University of Richmond

This is one piece of correspondence you don’t want to receive from the national chapter of a sorority or fraternity. Richmond, Va– The University of Richmond has no tolerance for misconduct on or off campus. U of R is suspending one of its fraternities after an email is populated containing what is being called ” […]

Education matters and is the tool to use for a successful feature. Rodney “Ronnie” White and I attended middle and high school together. He was a nice student and everybody loved him but he made falling grades, as in, straight F’s. Rodney “Ronnie” White was educated in the Richmond Public School system. Upon graduating from […]

Education matters and is the tool to use for a successful feature. Rodney “Ronnie” White and I attended middle and high school together. He was a nice student and everybody loved him but he made falling grades. Rodney “Ronnie” White was educated in the Richmond Public School system. Upon graduating from high school, White served […]

The Board of Trustees of the University of Richmond has elected Ronald Andrew Crutcher as the institution’s 10th president and professor of music. He is a former member of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and several other symphonies and currently performs in the U.S. and Europe as a member of the Klemperer Trio with Erika Klemperer, violin, […]

For the College Football teams around the 804, the first full weekend of September was not a pleasant one, unless you’re Latrell Scott, Head Coach of the Virginia State University Trojans, who secured a season-opening 29-28 come-from-behind CIAA victory over the Broncos of Fayetteville State.  Scott, the former UR coach, is already off to a […]

The 2013 NCAA Tournament, more affectionately known as March Madness is an event that certainly won’t be the same to Richmonders without the VCU Rams, who were ousted by Michigan last Saturday.  But life goes on, and so does the Tournament.  Three of the top seeds remain in the hunt, Louisville, Ohio State, and Indiana, all have […]

The 2013 NCAA Tournament, more affectionately known as March Madness is an event that VCU fans now  live for because their team is no stranger to these proceedings.  The VCU Rams were seeded 5th in the South Region and after a stellar performance in the opening round against Akron in Auburn Hills, Michigan, the hometown favorites, the Michigan […]

The 2013 NCAA Tournament, more affectionately known as March Madness is an event that VCU fans now  live for because their team is no stranger to these proceedings.  The VCU Rams are seeded 5th in the South Region and just ran through, around, and over Akron University in the opening round Thursday night  in Auburn Hills, Michigan.  This one […]

Both VCU and the University of Richmond headed to New York on a business trip this week, however, the Spiders were forced to cut their trip short after that last-second meltdown in the opening round,  falling to Charlotte 68 – 63 in the Atlantic – 10 Tournament at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.  VCU, the 2nd-seed, […]

The 2013 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Tournament is being hosted by Norfolk State University, the top seed in the tournament after the Spartans compiled a 16 – 0 undefeated record in conference play.  They came  into the tournament riding a fifteen game winning streak, knowing that any loss from this point forward could be a season-ending loss, even with the 22 wins under their belt.   […]

VCU’s win over then 20th-ranked Butler propelled the Rams back into the national limelight as VCU re-entered the AP poll at No. 21 this week, and they moved up in the USA Today Coaches Poll to No. 19. But the Rams still had some business to tend to with cross-town & league rival Richmond on […]

The Bulldogs of Butler University had never been to Richmond before, and with the kind of hospitality shown by the VCU Rams on Saturday, there won’t be any fond memories of this Capital City for the nation’s then 20th-ranked team as the homies blasted Butler 84 – 52 at the Siegal Center. The win solidifies […]