Leaders of UR Fierce and Future American Men of Excellence hosted a UR Fashion Police show on Friday, showing what to wear and not to wear in certain settings.
Student leaders plan “Welcome Week” during the first week of fall semester to engage new students.
After a third place finish in last year’s A-10 Outdoor Championships, Richmond women’s track & field team is working hard to ensure better results this season.
Author and Sewanee professor David Haskell will speak to students Thursday evening in the Gottwald Auditorium about his new book about the Shakerag Hollow.
UR offensive lineman Jimmy Speros is next scheduled to appear in court at 9:30 a.m. on June 11 following his preliminary hearing this morning.
Richmond’s chapter of Pi Beta Phi will be hosting a charity basketball tournament, Ballin’ for Books, this Friday to support First Book and CHAT.
Joanita Senogg, a night associate in the Boatwright Memorial Library, is hoping to raise $250,000 to rebuild and expand the Ugandan school she founded in 1994.
Richmond lacks many core course requirements, according to the American Council of Trustees and Alumni’s report on cost and quality issues at Virginia colleges.
Holocaust survivors served as tour guides for the evening and so students felt as if they were experiencing the Holocaust, or at least certain aspects of it.
Despite the recent economic recession, alumni have donated $5.5 million more to the university in 2011, according to the Office of Annual Giving.