Mining the Dispatch, a computer analysis program created out of The Boatwright Library Digital Scholarship Lab analyzes Civil War trends in the Times-Dispatch.
After trailing for most of the first half, Richmond women’s basketball led the entire second half, winning, 71-61, in its season opener against Longwood.
A memorial tree in honor of those who lost their lives because of transgender violence was transplanted from the Gay Community Center of Richmond to UR’s campus.
The University of Richmond prepared for Hurricane Sandy, which caused little damage but has left much devastation in students’ hometowns on the east coast.
Joe Hoyle, an accounting professor in the Robins School, was accorded the honor by BusinessWeek. He remembers the name of every student he ever taught.
Richmond’s annual Arts Around the Lake, held around the Westhampton Lake, will be held tomorrow from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Admission is free.
Richmond journalism professor Robert Hodierne’s documentary on the military in Afghanistan will be aired today on channel 23 at 10 p.m.
Of the four twenty-seven non-affiliated year olds arrested for stealing textbooks to support heroin use, three have been convicted and one awaits trial.
The company performed six pieces over two hours in Alice Jepson Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 14.
A lead figure on University of Richmond’s cleaning and maintenance team, Jermaine Massenburg has dedicated over 30 years to serving the UR community.