Five students give advice on study tips, what they use to motivate themselves and how they release stress.
Participating restaurants will provide patrons with a pre-set, three-course meal for $25.14. FeedMore will receive $2.14 from every meal that is purchased.
The performers will have their backs to the fountain in a circular shape so that audience members will have to move around the circle during the concert.
Students revealed their assassination stories as the battle for the ultimate assassin continues. The last student standing will be claimed victor.
This year’s spring concert will feature new songs such as “Let it Go” from “Frozen” and “Give Me Love” by Ed Sheeran. Sirens alumnae have organized the entire event.
This education company is looking to Richmond graduates to fill teaching positions in China. This move is part of an international expansion in elementary education.
Buckner’s newest approach to grocery shopping is utilized in major cities. Costumers now have the opportunity to have groceries delivered to their homes.
University of Richmond held its second “Sexuality & Spirituality: Student Stories of Faith & Struggle” discussion March 31. A panel of four students shared their personal experiences.
Richmond commemorated the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda through events on and off campus. The goals of the week were to remember the genocide, raise awareness and raise concern for human rights.
The Octaves sold out Booker Hall for their Spring Fever concert. They said goodbye to their four seniors with a knock-out performance.
There is always a wait at this small, soul food restaurant in downtown Richmond, but Collegian contributor Sarah Stewart said it was worth the wait. She said Mama J’s was more than a meal — it was an experience.
SEEDS is the only student-led service-learning experience at Richmond. The organization’s mission is to combine community service with dialogue and an understanding of social justice.
The Bon Air Artists Association held an art show on campus Sunday, March 23. Thirty percent of the profits went to support the World Pediatric Project, which gives medical services to children in developing countries.
Students have the opportunity to express themselves on 8:15 at Boatwright’s coffee sleeves. This new competition will give students the chance to show off their favorite places on campus.
Student volunteers spent spring break working for food justice alongside Common Ground. A packed program provided for theoretical and practical approaches.
“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.
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.