The 2013-2014 One Book, One Campus title will be “The Laramie Project,” a play about an anti-gay hate crime and the social issues surrounding it.
The fourth annual Greek Games benefiting Special Olympics took place on Richmond’s campus for the first time Saturday and included VCU and high school students.
The annual event will take place on Richmond’s campus for the first time, organized by Special Olympics interns who are students at Richmond and VCU.
Four schools are leaving the Atlantic 10 conference, allowing George Mason University to join as the third Virginia school in the 13-team league.
Two professors held a forum Tuesday to discuss lodge culture and sexual assault on campus. Fifteen students, mostly female, were in attendance, which was assumed to be because of the subject matter.
After trailing for much of the game, Richmond took control late thanks to big plays from Greg Robbins to defeat GW for its third straight conference win.
Richmond senior Andrew Pericak is one of about 10 Richmond students who sometimes play with the pep band, but many of its members are graduates of UR rival VCU.
The University of Richmond women’s basketball team beat the University of Massachusetts on Sunday, and Rachel Bilney scored her 1,000th point for the Spiders.
Zoë Romano, who graduated from UR in 2009, plans to walk the 2,088-mile Tour de France route this summer to raise funds for the World Pediatric Project.
The University of Dayton’s women’s basketball team defended the Spiders tightly, causing them to miss inside shots and lose 72-64.