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New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Haidt, who co-authored the book “The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas are Setting Up a Generation for Failure,” gave a lecture to faculty members, students and community members at the Queally Center on Thursday night.
University of Richmond police responded to two reports of burglary on Wednesday evening at the 5600 building of the Gateway Apartments after residents reported that cash had been stolen from their apartments.
For Diksha Kataria, a junior at the University of Richmond, a monologue that she performed last spring at the Vagina Monologues, a UR tradition held in February, was more than just a series of lines recited for a two-night performance.
Editor's note: The use of “they” as a personal pronoun in this story reflects the preferred pronoun of the student interviewed.
For members of the University of Richmond's Planned Parenthood Generation Action chapter, raising awareness about UR's history prompted a demonstration by the organization last Thursday at the E. Claiborne Robins statue outside of Weinstein Hall.
To author and education activist José Luis Vilson, humanity and inclusivity are at the core of creating a productive learning environment in today’s society.
Editor’s note: Josh Kim is the co-opinion editor on The Collegian staff. Dean Kerry Fankhauser, Dean Dan Fabian, Lauren Ramos, the WC orientation chair, and Dylan Heaney, the RC orientation chair, did not reply to email requests for interviews.
For many vegan students, the process of working with Dining Services to bring more vegan food options to campus has been a difficult one.
The Center for Civic Engagement sponsored a watch party for the presidential inauguration on Friday, followed by the ACT!2017 event — where student
organizations engaged the UR community in their respective central causes.