These runners had a spectrum of motivations, from personal goals to charitable causes. American Family Fitness sponsored the race.
The SSIR program responds to growing student interest by adding four classes on diverse subjects.
The series on drone use will include a documentary, debate and formal presentation. Events will take place Nov. 6, 13 and 14, respectively.
During October, the Office of Common Ground has hosted a wide variety of LGBTQ-related events to raise awareness and inclusion for queer students.
About 50 students participated in the sorority’s 5K around Westhampton Lake. The women raised more than $500 to go toward lupus research.
The Center for Civic Engagement and the Office of the Chaplaincy hosted Richmond’s poverty simulation, attended by more than 50 student participants.
The CCE and Office of the Chaplaincy will co-host this event. For the first time, the simulation will be offered both semesters within the year.
Richmond’s 2013 Family Weekend is Sept. 27-29. The online brochure contains registration information and a full list of the weekend’s activities.
The new Westhampton Residence Hall and the South Campus apartments are scheduled to be completed by next fall.
University of Richmond freshman Maddie Wittich recounts her experience of the Boston Marathon bombings.