A Kappa Sigma junior and member of the men’s tennis team was found not guilty by a Richmond Circuit Court of a rape charge stemming from a fraternity party last spring.
Two male and two female inebriated students climbed onto the roof of the Jepson Alumni Center and took a large banner that read “Welcome Back Alumni.”
Tanveer Ahmed wonders why the media has become hesitant to report both sides of the story if one of the sides is not held in popular opinion.
Dominique Simon, a 2010 Richmond graduate, began a program to help students who were writing their essays by hand because they had never learned to use a computer.
A town hall to discuss Sharia law was hosted by the T.C. Williams School of Law last week. Among the speakers there were a former ambassador and a law professor.
Brendan Rhatican, author of “A Letter to Women”, shares his thoughts.
How a University of Richmond professor outsmarted textbook companies.
The university’s 181st Commencement was held at the Robins Center Sunday. Curtis Carlson delivered the commencement address and senior Ali Amaral was selected to be the student speaker.
Graduation ceremonies started Friday night with the Senior Celebration and culminated in the traditional Candlelight Ceremony Saturday night before Sunday’s graduation commencement.
Three political science majors won $1,600 for designing a House of Delegates map that placed first in the 2011 Virginia College and University Redistricting Competition.