“It’s also an excuse to wear camouflage print and patriotic clothing, which everyone enjoys,” said sophomore Taylor Pfeiffer of tailgating.
Richmond football snapped a nine-game losing streak Satuday, taking down Gardner-Webb, 41-8, behind the arm of QB John Laub and the legs of FB Kendall Gaskins.
Thursday night marked the first big social event for the Class of 2013 as seniors. The Greek Theater was filled with lights, beer, music and dancing.
Rainy weather worked against Kappa Alpha Theta’s first wiffle ball tournament, KAT at Bat, with only eight teams playing of the 16 that signed up.
The SEE coalition sponsored a life-sized version of the game of Life Wednesday to exhibit the fact that quality of education can be left up to chance.
Westhampton College Government Association hosted Bellis Fest on Friday before Pig Roast. Booths and displays were set up by 15 other organizations too.
President and co-founder of the African People and Wildlife Fund, Lily Lichtenfield, discussed conservation methods beneficial to people and wildlife in Africa.
Ritmo Latino’s first concert was performed Friday night at the Pier, featuring music and dance representing countries and cultures from Latin America.
Ritmo Latino, Richmond’s first official Latin dance club, is hosting its first spring concert tonight. The 19 member club formed last fall.
More details have been found in Richmond offensive lineman Jimmy Speros’s felony hit-and-run case. If found guilty, Speros faces up to 10 years in prison.