Junior Jordan Furtado is one of about 30 Reserve Officers’ Training Corps members at Richmond. Furtado had a military lifestyle even before coming to campus.
Seniors Elizabeth Ygartua, Kellie Morgan and Jon Henry will display their bodies of work at the Harnett museum in the Modlin Center April 13 to May 3.
UR Busted, a charity fundraiser sponsored by University of Richmond police, will lead to Richmond students and faculty being arrested on phony charges.
Alexander Hamlet, who graduated from Richmond in 1972, is returning to sign copies of her first book “The Right Guard,” a military intelligence thriller.
Boatwright Memorial Library is currently undergoing some renovations. Library officials say the attempt is to separate quiet and group study areas better.
Moving from the NCLL to the more competitive MCLA this season, the men’s varsity club lacrosse team has begun 3-0 with wins over ECU, Miami and UCF.
Members of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority held KATwalk on Monday, an annual fashion show, to raise donations in support of program for neglected and abused children.
After falling behind by 16 to begin the game, Richmond men’s basketball battled back to take a lead in the second half, but still lost to Xavier.
Many organizations at the University of Richmond, both Greek and non-Greek, volunteer with the Church Hill Activities and Tutoring program, or CHAT.
One hundred and eighty seven students signed up to participate in this year’s edition of UR Assassins, in which participants are given the name of a person they have to ‘assassinate.”