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Kristen Bailey of the equestrian team has qualified for the IHSA national championship May 1. She will compete in the novice over fences division.
UMass won Saturday’s game 9-8, which ended the Spiders’ five-game winning streak. Richmond needs one more win to ensure a spot in the A-10 tournament.
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.
Players refuse to report their concussions in order to escape being sent to the sideline, and continue pursuing a professional career.
Speakers discussed the importance of service and entrepreneurship for young people. Richmond was chosen for its engaged student body.
Starting placekicker Brandon Jordi, who broke the school record for field goals made in a season, left the Richmond’s football team.
The Richmond synchronized swimming team put on an award-winning performance at the national competition in Ohio. With just three members, the team is a tight-knit, high-performing group.
The university will receive the Catalyst Award for supporting LGBTQ students and creating a more inclusive environment. The Richmond Promise, the university’s strategic plan, made inclusivity on campus a main goal.
Standardized testing is a poor way to evaluate a prospective student’s intelligence and potential. Despite its changes, the new SAT will continue to be a major source of stress for high schoolers and will still fail to capture what they have to offer to a university.
UREMS received the Striving for Excellence award and the HeartSafe Campus award at the National Collegiate EMS Foundation’s annual conference. It was held from Feb. 28 to March 2 in Boston.