1. You have one friend going into University and someone to go through orientation week with. 2. You don’t have to eat by yourself or ask “hey, can I sit with you?” for the first week of school. Also, you … Continue reading The 10 Best Things about Having a Roommate
One of the best parts about Richmond University is its multiple campuses. They give students a chance to experience different sides of London throughout their four years here. However, when most people think of Richmond’s various campuses they only consider … Continue reading We Have a Leeds Campus?
With two club trips behind them and plenty of activities ahead, the Art Exhibition Society has hit the ground running. Since the start of the academic year, AES has increased student participation by 200%. Check out what they’ve done so … Continue reading Art Exhibition Society takes Richmond by Storm
The Drama Club here at Richmond University put on a production this past week (April 11th-15th), working tirelessly every day in the midst of essays and projects to put on performances each evening in our very own Richmond theater. The … Continue reading Oscar Wilde’s “An Ideal Husband” performed by Richmond students
Early course registration is coming upon us again, and hopefully this semester, things go a little better. Earlier last semester, all of Richmond’s students registered for their classes for the Spring 2016 semester. As the registration week passed and advisers … Continue reading Problems with Academic Registry
Around 11:43am on Tuesday at the Richmond Hill campus all internet connection went dead. Students and teachers started having difficulties connecting to the Internet, but after realising that they had no hope, chaos ensued. Teachers were able to escape the … Continue reading Richmond Hill Experiences the End of Days
A paramedic helicopter landed on Richmond Campus on Tuesday to assist an accident on Queens Road. A woman in her 90s was taken to St. George’s Hospital after being hit by a vehicle near Parkview and Montford housing. Reports say … Continue reading Accident Near Campus
If you have walked past the bulletin boards outside the dining hall in the last month, you may have noticed this among the usual university announcements: large purple and green posters encouraging students to “Go Sober for October”. Go Sober … Continue reading Go Sober for October?
Richmond’s young adults turn their backs on clubbing. Nightclubs have fallen out of favour amongst young people who live and work in Richmond according to a recent research by Sofia Farouk, a postgraduate student at Richmond, The American International University. … Continue reading Young Richmond Adults Turn Their Backs on Clubbing