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.
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.
The URPD will be holding a silent auction of unclaimed items from campus. All profits will benefit the Special Olympics of Virginia.
Kristen Bailey of the equestrian team has qualified for the IHSA national championship May 1. She will compete in the novice over fences division.
Spiders for Life and SFLA will hold an event surrounding the issue of illegal abortions. It will be from 8:45 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday on the academic quad.
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.
The physics department bought a drone, named URbee, which is being coveted for use by other departments across campus.
PMG required members to pay anywhere between $500-$2,000 dollars to be a part of the finance group. Students expressed their outrage and acceptance.
Offensive slurs were spray-painted on Sig Ep’s lodge Saturday night. The URPD is investigating and the person or people responsible have yet to be identified.
The Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity has been on campus now for one year. DSP only takes current or intended business majors.
Most University of Richmond students have heard news of the recent cholera outbreak in Haiti, but the gravity of the situation was made clearer on Wednesday afternoon.
Prescription drugs, narcotics, sexual crimes, and prevention are examined in statistical detail.
The analysis harnesses data from “Police Reports” published in The Collegian, spanning Aug. 28, 2008, to March 25, 2010.»Read more Rice Reports
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.
I won’t check myself into CAPS just yet, but I won’t be surprised if I need to come January. I, along with many other juniors studying abroad, should be prepared to go slightly insane upon returning to Richmond.»Read more Dispatches from Abroad blog entries