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Among the hustle and bustle of construction consuming Sarah Brunet Hall, a cozy corner of the building remains a source of consistency for students at the University of Richmond. This is the Center for Awareness, Response and Education, an office dedicated to preventing violence on campus, educating students and faculty about prevention methods and cultivating a culture of safety for everyone at UR.
The holiday season is for spending quality time with loved ones, reflecting on all that you’re thankful for and, typically, eating the best meals you’ll have all year. So, what’s on the menu for students who remain on campus over Thanksgiving or winter break?
A student-led Disability Awareness Panel opened up a discussion about disability accessibility, available resources on campus for students with disabilities and the overall life and experiences of living with a disability.
Oct. 7-8: Hamptons Intercollegiate, East Hampton, New York
Editor's Note: This article has been updated to clarify which organizations hosted the conference.
We all know WebstUR -- our fuzzy, energetic, eight-legged mascot who can be found riling up the crowd on game day or welcoming prospective students on campus visits. We know that WebstUR is a symbol of school spirit and One Richmond. But what do we know about the people inside the suit?
Last Sunday, April 7, University of Richmond students, faculty and members of the greater Richmond community gathered on the Westhampton Green for food, games and culturally diverse live music during the music department's annual Global Sounds concert.
A new program will provide a support system for women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics at the University of Richmond.