“Nightlife as an Art Form” brings drag queens and concerts into the classroom. Students study social change and human behavior, and attend cultural events.
Contributor Sarah Stewart reviews The Daily, a trendy restaurant next to the Byrd Theater in Carytown.
Richmond placed second in the Sustainability Office’s biggest event of the year. During the competition, Richmond had a 3 percent electricity reduction.
Alpha Kappa Alpha hosted the school’s first “Race at Richmond” panel. As a close to Black History Month, students addressed the issue of racism on campus.
The Tucker-Boatwright Festival will feature the Parking Lot Project, which will turn 21 parking spaces in C-lot into art canvases.
The Westhampton women were given awards for their service and leadership on senior night.
On Feb. 14 and 15, 32 University of Richmond women performed monologues that focused on empowering women. The cast was the largest it had been in years.
Contributing food critic Sarah Stewart reviews popular pizza chain Mellow Mushroom, which recently opened a location in Carytown.
David Blanchard founded Blanchard’s Coffee Co. in Richmond more than a decade ago, and his coffee is available at three campus retail locations.
At “Let’s Talk about ‘IT,’” a rape survivor and her friend raised awareness of the problem and frequency of sexual assault on college campuses.
The sixth annual “Women of Color” conference will be held Feb. 21. This year’s theme is ”Empowerment and Improvement: Self, Wealth, and Health.”
Richmond’s summer program in Argentina will fall during the World Cup, giving students the opportunity to see the impact “fútbol” has on Argentinian culture.
University of Richmond accounting students give back to the community by helping low-income residents with tax returns at UR Downtown.
The theatre and dance department’s presentation of “The Laramie Project” was fully produced by students in the Production Studies III course.
Registered undergraduate students are eligible to enroll in one free SPCS noncredit course each semester.
Each year, students enjoy this opportunity to meet Holocaust survivors. This year’s new sponsor, SPIDERS Step Up!, will emphasize the “bystander effect.”
After a 24.5-year career at the Weinstein Center, budget coordinator Amelia Wolfe retired. She was crucial in developing the recreation and wellness department.
Anthony Seeger spoke on campus about how music instigates activism and change. He used the work of his uncle Pete Seeger, recently deceased, as an example.
David Stevens, creative writing professor, has offered off-campus learning tools in his class such as traveling with his students to a shooting range
Cutter Hodierne won the award for best director at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival for his feature-length film “Fishing Without Nets.”
Celia Landesberg founded the club this semester in hopes of exposing more students to the various aspects of geography outside of the classroom.
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.