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University of Richmond junior forward Darrius Garrett (1) goes up for a layup during a team practice at the Alamadome in San Antonio on Thursday, March 24, 2011, a day before the Spiders' game against No. 2 ranked University of Kansas. (Andrew Prezioso/The Collegian)

2011 NCAA Tournament

Kansas' Morris twins present new problems for the Spiders SAN ANTONIO -- Junior Darrius Garrett (pictured) will be counted on by Chris Mooney to try to slow down the Morris twins from Kansas tomorrow. Game Stories March 19, 2011, 7:25 pm ET Richmond defeats Morehead State to advance to Sweet 16

UR parent and alums making book to honor football national championship win in 2008

Once as much a part of Richmond Spider football Saturday afternoons as any player, one of the most avid supporters of the football team is ready to exchange his megaphone and Spiderman shirt for a notebook and computer. Mike Radford, RC '78, attended Richmond football games during the time his two sons -- Brian and Christopher -- played for the school.

Richmond rallies to secure 69-65 victory at GW

WASHINGTON ? Senior Kevin Smith is known for his theatrical dunks and emotional play, but it was his calm free throws in the final minutes that helped the Spiders secure a 69-65 road win over George Washington University Wednesday night. Smith scored 14 points, had four assists and had two first half dunks.

Alpha Chi Omegas reflect on persisting sisterhood

Although their formal bonds of sisterhood were dissolved late last semester, former active members of the Richmond chapter of Alpha Chi Omega have endured through a process that initially left them stunned. Alpha Chi Omega Fraternity, Inc. closed the Iota Mu chapter on the Richmond campus, effective Nov.

Professor responds to Hajizada release; Milli also freed

A Richmond professor has responded to last Thursday's release of Adnan Hajizada, an alumnus who was arrested in July 2009 on charges of hooliganism and causing bodily harm. Department of political science chairman Vincent Wang, who organized a letter from Richmond professors in support of Hajizada, said he had been elated to hear news of his release. "I don't know if our letter helped, but I think that the international attention this case generated made it impossible for the autocratic Azeri regime to completely disregard outside pressure," Wang said.

Richmond cross country teams sweep Atlantic 10 titles

As Andrew Benford climbed the final hill of the Schenley Park course in Pittsburgh, Pa., Saturday and honed in on the defending champion of the race, his sights were equally set on both individual and team Atlantic 10 Conference titles.

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middle senior intern Margaret Sherridan from Stetson University
Leading a discussion on how to better the school's Bonner Scholars program.

Bonner Congress

middle senior intern Margaret Sherridan from Stetson University Leading a discussion on how to better the school's Bonner Scholars program.

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