Check out photos from Richmond’s exciting overtime victory over 19th-ranked VCU, as Spider fans rushed the court at the conclusion of the upset.
Three student organizations — College Libertarians, Web Design Club and Young Americans for Liberty — will begin operations in the coming spring semester.
Campus-based organization, Stop Hunger Now, allowed students to donate their dining hall swipes, donations are going to its meal-packaging event in the spring.
UR B-school graduates created an app that lets sports fans predict outcomes of games. The graduates have started partnering with sports bars to promote the app.
A rule change being submitted to the NCAA would lower the rim in Women’s Basketball seven inches to bring back fans with higher scoring games.
Richmond’s final men’s soccer game ever ended in a 3-3 tie with nationally-ranked VCU on Friday in front of many fans hoping to help “Save Spider Soccer.”
Tim Gruber, freshman track athlete who became a YouTube sensation with a video of his excitement at recieving his acceptance letter from UR, now plans to transfer.
View photos from Sunday’s UR Save Our Sports Forum, where students, faculty, athletes, alumni and parents gathered to discuss the recent track and soccer cuts.
Richmond’s Writers Series, held bi-annually, begins with Lydia Millet, award-winning novelist, reading one of her works of literature.
After being told four hours earlier that the school was cutting their program after the season, Richmond men’s soccer defeated VMI, 2-0, in Robins Stadium.