The non-profit Two Degrees Food offers Richmond students the opportunity to buy an energy bar and provide a meal to a hungry child a deal inspired by TOMS.
The Bulgarian Dance Club celebrated Easter the traditional Bulgarian way. The group bought and hard-boiled 100 eggs for the event.
SALSA hosted its third annual Noche Latino, bringing more awareness of Latino culture. The event featured food, dancing and a Mr. Latin America competition.
With construction on the sorority cottages behind South Court almost done, each sorority is starting to think about how it is going to use them.
Collegian reporter Charlotte Brackett takes a ride in an ambulance with the UREMS team and finds out why some call it the “best job in the world.”
Students talk about their adventures as a part of University of Richmond Emergency Medical Services (UREMS), a student-run volunteer program.
Danny Rocco, named University of Richmond’s head football coach last December, is already earning the respect and attention of his new team’s players.
Senior UR student Charlotte Brackett traveled to England earlier this month to compete in the Olympic Trials for swimming. She blogged her adventures.
A new rhetoric course on Lady Gaga will be taught by Madison Moore, a graduate of the University of Michigan, and focus on the “heavy socio-cultural issues” at play in her music.
Sonya Renee Taylor. described as one of the most distinguished, recognizable and accomplished female artists in performance poetry, came to campus last week to perform.