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.
The Office of the Chaplaincy offers pilgrimages to foreign countries to explore a variety of religions and cultures.
An exhibit on Abraham Lincoln is hosted at the UR Downtown site until Nov. 13. The exhibit features a draft of Lincoln’s first inaugural speech and more.
WCGA and RCSGA have been working together to bring food trucks to campus during finals. This project could give rise to more events planned by both groups.
Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority raises funds for the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation after a former member was diagnosed with the illness.
The Student Health Center offers flu vaccinations and other advice regarding flu prevention this season.
During October, the Office of Common Ground has hosted a wide variety of LGBTQ-related events to raise awareness and inclusion for queer students.
Drika Bianchin, junior, expects her injury to heal in four to six months. She said her teammates had been helpful and supportive in her recovery.
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.
A continuation of parents weekend… I have been dying to go to Julep’s for the longest time. It has won the best shrimp and grits in Virginia for the last 7 years in a row and the whole menu looked awesome. It was a clear decision what my first choice restaurant was going to be [...]
The Center for Civic Engagement and the Office of the Chaplaincy hosted Richmond’s poverty simulation, attended by more than 50 student participants.
After seeing the completion of The Richmond Promise next summer, Allred will take a year of sabbatical and then teach in the law school for two years.
Charlie Sheen’s media rants are the stuff of poetry. Whether the high priest Vatican assassin warlock is talking about his goddesses, explaining the inner-workings of his brain or lampooning his employers, he is undeniably entertaining.
“Spartacus” is a new, awesome take on pornography. I suppose it could be categorized as a historical time-period fetish series — nothing gets me going like the Third Servile War!
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The Collegian asks students about their favorite part of Ring Dance.
The Collegian asks students, Richmond football fans and Elon football fans how they felt about the inaugural game at Robins Stadium September 18.
Read about our food columnist’s trip to the Fan district seafood restaurant during Family Weekend. Plus, a review of D-Hall’s lettuce wrap station.
The menu at Angela’s has a lot of authentic classic Italian staples, which isn’t surprising because of the Italian owners.
Stuzzi features a wood-fueled pizza oven, which serves as the social centerpiece of the dining room. The menu is both adventurous and classic, Caroline Croasdaile writes.
After studying abroad for six months in England, Zach Russell provides a list of some foreign artists that merit a listen.
Computer science professor Wade Downey’s performance at The Cellar last Thursday is reviewed by Collegian reporter Chris McClintick.
Turn up your speakers to blare Mute Math’s “Typical” and you’ll get anything but that.