Greg Lauritano of Long Island, New York is partnering with inLieu Giving — a website created by 2012 graduates — to raise money for victims of Hurricane Sandy.
The Sport Club Council put a classification system into place last year to help determine how much financial resources would be allotted to each club.
The University Museums and the Modlin Center for the Arts hosted the fifth annual Family Arts Day this Sunday. This years theme was the “Carnival of the Animals.”
A research grant awarded to Cornelius Beausang, the physics department chairman, will help him and his team further their research in the study of nuclear stewardship, which involves an alternative way of testing nuclear weapons.
During his tenure, Hossein Sadid “graduated” after spearheading the housing redevelopment plan, among other improvements that put the university on sound financial footing.
Congressman Bobby Scott spoke at the event held in the T. C. Williams School of Law about why life sentences without parole should be unconstitutional.
University of Richmond student organizations are being brought together this year through the Student Activities’ new web platform known as OrgSync.
The renovations cost $2.5 million and took four months to complete, architect intern Robert Shepard said.
The second annual Luaupalooza was held at the Forum Thursday and featured inflatables, tricycles, a DJ, snow cones and a mechanical bull.
Pat Eagan and Company won Richmond Kappa Sigma’s first Battle of the Bands competition, which raised more than $1,000 for the Dominion School for Autism.