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Have you ever wondered how statistically likely you are to get a single in Thomas Hall? Or how many coveted single-single suites are available on the University of Richmond campus? Or how equal, exactly, the gender assignments for each room type are?
When junior Kevin Villagomez heard that the University of Richmond was shifting to remote learning for three weeks and possibly longer, one of his first thoughts was whether he could continue working at his on-campus jobs, at which he spends 30 to 35 hours a week.
Faculty members, students, staff members and community members gathered in the Brown-Alley room Tuesday night to hear a panel present research on the University of Richmond’s history. There, a team of researchers presented their findings about the Westham Burial Ground, Robert Ryland and Douglas Freeman.
Members of University Emergency Medical Services, the student EMT group at the University of Richmond, will now be paid for their work.
After getting off work, Nancy Propst often goes to Target or Food Lion, or both. The stores are part of a route she’s developed — not for grocery shopping, but for dropping off bags full of plastic.
All first-year residence halls at the University of Richmond will be coed in the 2020-21 academic year, according to the Residence Life & Housing website. This will be the first time single-gender buildings will not be available for incoming first-year students.
Bryan Terrell Clark, best known for his role as George Washington in the Broadway hit “Hamilton,” visited the University of Richmond campus on Thursday as part of the Center for Student Involvement’s programming for Black History Month.
Two mothers of students who died because of fraternity hazing spoke at a program in the Queally Center Breed Pavilion on Wednesday evening.
“Someone who has been forced to flee his or her country because of persecution, war, or violence. ... Most likely, they cannot return home or are afraid to do so.”