KMPG Chairman John B. Veihmeyer spoke to Richmond students at the Robins School of Business on how to go about choosing which firm to join after graduation.
After Paul Queally’s remarks at a private party were criticized recently, he decided to issue a formal apology through The Collegian.
“Young Money” by Kevin Roose quoted “sexist” and “homophobic” remarks Paul Queally, board of trustees member and Richmond donor, made at a private dinner.
Each year, students enjoy this opportunity to meet Holocaust survivors. This year’s new sponsor, SPIDERS Step Up!, will emphasize the “bystander effect.”
The University of Richmond School of Law discusses the toxic chemical pollution in Virginia waterways.
Brendan Cole, RC ’13, died of yet to be reported causes Jan. 4. He was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity and the club lacrosse team.
These friends attended the CCE election results party after each voting for a different candidate for governor of Virginia.
Former athletic director Jim Miller has transitioned into athletics fundraising as the special assistant to the president for athletic advancement.
The psychology department has responded to demands for more available spots in upper-level classes, while still keeping professors available for mentoring.
The Spiders played a close game against Pittsburgh Saturday, the score being tied four times throughout the game. Sophomore Nate Volpert led the team with four goals.