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Participating restaurants will provide patrons with a pre-set, three-course meal for $25.14. FeedMore will receive $2.14 from every meal that is purchased.
The performers will have their backs to the fountain in a circular shape so that audience members will have to move around the circle during the concert.
Students revealed their assassination stories as the battle for the ultimate assassin continues. The last student standing will be claimed victor.
This year’s spring concert will feature new songs such as “Let it Go” from “Frozen” and “Give Me Love” by Ed Sheeran. Sirens alumnae have organized the entire event.
This education company is looking to Richmond graduates to fill teaching positions in China. This move is part of an international expansion in elementary education.
Buckner’s newest approach to grocery shopping is utilized in major cities. Costumers now have the opportunity to have groceries delivered to their homes.
University of Richmond held its second “Sexuality & Spirituality: Student Stories of Faith & Struggle” discussion March 31. A panel of four students shared their personal experiences.
Richmond commemorated the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda through events on and off campus. The goals of the week were to remember the genocide, raise awareness and raise concern for human rights.
The Octaves sold out Booker Hall for their Spring Fever concert. They said goodbye to their four seniors with a knock-out performance.
There is always a wait at this small, soul food restaurant in downtown Richmond, but Collegian contributor Sarah Stewart said it was worth the wait. She said Mama J’s was more than a meal — it was an experience.