Spider fans can be awarded points for daily Facebook and Twitter posts that promote Richmond’s athletic program and use those points to redeem prizes.
With a $10,000 grant from the Projects for Peace award, Sherzel Smith plans to help revitalize farms and provide health services to two villages in Ghana.
The number of Richmond students who changed their profile pictures to red equal signs represented the growing support for LBGTQ rights and equality on campus.
A new suite-style residence hall and apartment complex for upperclassmen are going to be completed by summer 2014, as part of the university’s Master Plan.
The Octaves will perform songs from their new album “Ricochet,” some of which have never been sung live, at their Spring Fever 19 concert on March 2.
University of Richmond will host “Emotions in Motion SAVE 5K” with all proceeds going to the SAVE organization, which promotes education on mental illness.
The RCSGA and WCGA will present an account of their work on campus since 2008, hoping that the BOT with reconsider the role of student voices on campus.
Next fall Richmond students will have the opportunity to keep a puppy in their University Forest Apartments if they sign up to train it to be a seeing-eye dog.
A series of anonymous social media handles like Richmond Compliments are allowing students to send in friendly comments for other members of the community.
The Sirens, The Octaves and Choeur du Roi will compete in A Cappella Sing-Off in Busch Garden to support Literacy for Life and the Williamsburg Choral Guild.