Men’s tennis team sees potential in their freshmen
Six out of the eight players on the men's tennis team are freshmen. Without an assistant coach, head coach Ben Johnson, has been relying on the older players on the team to help guide the young tennis team.
Students gather for annual Take Back the Night forum
This open forum is designed for students to discuss their experiences with sexual violence, or to listen to and support others. More than 200 students attended. Two counselors from Counseling and Psychological Services attended the event and giving support to and talking with students.
WCGA’s Bellis Fest attended by hundreds of students
A newcomer to Bellis Fest, BARK brought dogs for students to pet and walk around. The festival was moved to the weekend after Pig Roast to avoid over-programming.
Colombian musicians visit Richmond
Six musicians from Colombia, all in their early twenties, are in the middle of a two-week stay in Richmond and are scheduled to perform several times at University of Richmond. These musicians are associated with the Knocking on Doors to Open Futures Foundation.
Legalization of marijuana debated by detective and professors
The chapter of Young Americans for Liberty at the University of Richmond held a debate on whether or not marijuana should be legalized. The two Richmond professors and URPD detective who were debating on the issue argued in favor of marijuana legalization.
Hamby’s report went viral, as it opened investigations to lawyers, helped reform legislation and caused Johns Hopkins to suspend its black lung unit.
King Joffrey’s downfall surprises avid Game of Thrones fans. What will happen next is the lingering question on everyone’s minds.
The event will include a panel discussion of students among entrepreneurs and political leaders including Tim Kaine. Followed by a networking reception.
Six of the eight men’s tennis team members are freshmen. The team’s coach has relied on the upperclassmen to help the younger teammates succeed on and off the court.
This open forum is designed for students to discuss their experiences with sexual violence, or to listen to and support others. More than 200 students attended this year.
Game of Thrones’ new season has begun. The fantastical chaos continued to introduce more creative plot twists and thematic highlights.
The Octaves sold out Booker Hall for their Spring Fever concert. They said goodbye to their four seniors with a knock-out performance.