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Marion Bethel wants to turn up the volume on women’s history in the Bahamas through her documentary “Womanish Ways: Freedom, Human Rights and Democracy,” which was screened in the Brown-Alley Room on Wednesday as part of the WILL*/WGSS speaker series.
Now in its seventh cohort of students, Richmond’s living-learning communities are growing in scope and number. The Office of Living-Learning and Roadmap Programs will offer ten Sophomore Scholars in Residence and two upperclassmen communities during the 2015-2016 academic year, almost all of which link the curricular and the co-curricular through concentration on social justice.
The youngest and oldest of Westhampton College students gathered Saturday in Cannon Memorial Chapel to celebrate the duties and privileges of being Westhampton women. They were joined by hundreds of alumnae to honor the centennial of the founding of Westhampton College.
To the editor-in-chief of The Collegian:
The Virginia General Assembly has unanimously passed legislation originally submitted six years ago after University of Richmond student De'Nora Hill was stalked and killed by her ex-boyfriend. The bill increases the penalty for stalking in Va.
The University of Richmond's Social Entrepreneurship SSIR class will be hosting a Benefit for Hope this Sunday that will help fund a sustainable water project in the Dominican Republic.
Kris Grey was assigned female at birth.
On a four-day trip to the Dominican Republic last fall, Sam Abrahams stood in a one-room, tin-roofed shack with a single light bulb. The people around him sang gospel, laughed and offered him their seats.
A montage of media clips flickers into focus in front of my armchair, and a matter-of-fact voice says: "There is a moral panic in America over young women's sexuality."
More than two dozen t-shirts were draped across a table in the rainy-day light of the Tyler Haynes Commons Monday. Pamphlets fanned out across another table by the shirts. They included Counseling and Psychological Services and Action Alliance brochures, which ranged in topic from safety planning to emotional abuse. The shirts were decorated with paint and marker as part of the Clothesline Project organized by Women in Living and Learning.
Nearly 50 students, staff members and professors attended a reception to honor professor Lee Carleton in the Whitehurst Living Room Thursday afternoon.
More than 230 people attended the biennial Associated Colleges of the South Women's and Gender Studies conference at the University of Richmond last weekend and more than 40 colleges and universities were represented.
Question: Based on recent news coverage, how well did Geraldine Ferraro pave the way for future women leaders?
Seventy-three percent of students either approve of or are indifferent to a male-only Living and Learning community scheduled to start next fall for freshmen, according to a Collegian survey.
Lee Carleton, assistant director of the Writing Center and faculty adviser for the Earth Lodge program, is leaving the University of Richmond at the end of this semester, and several students have expressed their frustration with the university's decision to eliminate his position.
A male-only Living and Learning community scheduled to start next fall for first-year students interested in business has ignited controversy with some women in the Robins School of Business.
Students and faculty have discussed how to maintain the core values of the Earth Lodge program after Lee Carleton, the current adviser for the program, leaves the University of Richmond after this semester, said Andy Gurka, director of living-learning and Roadmap programs.
The students involved in the Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies program will soon have their own academic chairwoman who will act as director of the program and be able to cross-list his or her classes.