For 27 hours, members of the student organization demonstrated in the Forum to bring attention to the 27 million currently enslaved people around the world
Most University of Richmond graduates enter the workforce before attending graduate school to gain professional experience and money to fund their degrees.
Those players who have finished their last season at Richmond ran, jumped and lifted on March 19 in hopes of being drafted in late April into the NFL.
Alan DeLorenzo, who worked in the chemistry department last year, lost 110 pounds with the help of the Weinstein Center’s Working on Wellness program.
University of Richmond’s Film Studies program hosted “Latin America in the Movies” this past weekend, as part of the Tucker-Boatwright Festival of Film.
Richmond’s Campus Activity Board is in the process of scheduling events for the spring semester. Prominent events include a spring concert and a guest speaker.
Westhampton College hosted a steak and wine dinner for 16 four-year roommates to celebrate their friendships where they played roommate-themed trivia games.
Richmond sophomore Robert Agaba, from Rwanda, is 28 years old and already making his presence felt on campus as a student and cross country and track athlete.
NBC news anchor Sabrina Squire will be the keynote speaker for Richmond’s fifth annual Women of Color Conference, set to take place on Feb. 15 at 1:30 p.m.
With internship season in high gear, Alumni and Career Services provide options only available to Richmond students and a place to start the search.