Richmonders protest in response to the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery. These protests began May 30. Live updates will be added to this gallery. Updated: June 4.
Over 500 students, faculty members and staff members gathered in the Tyler Haynes Commons at “No Room for Hate,” a community meeting called in response to the recent racist incidents on campus and what many called a “long-running culture” of racism. The event took place on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020.
Up against the No. 7 Dayton Flyers, the Spiders fell 87-79.
Thousands of gun owners gather at the Virginia State Capitol in Richmond, Virginia, on Monday, Jan. 20, 2020, to protest Gov. Ralph Northam’s proposed gun control legislation.
Spider football lost to longtime rival William and Mary 21-15 during the Capital Cup game on Saturday, November 23, 2019.
The Richmond Spiders won 30-10 against Stony Brook at the Homecoming game on Saturday, November 2, 2019.
The Richmond Spiders football team lost to Elon 42-20 at Robins Stadium on Saturday, September 14, 2019.
The spring concert featured performance sets from singers Bryce Vine and Sean Kingston on April 5 in the Robins Center.
The Clothesline Project was featured in the Gottwald Center for the Sciences atrium on Tuesday, April 2. The project is meant to be a visual reminder of the sexual violence, incest and domestic violence that exists in the community. It also gives a voice to survivors and sparks discussion about these issues on UR's campus.
Members of the University of Richmond community gathered in the Forum on March 26 to honor the 50 victims of the Christchurch massacre that occurred in New Zealand on March 15.
On March 24, people of all ages gathered in Washington D.C. for the March for Our Lives, a rally protesting gun violence. Students from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school organized the rally in response to the shooting at their school that left 17 dead.The Collegian asked a handful of attendees why they came. These are their responses.
On March 24, people of all ages gathered in Washington D.C. for the March for Our Lives, a rally protesting gun violence. Students from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school organized the rally in response to the shooting at their school that left 17 dead. The Collegian asked a handful of attendees why they came. These are their responses.