In addition to donating all the events’ proceeds to two charities, Derby Days attracted a new, non-Greek team of competitors this year: Team Three Chopt.
The program — with 385 members on Richmond’s campus — has had only two cars available since fall 2011, but now includes a Ford Focus to increase availability.
Richmond Honor Council’s annual Honor Week included a speaker, Alexis Redding from Harvard University, and a focus on academic integrity and classroom ethics.
The Spiders silenced the Colonials in a second-half comeback during an important conference game, breaking their pattern of hitting a lull in the third quarter.
The second annual Documentaries in the Greek will screen films with issues concerning the military, healthcare, cyber hacking and the war on drugs.
$13.6 million in renovations to the Robins Center will include new lighting, seating and entertainment platforms and will be completed by May of this year.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Junot Díaz gave a variety of advice about literature, writing and life in general to his audience at the Jepson Alumni Center last Tuesday.
For the tenth year in a row, the Princeton Review has included the University of Richmond on its list of 75 best-value private universities in America.
Justice of the Supreme Court in Virginia Harry L. Carrico, who died Jan. 27, earned his degrees from George Washington, but adopted Richmond late in his career.
Freshman Joseph Berselli, who cheered in high school, became Richmond’s first male cheerleader in more than a decade when he joined the squad this year.