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The Richmond Promise says it strives for an inclusive university strengthened by a community diverse in race, gender and sexual orientation.
Paul Queally's remarks that were recently quoted as "sexist" and "homophobic" in New York Magazine have stirred controversy because of his ties to University of Richmond.
Queally, Richmond College '86, is a board of trustees member and significant financial donor to the university.
In response to these remarks and a photo caption on his public Facebook page, Paul Queally said "there is a lesson for all of us here."
Tuesday, Kevin Roose released his book titled "Young Money," which quoted jokes that Queally shared during a private dinner of Kappa Beta Phi, a secret society made up of high-ranking financial executives.
The first reads: "What's the biggest difference between Hillary Clinton and a catfish?
Last week, the Jepson School of Leadership Studies hosted the first-ever E.D.G.E. Institute, which seeks to connect alumni with current students to help them network and learn valuable business skills.
The Octaves and the Sirens, two University of Richmond a cappella groups, performed a Valentine's Day show in Canon Memorial Chapel Feb.
The cheers of more than 3,000 people could be heard up and down Virginia Beach as they raced into the icy Atlantic Ocean on Feb.
Women of color will come together to discuss diversity on campus during the sixth-annual Connecting Women of Color Conference on Friday, Feb.
ThThe University of Richmond mock trial team hosted a regional championship with 20 other schools Feb.
Many students in the United States, including the University of Richmond, go at a pace that rarely allows them time to relax.
With high hopes to achieve every goal, a significant number of Richmond students are affected by anxiety, and that number is growing.
University of Richmond partnered with Delete Blood Cancer DKMS to host a bone marrow donor registry drive Feb.
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Richmond Athletics, UR Common Ground, Recreation and Wellness, the Office of the Chaplaincy and the Division of Student Development came together this past weekend to host Campus Pride and put on the first Campus Pride Sports Summit, a two-day event for University of Richmond students, administration and faculty, focusing on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered student-athletes.
Campus Pride is a national nonprofit organization based in Charlotte, N.C., that focuses on creating safer campus environments for LGBT students.
The event included speeches from former George Washington University student-athlete Kye Allums, Pennsylvania State University professor Sue Rankin and former National Football League player Wade Davis.
The Rev. Craig Kocher, the university chaplain, was invited to lead workshops during the Campus Pride College Sports Summit at University of Richmond on the intersection of athletics, human sexuality and religion.
"My role there was not to give answers or make pronouncements or anything like that," Kocher said.
Every night, approximately 842 million people around the world go to bed hungry--and a small, dedicated group of University of Richmond students, faculty and staff hope to alleviate that hunger for at least 20,000 this year while also raising awareness on campus.
Since February 2011, Richmond has hosted an annual Stop Hunger Now meal packaging event.
University of Richmond has a stronger undergraduate research program than many other colleges and universities who are also on U.S.
For the past eight years, the Center for Civic Engagement and Office of the Chaplaincy have been partnering to organize an hour-and-a-half poverty simulation for students to better understand what it's like to live in poverty.
On Thursday Feb. 6, University of Richmond graduate Cammie Dunaway, Westhampton College '84, spoke to students and members of the Richmond community at the third installment of the Robins Executive Speaker Series.
Three University of Richmond students work through social media to represent a clothing company called Serengetee, which is best known for its pocket T-shirts, said Emmy Morse, a "campus rep" for the brand.
Serengetee has about 1,500 students representing it on campuses around the country, said Seth Klebe, the marketing manager of the company.
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A man identified on Wednesday as Eric Lannon is said to have a history of theft and swindling, according to campus police.
Tuesday night at the President's Forum, University of Richmond President Ed Ayers spoke to students about the university's history and its plans for the future, particularly the completion of the Richmond Promise, the university's goals to be accomplished between 2009 and 2014.
The university's chapter of Mortar Board, a national honor society for senior students, hosted the forum.