A sub-chapter of Guiding Eyes for the Blind, a guide dog training school, has been established on campus, and members will be raising two puppies this fall.
The Children’s Health SSIR is bringing dance lessons to campus to fundraise for an organization that brings ballroom dancing to elementary schools.
Victims of sexual assault, as well as other students and faculty, will gather to tell their stories at Take Back the Night on Tuesday, April 9 in the Forum.
Friends, family and Off the Cuff alumni came to support OTC’s tenth year anniversary at the a cappella group’s decade concert.
The Wellness Education Bandits hosted the event, which included educational, yet fun, activities that teach students to be safer and healthier around campus.
Richmond’s student-run literary magazine, set to come out April 8, includes 128 pages of creative writing and art submissions from undergraduates this year.
Ten students participated in a Bonner program over break that exposed them to Richmond’s educational system and allowed them to form plans for positive change.
Alan DeLorenzo, who worked in the chemistry department last year, lost 110 pounds with the help of the Weinstein Center’s Working on Wellness program.
Funding for the PPEL program by the Koch Foundation has caused controversy over whether the business relationship will influence academic freedom of thought.
The University Dancers performed their annual show this weekend. The company put hard work into the dances and is proud of how the performances went.
Chance to Play is the project of UR students with passions for sports and philanthropy. It works with the World Pediatric Project to serve patients in Richmond.
Students are making wishes come true for critically-ill children by fundraising for the Make-A-Wish Foundation by offering a bagel-in-bed delivery service.
Two Richmond alumni quit their corporate jobs to open Be Good Clothing, a clothing retailer in San Francisco that donates a meal for every item purchased.
The Octaves will perform songs from their new album “Ricochet,” some of which have never been sung live, at their Spring Fever 19 concert on March 2.
The Virginia General Assembly may allow for alternative certification with new legislation, letting such as programs such as Teach for America in Virginia.
Olatunde Olatunji, Zach Correa, and Keefer Taylor started the Computer Outreach School of Nigeria to aid the 80% of Nigerians who have never touched a computer.
Richmond students along with the ice hockey team and the Rowdies joined in on the new dance called the Harlem Shake, the ice hockey team’s video attracting more than 50,000 views
Westhampton College hosted a steak and wine dinner for 16 four-year roommates to celebrate their friendships where they played roommate-themed trivia games.
Zoë Romano, who graduated from UR in 2009, plans to walk the 2,088-mile Tour de France route this summer to raise funds for the World Pediatric Project.
Richmond sophomore Robert Agaba, from Rwanda, is 28 years old and already making his presence felt on campus as a student and cross country and track athlete.
Rachael and Samantha Bilney are playing their last season on the Richmond basketball team as fifth year seniors. The two reflect on their years on the team.
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.
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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.
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.
Ethiopian cuisine typically consists of spicy vegetable and meat dishes in the form of “wat” or thick stew, served with, atop or inside “injera” which is a large flatbread but seemed to me more like a large spongy sourdough crepe.
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.