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In its final game ever, Richmond men’s soccer tied VCU, 3-3, in front of a large group hoping that the administration changes its decision to cut the team.
Richmond’s final men’s soccer game ever ended in a 3-3 tie with nationally-ranked VCU on Friday in front of many fans hoping to help “Save Spider Soccer.”
Richmond’s athletic affiliate for all non-football sports, the Atlantic 10, has recently added two more schools for the coming seasons in rival VCU and Butler.
In a just-for-fun format, Richmond men’s golf team defeated VCU in the inaugural Black and Blue Cup, giving the Spiders momentum heading to the A-10 tournament.
Richmond’s cross registration program, designed to allow students to take courses not offered here at other schools, isn’t formally tracked.
Professors at the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University are co-hosting the 20th annual French Film Festival from March 29 to April 1 at the Byrd Theatre in Carytown.
Richmond and VCU professors are joining together to host this year’s French Film Festival at the Byrd Theatre. The festival will be from March 29-Apr. 1.
Leadership within the campus’ poetry club, SpokenSilence, hopes to expand their activities, and co-host a poetry slam in downtown Richmond with students from VCU.
English professor Daryl Dance is retiring this spring after spending 20 years at Richmond. Dance is known in the English community as the “Dean of Folkculture.”
Turnovers and poor shooting plagued Richmond men’s basketball Friday night in its 73-51 loss at rival Virginia Commonwealth University.