm not sorry that I won't really miss the midget-sized beds, trying to maneuver around my roommates in our one-person kitchen sans dishwasher, the moldy bathtubs, the parking services man, checking eSuds every .25 seconds to see whether any of the laundry machines were open, the laxative-ridden D-Hall food or trying to sleep through the sounds of drunk biddies roaming around the apartments at 2 a.m.