Six University of Richmond students on the debate team met with President Edward Ayers and Provost Steve Allred last week to propose an alternate form of funding for the debate team.
The University of Richmond administration significantly reduced its funding for the policy debate team, which has more than a 60-year history at the university, effective at the end of the 2010-2011 academic year.
The members of Delta Sigma Theta sorority held their first shoe drive as part of a regional initiative to spread awareness for victims of domestic violence.
The women’s tennis team, defending Atlantic 10 champions for the past two years, has completed its fall season, promising a competitive return next spring, when team competition begins.
On Oct. 15, the team hosted about 25 children from the Youth Life Foundation of Richmond (YLFR) for a swim clinic teaching the children, ranging from kindergarten to elementary school-age, basic swim lessons.
Disc golf is a small but nationally growing sport. Players begin each hole at a tee — similar to golf — and try to get the Frisbee into the hole, a chain basket, in as few throws as possible.
The University of Richmond’s Career Development Center received a bronze ranking from Out for Work, an organization that works with college career centers to improve the quality of support for LGBTQ students transitioning from school to the workplace.
The field hockey team is looking to become repeat Atlantic 10 Conference champions and has started its season with a 1-1 record.