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The baseball team won 2-1 on Sunday, and senior Jake Mayers pitched the complete game. Afterward, the players shaved their heads in support of cancer research.
Senior Megan Nickerson reflects on how her battle with leukemia will require a “marathon mentality.”
Co-chairs in organizing University of Richmond’s Relay for Life proceedings, Katy Alexander and Krystal Mirkovich, talk about what their event entails.
When UR professor David Dean was diagnosed with stage IV lymphoma midway through fall semester, he made lecture videos for his classes with the help of many.
The grant will last for three years, and covers $348,572 of materials, student stipends, travel and other expenses with the goal of presenting a compound that can be used to treat cancer.
Studies have linked tanning bed usage to skin cancer, but the pressure to be bronze weighs heavily on college students, including those at Richmond.
University of Richmond held its sixth annual Relay for Life Friday in the Weinstein Center, raising more than $25,000 and campus-wide awareness.
Senior Geoff Weathersby started a fundraiser for a scholarship for his father, who lost a five-year battle with cancer. His goal is to raise $20,000 in two months.
Even among those who are less extreme, bronzer is a key piece in most makeup bags and the tanning salon is at the top of most prom (and Ring Dance) to-do lists.
A group of Richmond students works to bring hope, smiles and magic back to dozens of children by fundraising to send the children of parents who have or have had cancer to a week-long sleepaway camp, for free.