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Former University of Richmond men's tennis coach Steven Gerstenfeld pleaded guilty Feb. 25 to one count of attempted receipt of child pornography.
He faces a mandatory minimum penalty of five years in prison, a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine and supervised release after prison for at least five years up to life.
The University of Richmond Police Department has confirmed the names of two students arrested on Thursday night in connection with the spray-painting of 17 cars in a University Forest Apartments parking lot.
Senior Marc S.
The University of Richmond Police Department expects by the week's end to make arrests in connection with a vandalism spree that targeted the University Forest Apartments, Crenshaw Field and South Court early Saturday morning.
The vandalism left 17 cars with spray-painted streaks and, in at least four cases, images of phallic symbols.
There was nothing to indicate that the incidents were related, but police have compiled names of people of interest, said Police Capt.
If Virginia State Del. Robert G. Marshall has his way, faculty members at public colleges and universities in the state could carry concealed handguns to class.
Marshall, R-13th District, has introduced House Bill 1656, which would allow full-time faculty members with concealed handgun permits to carry firearms on campuses of public institutions of higher education.
Although carrying a gun on a university campus with a permit is legal in Virginia, campus administrators can prohibit students and employees from doing so.
Oct. 12, 2:38 p.m. -- University police were called to Wood Hall where they discovered rags that had been lit on fire and moved throughout the inside and outside of Wood.
A drawing of a swastika was found on a picnic table by a student from the T.C. Williams School of Law on Oct.
Another act of discrimination struck the University of Richmond on Wednesday after a student from the T.C.
Students are suffering the consequences of a weekend of drinking that ended in five students being rushed to St.
This week librarians Betty Dickie and Catherine Clements posted the most frequently challenged books of 2007 on signs in front of Boatwright Memorial Library to remind students that they should celebrate their freedom to read and to ensure that such freedoms are safegaurded by practicing their rights and voting in the coming election.
The most frequently challenged book of 2007 was "And Tango Makes Three," by Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell.
The 10 Most Frequently Challenged Authors of 2007:
Though the accomplishments of Richmond student-athletes continue to impress me each week, the first month of the fall sports season has not gone exactly as I would have hoped.
Ordinarily, I love it when sports stories make it to the front page.
A federal grand jury has indicted former University of Richmond men's tennis coach Steven Gerstenfeld on charges of receiving child pornography, the second scandal in as many weeks to hit the university's athletics department.
Authorities with the U.S.
Sept. 10, 3:04 p.m. A Westhampton College student reported that another WC student recorded her conversations without her knowledge in the Spring 2008 but has not pressed charges.
Liquor Law Violations
Four University of Richmond students reported to campus police Tuesday that a man had entered their apartment during the night.
All of the apartments the intruder entered were unlocked, police said.
Seth Newman, the man police say triggered the May 6 campus lockdown, has been found not guilty of a class one misdemeanor charge of possessing marijuana, and a class one misdemeanor charge of possessing an undefined schedule-three drug.
A judge decided Sept.
Liqour Law Violation
Aug. 25, 11:43 p.m. A Richmond College student was referred to the dean after being taken from the 1500 block of the University Forest Apartments to St.
Aug. 30, 2:38 a.m. A Richmond College student's nose was broken and he has two black eyes after a fight with another RC student at the 300 block of the University Forest Apartments.
The man who police say triggered the May 6 campus lockdown faces new charges of drug possession and a felony charge of wearing a mask in public.
Tim Mihalcoe, University of Richmond Police Department investigator, obtained two new arrest warrants for the man, 19-year-old Seth Newman, based on lab results showing he had possessed marijuana and an undefined schedule-three drug.
On July 29, Newman was arrested for the second time since the incident at Boatwright Memorial Library and was taken to Henrico County Jail.
Newman will have a hearing at Henrico County General District Court on Sept.
A grand jury in Richmond has ruled enough evidence exists to try Seth A. Newman, the 19-year-old charged in relation to a May 6 campus lockdown, on a felony charge of wearing a mask in public.
Newman's trial is set to begin in Richmond City Circuit Court at 9 a.m.
The suspect charged in connection with the May 6 campus lockdown will appear before a grand jury Aug.
Police from Richmond, Henrico County and the university surround Boatwright Memorial Library May 6 after employees reported seeing a gunman disguised as a sheriff's officer.