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Texas will continue enforcing stringent voter identification requirements in the coming midterm elections despite a recent ruling that declared the law unconstitutional.
Peter LeViness, director of Counseling and Psychological Services, wrote in an email on Sunday that 718 students had responded to the UR Campus Climate survey on Sexual Violence and Bystander Intervention, a study that will give University of Richmond the most detailed look at the sexual assault environment on campus ever.
Despite a 90 percent humidity index and threats of rain, representatives from over 100 student organizations and university departments participated in SpiderFest on Thursday in the University Forum.
The University of Richmond Police Department is holding a public sale of unclaimed items from May 12 to May 21 in the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness, via silent auction. The unclaimed property sale will occur in conjunction with the WCRW equipment sale. The property can be viewed in the WCRW from May 5-9 during normal business hours. All proceeds from the silent auction will be donated to the Special Olympics of Virginia.
Pig Roast is a spring tradition at University of Richmond made famous by its barbecue, fraternity lodge parties and underage drinking.
The University of Richmond Emergency Medical Services team received two awards at the National Collegiate EMS Foundation's annual conference, held from Feb. 28 to March 2 in Boston.
President Ayers announced his resignation that will take effect in 2015. Trustee Paul Queally made controversial comments at a secret society meeting in New York City. Greek life has been restricted more than ever, with at least two fraternities on probation. The apartment buildings are being dwarfed by new high-rises. This is the last print edition of The Collegian. And I am the new Opinions Editor.
Ninety-two runners, grouped according to speed, gradually emerge from the woods on a dwindling, hilly trail marked by rocks and roots. One by one, each runner routinely drops down into a plank position on the muddy ground. It's 6:30 a.m. and as the sun peers above the tall treetops, the only sounds that can be heard are the flowing of the James River, birds chirping, heavy panting and a trainer's booming commands: "Down in a plank! Let's go! This isn't a walking class! Tell them to hurry up back there!"
"The idea is to help simplify our road system and improve way-finding," said Andrew McBride, associate vice president for facilities.
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.
It only took about five minutes to crack 70 percent of University of Richmond students' passwords in a test last year, which did not associate the passwords with students' NetIDs, security administrator Anthony Head said.
University of Richmond was recently ranked the 10th most wired campus in the nation, according to Unigo, a college guide website.
What are you doing this weekend? If your response is anything other than "going on an extended trip outside the Commonwealth," and especially if your plan is "umm... lodges?" then I have an excellent answer to that question. This Saturday, from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m., the Cultural Advisors Alternatives program is hosting a Winter Masquerade Ball in the International Center Commons. As is the case with all CA Alternatives, this event is sure to thrill and amaze students from across the spectrum. Just in case you need any added incentive to attend a party that involves masks, balloons and a DJ, I hope this list of reasons it will be the best will cinch the deal.
UR Police Chief David McCoy will shed light on the policies and programs of the university police as part of a new column in The Collegian. Submit questions to email@example.com
Who went to the Richmond Street Art Festival? Wasn't that so cool?
The University of Richmond police department is searching for the owners of 18 abandoned bicycles and other unclaimed personal property before the items are turned over to Green UR for public sale early next semester.
A few weeks ago, I ventured into a space I would normally avoid: a fraternity apartment party.