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Ama Ansah, sophomore, is a site coordinator for Trojan Brand Condoms at University of Richmond, and has been distributed 500 condoms to students throughout the year at fraternity lodge parties and in Tyler Haynes Commons as part of Trojan's Great Condom Campaign. The campaign is designed to encourage safe sex by having students pass out condoms to their peers in a variety of ways.
Pig Roast is a spring tradition at University of Richmond made famous by its barbecue, fraternity lodge parties and underage drinking.
Despite the continuous tension between Russia and Ukraine, the Office of International Education and Ryan Foulds, a junior studying abroad in Russia, agrees the conflict is not affecting study abroad experiences.
University of Richmond President Edward Ayers choked back tears at a Common Ground forum Tuesday night when he responded to feelings expressed by university community members regarding the comments made by board of trustees member Paul Queally.
Every two minutes, someone is sexually assaulted. After Kelly Addington, a rape survivor and educator, was raped in her senior year of college, she and her friend Becca Tieder made it their mission to educate as many people as they could about sexual assault.
For the past eight years, the Center for Civic Engagement and Office of the Chaplaincy have been partnering to organize an hour-and-a-half poverty simulation for students to better understand what it's like to live in poverty. This year, some professors expressed concern that the simulation might not be sending the right message to University of Richmond's campus.
Junior Sarah Steppacher started working at the Youth Life Foundation with a second-grade girl at the beginning of her sophomore year. Now, her mentee is so attached to her that when other children ask Steppacher to be their mentor for the day, the girl firmly stakes her claim, saying, "But, she's my mentor."
When freshman Jackie Arnold walked into her room in Moore Hall last October and saw a small brown animal on her floor, she thought it was a mouse. But when she got closer, it hissed at her. Arnold's room was home to a bat.
In July 2009, Adnan Hajizada, an '05 graduate of University of Richmond, was arrested, detained and beaten in Azerbaijan after he and another blogger posted a satirical YouTube video criticizing the nation's government.
Tanya Sushkova is University of Richmond's first outdoor leadership intern for the Recreation and Wellness department. Nov. 7 to Nov. 9, she attended the 2013 Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education Annual Conference.
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.
"This is what happens when you piss off someone's mom," Judy Shepard said in her speech to 250 students, faculty, staff and community members on Tuesday night. Judy Shepard is the mother of Matthew Shepard, a college student who was killed because he was gay in 1998.
As technology has evolved, so have our communication strategies. University of Richmond has 75 study abroad programs around the world, making international communication a priority for many students. IPhone applications such as WhatsApp and Viber have made home only a few clicks away, but some students have found communication detracts from the abroad immersion experience.
"Music, as an art, has an importance that can never be overstated," Peter Guralnick said in his lecture on the work of music producer Sam Phillips. Guralnick, a biographer and music historian, spoke to a group of approximately 275 students, faculty and community members Tuesday night. Guralnick's lecture was the first in the Jepson Leadership Forum series.
Approximately 75 students, faculty and staff gathered on Thursday night in the Keller Hall Reception Room to view a screening of "The Laramie Project." The movie is based on the play of the same name, which is the 2013-2014 selection for the One Book, One Richmond program.
This summer, 300 Richmond students received funding from University of Richmond Summer Fellowships to pursue an internship or conduct research.
The University of Richmond is currently working on a $2 million renovation of Henry M. Cannon Memorial Chapel. The work has altered several on-campus events, including forcing Proclamation Night to be rescheduled for Nov. 10.
Three-time Ladies Professional Golf Association tour winner Maggie Will joined the University of Richmond women's golf team as the head coach this summer.