Spring Awakening gets positive reaction from audience and actors
Spring Awakening, put on by the department of theatre and dance, was a hit with the audience
Baseball team celebrates win, shaves heads for cancer research
The Richmond baseball team has raised $6,612 for the Vs. Cancer Foundation, and the players and coaches shaved their heads following Sunday's win to show their support for children's cancer research.
Diversity Roundtable’s Luaupalooza brings students together
Diversity Roundtable held their annual Luaupalooza in the Forum, attracting between 150 and 200 students
Students walk the runway in Theta’s fourth annual KATwalk
Kappa Alpha Theta's fourth annual Kat Walk is a philanthropic fashion show that this year $3,000 for its national charity, CASA. The fashion featured local boutiques.
The A-10, which has been greatly affected by conference realignment over the past two years, announced last week that Davidson would join the league in 2014.
Myra Daleng, creator of the University Dancers and the dance major, retires after 35 years of countless contributions to the dance program and her students.
The Lavender Graduation ceremony recognized 19 LGBTQ students and allies. There were two keynote speakers, awards and participation from all five schools.
The baseball team won 2-1 on Sunday, and senior Jake Mayers pitched the complete game. Afterward, the players shaved their heads in support of cancer research.
With a $10,000 grant from the Projects for Peace award, Sherzel Smith plans to help revitalize farms and provide health services to two villages in Ghana.
The opinions assistant gives you her tips to survive until beach week without losing your roommate, friends and/or significant other.
A sub-chapter of Guiding Eyes for the Blind, a guide dog training school, has been established on campus, and members will be raising two puppies this fall.
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