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The University of Richmond Police Department has made changes to its use of force policy in response to George Floyd’s death and will implement a community advisory board next semester with the purpose of strengthening the relationship between URPD and the student body, said David McCoy, chief of police.
Editor’s note: This article includes a video with racist, anti-Black and expletive language.
Editor's Note: The views and opinions expressed in this article do not reflect those of The Collegian.
The winning team of the Sustainable Solutions Challenge proposed implementing a program at the University of Richmond that encourages the use of reusable bottles through the Fill It Forward app, which monitors bottle reuse, rising senior Rachel Perry said.
Representatives from Westhampton College Government Association and Richmond College Student Government Association created a GoFundMe to raise money to help fight for racial equality on June 2, raising almost $20,000 as of June 20.
Editor's Note: Below is a statement by University of Richmond faculty and staff written by Kelling Donald in consultation with other black faculty members. The statement was finalized and shared with faculty on June 5, Donald wrote in an email to The Collegian on June 16. Faculty and staff may add their signature to the statement up until June 22. The statement below will be updated periodically as new signatures are added.
The Bonner Center for Civic Engagement developed a remote summer cohort for Bonner Scholars who were unable to find internships because of the COVID-19 pandemic, said Adrienne Piazza, the director of the Bonner Scholars Program.
Editor's Note: Mature language is used in this podcast.
University of Richmond students nationwide are joining protests against racism and police brutality, which were issues brought to light by the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery.
A meeting of Intersections, a group that meets on Wednesdays to discuss prominent issues in U.S. society, was held on June 3 to discuss the recent acts of racism in the U.S. and honor the memories of the lives lost.
In our inaugural episode, this Collegian UR podcast explores the Princeton Review's ranking of the University of Richmond as fourth among colleges with little race and class interaction within the U.S.
Click here to see the updated gallery of photos taken at protests in Richmond this week. All photos were taken by UR students. Gallery updated June 4.
The University of Richmond will offer a new, mandatory health insurance plan for domestic students for the 2020-21 school year in a departure from the previous optional plan.
The University of Richmond will host community meetings for students, faculty and staff to discuss racism’s effect on campus in response to acts of racism against members of the black community in the U.S.
Although moving off-campus and adjusting to online classes was challenging for most students at the University of Richmond, international students faced the additional time-sensitive decision of whether to return to their home countries, amidst growing travel restraints, or to find another housing alternative in the U.S.
University of Richmond students in the American studies program launched an online exhibition that explores the city of Richmond’s history with tobacco from the 17th century to the present day.
Editor's Note: Susanna Getis intended to study abroad in Edinburgh, Scotland during the fall 2020 semester.
Barton Malow Builders, the general contractor of the Queally Athletics Center project, instituted a mandatory mask policy for contractors working inside the building in response to a painting contractor testing positive for COVID-19, said Chuck Rogers, University Facilities director of design and construction.
Jay Jorgensen, director of admissions of University of Richmond’s T.C. Williams School of Law — who was admired for his passion for higher education, care for students and humor — died last week, according to a May 8 email to UR students, faculty and staff.
Editor's note: Spider Stories is a sports series that is designed as a platform to give student-athletes a voice through the sharing of first-person stories.