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Francesca Harper has danced on stage from the White House to the University of Richmond. Harper is visiting UR for the second time as a resident scholar in the dance department to work on creating an original piece with a group of the University Dancers.
Editor’s note: Some of the names in this article have been changed to protect students’ identities.
As the people of this nation continue to grapple with living in a diverse society that has historically discriminated against racial and ethnic minorities, women, and LGBTQ+ people, the University of Richmond campus reflects this national climate. In this five-part series, The Collegian seeks to tell a few of the stories of non-majority students. These stories are by no means the only ones that need to be told, nor do they represent the experiences of all historically marginalized groups on campus.
Longevity and Happiness
Correction: The information in this article was misreported. April Hill does not know if she is leaving the university. Malcolm Hill took a job at Bates, and she will help him and their daughter move to Maine in July, but did not say that she would not be coming back in the fall.
In September of 2016, two University of Richmond students published separate accounts detailing the mishandling of their Title IX cases on The Huffington Post’s contributor network.
Editor's note: Steve Bisese was promoted from dean of Richmond College to vice president for student development in 2006. He initially came to the University of Richmond in the 1980s. The article originally said, "Since coming to the University of Richmond in 2006, Bisese has accumulated a large collection of binders." The article has since been corrected.
Virginia gubernatorial candidates Ed Gillespie and Ralph Northam affirmed their commitment to higher education in Virginia Wednesday, Oct. 11, during the University of Richmond’s Sharp Viewpoint Speakers Series.
Four University of Richmond
juniors have come together to form the UR chapter of
Active Mind to increase health-seeking behavior on campus.
Editor's note: Jane Schmidt had the idea for the new site, but was not the one who started the site. The article also originally said the volunteers communicate with public school teachers, but the site teachers are the ones who communicate with them. This article has been since corrected.
Four students in the Global Health Sophomore Scholar in Residence (SSIR) program started their capstone project researching the question of mental health and how it applies to University of Richmond's campus, but they didn’t stop with their final presentation.
The Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation recently recognized 240 students across the nation as Goldwater scholarship winners, a scholarship meant to help fourth-years with university costs.
Although unsure about her intended major when she first arrived at Richmond, Melanie Lippert, WC '19, was determined to volunteer.
Senior Marie Fernandez is the President of SEEDS. Hailing from Charlottesville, Virginia, Fernandez got involved with SEEDS during her freshman year and fell in love. The annual SEEDS spring break trip is just around the corner, so I talked to Fernandez about the program and its service.
Simona Wright, a professor at the College of New Jersey, discussed the importance of understanding and memorializing the migrant crisis in the Mediterranean region, during a lecture in the International Center Commons on Wednesday.
Spring break: a post-midterm week of relief where university students are free to tell their Netflix accounts, “Yes, I am still watching,” without feeling guilty about procrastinating amid a seemingly endless flood of schoolwork. But every year, about 40 students use their week of freedom to engage with communities in need while receiving hands-on education through the SEEDS Project.
The Cellar accommodates its customers with a late-night menu in addition to the party and events menu.
After an eight-month process, University of Richmond has hired Rob Andrejewski as its first Director of Sustainability.
When Ed Ayers steps down as University of Richmond president on July 1, he will have time to write, play squash, and take a much-anticipated vacation with his wife.
Applications to apply for funding for seven out of the eight programs under the UR Summer Fellowships are due Friday, March 20.