After missing Richmond’s previous nine games, F Derrick Williams returned against St. Louis, but the Billikens still managed to win, 56-46, with strong defense.
Spider Kendall Gaskins joined football players from across the country to play in the Texas vs. The Nation Bowl and prepare for the coming NFL Draft.
Down by sixteen points with 9 minutes to go in the second half, the Spiders had to go on a 20-4 run to send the game into extras and pull out a win.
The two Ultimate Frisbee teams at Richmond will host tournaments on campus. The men will play Saturday, April 14. The women will play on Sunday. April 15.
Richmond college deans, Joe Boehman and Patrick Benner, know what goes on during Pig Roast, and they’re taking extra precaution to ensure student safety.
Milkshakes and smoothies have been offered at ETC since the Monday before spring break. Six flavors of shakes and two flavors of smoothies are available.
Men’s basketball players Josh Duinker and Francis-Cedric Martel came out to support Ballin’ for Books, Pi Beta Phi’s philanthropic 3-on-3 basketball tournament.
The university of Richmond recently received a four-star LGBT rating out of five from the Campus Climate Index, indicating a rise in acceptance on campus.
A WDCE benefit concert held Saturday night to raise awareness for the on-campus radio station and raise money for equipment upgrades passed the station’s program director’s hopes.
“As UhuBB developed, we wanted it to be more than just books,” Knox said. “We wanted it to also be a place where seniors could sell their futons or refrigerators before they graduated.”