Philip Hart, a professor emeritus of religion, died Nov. 3, 2012 at age 87 after fighting Alzheimer’s. He was married to his wife Jean for 59 years.
Darien Brothers led the Spiders in scoring for the third straight game, and Richmond moved to 3-0 with a 68-58 home victory over the Hampton Pirates.
John Laub, the starting quarterback for the Spiders at the beginning of the season, broke his angle, giving sophomore Michael Strauss an opportunity to start.
Alpha Phi Omega’s 18th annual Teeter for Tots fundraiser lasted a week with activities including an a capella sing-off, a dunk tank and see-saws.
Fall Break in Richmond, sponsored in part by the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement, allowed students to visit places like the James River, VMFA and Capitol.
A non traditional play about a Latino family struggling with the death of a son named Blu, and the challenges of gang life, poverty, and a father in jail.
Parents Weekend left seniors nostalgic and underclassmen, and their parents, ready for the years that will follow, including more football after a close loss.
After spending the summer training and competing for the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team, Wann arrived in Richmond on Sept. 10 to rejoin her UR teammates.
Jennifer Pozner, formerly of Extra! magazine, spoke to students about the dangers of too much reality television.
After falling in its first four games of the 2012 season, Richmond’s women’s soccer team defeated Villanova, 3-1, in its first home contest.