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As the people of this nation continue to grapple with living in a diverse society that has historically discriminated against racial and ethnic minorities, women, and LGBTQ+ people, the University of Richmond campus reflects this national climate. In this five-part series, The Collegian seeks to tell a few of the stories of non-majority students. These stories are by no means the only ones that need to be told, nor do they represent the experiences of all historically marginalized groups on campus.
When senior Zoe Rydzewski transferred to the University of Richmond, she was shocked to discover that the on-campus convenience store Everything Convenience sold cigarettes students could buy with their meal plans.
On behalf of the entire Collegian staff, welcome back to all those returning to campus, and a special welcome to those entering for the first time.
More than 300 University of Richmond faculty and staff members have signed a statement to "oppose and denounce racism and racist violence like that witnessed in Charlottesville, Virginia, this past weekend and condemn the KKK, neo-Nazis, and other white supremacist groups that attacked peaceful protesters and killed Heather Heyer" this week.
In 2008, Chris Hamby was a journalism major at the University of Richmond. In 2014, he won the Pulitzer Prize for investigative journalism for his series "Breathless and Burdened: Dying from Black Lung, Buried by Law and Medicine," a year-long investigation into lawyers and doctors who denied benefits to coal miners who have black lung disease.
In December, The Collegian reported on a letter from the Virginia Department of Health citing high levels of bacteria in the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness. Since then, the Weinstein Center staff has worked to improve cleaning and maintenance of the recreation center.
A rush of water and unknown substances under the Westhampton and South Court dorms burst from the ground, creating a river of waste water that reached the windows of some dorm rooms at around 11:30 p.m. Monday night.
An estimated 2.6 million people attended the historic Women’s Marches on Washington in
D.C. and around the world Saturday, just one day after Donald J. Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United
States, according to USA Today.
Close to 3,000 Richmond residents marched on Monument
Avenue Saturday in support of various social justice causes.
Virginia Health Department officials issued a letter to the University of Richmond Student Health Center and the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness on Nov. 15 as part of an ongoing investigation of increased cases of skin and soft tissue infections (SSTI) and Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) among students at the university.
More than 200 students and community members attended a forum Wednesday night in Tyler Haynes Commons to discuss the implications and possible ramifications of last week’s presidential election.
Richmond mayoral candidate Levar Stoney visited the Tyler Haynes Commons at University of Richmond this morning to shake hands with students and ask for their votes in Tuesday's election.
College Student Government Association (RCSGA) senator resigned last week after
missing multiple government meetings and dressing up as a Native American for a
Richmond alumnus William Hehir, RC ‘10, returned to campus
Friday night to perform with his band, Misterwives, in front of a sold-out crowd of students for this year's homecoming concert in the Robins Center.
Six members of the University of Richmond community “were suspended, banned from campus, or permanently separated from the University" for sexual misconduct violations since 2013, according to data released by the university.
Two University of Richmond of students who were accused of sexual assault by two Westhampton College students were identified as Richmond football players by BuzzFeed News Wednesday night.
This story was updated on Wednesday, August 31, to correct information regarding the funding of Beth Curry's position. The story originally said that Curry's position was funded by the university's Planning and Priorities Committee.
Whether you prefer Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump or neither, your vote is important. Here are five things every Richmond student should consider
before heading to the voting booth:
While reflecting on the devastating deaths of black men that have recently occurred in our nation, I have been considering what part I can play in fostering communication and progress as a young white person in today's world. As a white person who has spent time studying and working toward social justice, I want to share some thoughts with other white people.