Between 150 and 200 students attended the event, which was held earlier in the day than in years past. Organizers had to compensate for having a smaller budget.
The Richmond Acromantulas will be traveling to Kissimmee, Fla., this weekend with hopes of catching the golden snitch in the Quidditch World Cup.
Three members of the Global Health SSIR raised $1,360 for the organization, which seeks to improve healthcare in underdeveloped communities around the world.
Pandora radio placed a listening cap on mobile devices to 40 hours per month to compensate for rising royalty costs. Listening on a computer is still unlimited.
Mirrorless Monday, Get Talking Tuesday, Don’t Sell Yourself Short Wednesday, and No Makeup Thursday each corresponded to an action during Love Your Body Week.
Richmond students along with the ice hockey team and the Rowdies joined in on the new dance called the Harlem Shake, the ice hockey team’s video attracting more than 50,000 views
On Feb. 19-21 and March 19-21, APO will be tabling in the Commons and selling handmade items to raise money for a non-profit organization that helps homeless boys.
On Feb. 23, members and supporters of University of Richmond Stop Hunger Now will package nearly 13,000 meals to send across the world to families in need.
Students from Richmond and other Virginia schools who have received the Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant met with hometown legislators on Monday.
Match Corps works to ensure that those who fall behind due to disability, language difficulties, are able to catch up. The programs helps students from grade school up to college.