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In recent years, the fight to end the stigma around mental illness and to increase access to mental health care for those in need has taken major strides, both nationally and at the University of Richmond. On our campus, students feel increasingly compelled to promote mental health awareness, as demonstrated by the wide range of student-led organizations focusing on mental health. Although this is an accomplishment to be proud of, we must stay cognizant of the unfortunate reality: Mental health stigma remains alive and well.
College Student Government Association (RCSGA) senator resigned last week after
missing multiple government meetings and dressing up as a Native American for a
After an error in the ballot on Tuesday, the RCSGA held elections for the Class of 2020 on Wednesday.
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RCSGA is piloting a Legislative Affairs Committee to pursue students interests at the state legislature.
Class of 2016
With new changes to the sexual misconduct policy that was updated at the start of the academic school year, University of Richmond will host a town forum event Wednesday with the hopes of educating the campus community on these changes, Beth Curry said, who is the coordinator for sexual misconduct education and advocacy on campus.
Let’s keep this brief – you’ve got midterms this week, and, let’s be honest, you’ve read enough. My name is Matt Logan, and I would be honored to serve as the Richmond College Student Government Association (RCSGA) president. Elections are online this Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at https://wwws.richmond.edu/vote. If I’ve already convinced you that I’m your guy, you can go ahead and get back to studying, and I wish you the best of luck in surviving this week! If not – please keep reading, because there is plenty more you should know about me.
To my fellow Spiders,
Senior Brad Groves is currently the president of the Richmond College Student Government Association. He is a business administration and finance major with a minor in leadership studies, and studied abroad at the Copenhagen Business School in fall 2013. Under Groves’ leadership, RCSGA has worked more closely with the Westhampton College Government Association and has listened to the student body through monthly town hall forums, each of which are themed with a relevant and timely topic. Something you didn’t know about Groves? His high school job was pumping gas in Princeton, New Jersey. Here’s a glimpse into a day in his life.
Brad Groves, newly elected Richmond College Student Government Association president, said he would work to increase student representation at the higher levels of university decision-making in the coming year.
It is an incredibly exciting time at the University of Richmond. I hold this sentiment to the same extent today as when I decided to apply here as an early decision applicant and as when I first arrived here as a freshman in August of 2011.
University of Richmond is gearing up for its first-ever Ribbon Run 5k Friday, a new addition to the White Ribbon Campaign, aimed at raising awareness for sexual violence.
Imagine coming out of the Gottwald Center for the Sciences after a long morning of studying for finals and heading to Heilman Dining Center for your standard exam snack of cold cereal--instead, when you step out of the building you are greeted by the smell of hamburgers, meatballs and empanadas.
Patrick Love has been elected president of the Richmond College Student Government Association for the 2013-2014 academic year.
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The 82nd annual RCSGA presidential debate took place Monday night at the Pier where candidates, juniors Lucas Virnig and Patrick Love, battled it out for the 2013-2014 Richmond College Presidential title.
On Feb. 22, the presidents of Richmond College Student Government Association and Westhampton College Government Association will attend the board of trustees meeting to give a presentation about creating more transparency between students and the board members, senior RCSGA president Evan Harris said.
To The Collegian and Members of the UR Community,