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The COVID-19 virus has presented many unknowns, but the research conducted by people within the University of Richmond community can offer some insights. Three UR faculty members shared with The Collegian how their studies are applicable to the current pandemic.
Many would say dating was nerve-wracking even before the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, there is fear of infection coupled with the usual worries of awkwardness and rejection.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted how the University of Richmond community interacts: hybrid classes, virtual events, new use of campus spaces.
The University of Richmond enters the Orange Stage of its COVID-19 Physical Distancing Framework today, Oct. 7, according to an email from Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer David Hale and Executive Vice President and Provost Jeffrey Legro sent to faculty, staff and students on Oct. 5.
Editor's Note: This article contains expletive language.
An opinion piece published in The Collegian in 1977 has resurfaced after it was discovered that the piece — which criticized desegregation busing and instant voter registration, among other aspects of the U.S. government at the time — was written by Bradley Cavedo, the Richmond Circuit Court judge who recently ruled to block the removal of Confederate statues.
A meeting of Intersections, a group that meets on Wednesdays to discuss prominent issues in U.S. society, was held on June 3 to discuss the recent acts of racism in the U.S. and honor the memories of the lives lost.
Jay Jorgensen, director of admissions of University of Richmond’s T.C. Williams School of Law — who was admired for his passion for higher education, care for students and humor — died last week, according to a May 8 email to UR students, faculty and staff.
All student belongings in Gray Court and Lora Robins Court will be packed by a moving company and temporarily stored starting April 27 to prepare for potential summer housing needs, according to an email from University of Richmond administration members.
University of Richmond employees removed all items inside refrigerators and freezers as well as visible perishables in unoccupied on-campus residencies April 5-10.
As COVID-19 spread across the world, the University of Richmond has modified global engagement opportunities.
The University of Richmond Faculty Senate passed temporary adjustments to grading policies on March 19 for the Spring 2020 semester because of the mid-semester shift to remote instruction due to COVID-19.
The University of Richmond will delay commencement, move to remote instruction and shift to remote work for employees for the rest of the spring semester, according to an email from UR President Ronald Crutcher sent to the campus community on March 16.
The University of Richmond will suspend its classes through March 20 to give faculty members and staff members time to prepare for a likely transition to remote online instruction until at least April 3, according to an online announcement.
Five students formed the Africana Studies Student Committee and wrote a proposal, which was electronically distributed on Feb. 19, to establish an Africana studies department at the University of Richmond.
Claire Tate, a Westhampton College Government Association senator, helped start an Essentials Needs Pantry this semester to provide University of Richmond students with material support and to mitigate waste on campus.
Lodges might not be used only by fraternities in the future. The presidents of student government on campus formed a committee in November to discuss allowing non-Greek-life student clubs and organizations to use a vacant lodge as a social space.
Information added to Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin E. Fairfax’s defamation lawsuit against CBS includes text messages that suggest University of Richmond professor Thaddeus Williamson encouraged one of Fairfax’s sexual assault accusers to go to the press.
The Juice Laundry wants customers to start doing the most important kind of laundry. Located walking-distance from campus on River Road, it promotes the power of raw, organic fruits and vegetables as the key to wellness, not the latest diet craze.
The Student Organization Budget and Appropriation Committee’s presentation last spring on its large budget deficit to the Student Development Leadership Team did not result in increased funding for this upcoming school year.