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Three suspects were charged in the killing of rising sophomore Brendan Tevlin. Ali Muhammad Brown, a suspect, plead not guilty to charges and could face the death penalty.
Rising sophomore Brendan Tevlin was shot and killed in West Orange, N.J., according to authorities. This incident does not appear to be random, they said.
Ginny Doyle turned many heads when she broke both the NCAA consecutive-made foul-shot records in 1992. Billy Packer, at least at first, had been suspicious.
Women’s basketball staff members Ginny Doyle and Natalie Lewis were two of the three passengers in a fatal hot air ballon crash, according to sources.
Richmond men’s lacrosse will face Air Force in the opening round of the NCAA tournament. The Spiders beat High Point 8-7 in the Atlantic Sun championship.
The URPD will be holding a silent auction of unclaimed items from campus. All profits will benefit the Special Olympics of Virginia.
Five students give advice on study tips, what they use to motivate themselves and how they release stress.
Kristen Bailey of the equestrian team has qualified for the IHSA national championship May 1. She will compete in the novice over fences division.
A former UR lacrosse player recruited and supplied dealers with drugs to sell at five high schools in what they called the “Main Line Take Over Project.”
Jacqueline S. Fetrow will take Steve Allred’s spot as provost and vice president for academic affairs this July.