Many crew members had never rowed until college, and leaders of the club are hoping for more novices to express interest before the end of the year.
Several free trials of databases spanning a variety of subjects were acquired by the library.
Richmond and VCU students work together to publish an online journal called Digital America, focused on millennials and readers of the digital age.
Justice in Civil Society and Social Movements serve as forums for Thad Williamson and his students to discuss the civic work they do outside of class.
An unusually cool and rainy summer likely contributed to the growth of furry mold in certain classrooms in Ryland Hall, which staff discovered in August.
A new arrangement allows students in the business school to have free online access to the Wall Street Journal, which is already provided in print on campus.
Renovations of the Robins Center include four new video boards and improved lighting. Players and coaches are excited to play in the heightened atmosphere.
Art students and faculty installed historical photos on a Cary Street wall for this weekend’s festival. They will also paint murals there this semester.
Students and faculty attended a memorial service to honor professor David Dean. Dean was a dedicated economics professor in the Robins School of Business for 25 years.
Professors have the ability to offer multiple exam time slots or self-scheduled exams, although it may not be the most beneficial option for students.