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Five in Alpha Phi Alpha’s philanthropy event Friday night, themed “That ’70s Show.” Kappa Kappa Gamma’s team placed first.
The Theatre for Social Change class depicts stereotyping on campus by performing skits.
Projects for Peace is a program that grants $10,000 to schools and universities for projects promoting peace and resolving conflicts around the world.
Students in Leadership through Stage and Screen worked with community children and adults to perform the Shakespeare play this past weekend.
The university received a grant to provide books and other materials focused on Islam in the library. Journalism professor Shahan Mufti’s book is included.
Emily Marsch traveled to Colombia in October as an upright bassist. The trip helped her solidify her post-graduation goals.
Stefanie Batten Bland is coming to the University of Richmond to teach dance classes and choreograph a piece for the University Dancers.
University of Richmond’s first outdoor leadership intern Tanya Sushkova looks for ways to incorporate the outdoors into student education.
“First Class” gives a detailed look into the past and present status of historically black Dunbar High School, in Washington, D.C., and its alumni.
Our food writer discusses her visit to the small Cary Town restaurant during Restaurant Week.