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Spring Awakening, put on by the department of theatre and dance, was not only a hit with the audience, but also a favorite of several of the actors.
The baseball team won 2-1 on Sunday, and senior Jake Mayers pitched the complete game. Afterward, the players shaved their heads in support of cancer research.
Between 150 and 200 students attended the event, which was held earlier in the day than in years past. Organizers had to compensate for having a smaller budget.
Kappa Alpha Theta’s philanthropic fashion show, featuring local boutiques, attracted more than 500 students and raised $3,000 for its national philanthropy, CASA.
Chancellor Heilman will go on a cross-country motorcycle trip to commemorate his 87th birthday. He strives to stay young at heart and enjoy life to the fullest.
Many with Richmond connections were at Monday’s Boston Marathon, where two explosions went off near the finish line. No UR connections have been reported hurt.
In addition to donating all the events’ proceeds to two charities, Derby Days attracted a new, non-Greek team of competitors this year: Team Three Chopt.
A crowd gathered to hear Václav Klaus, second president of the Czech Republic, speak at Richmond as part of the Jepson School’s Marshall Center Lecture Series.
Richmond’s women’s lacrosse team is now 2-3 in the Atlantic 10 and has a record of 5-10 overall after its win over St. Bonaventure University this past Sunday.
For 27 hours, members of the student organization demonstrated in the Forum to bring attention to the 27 million currently enslaved people around the world