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Henrico Sen. Jennifer McClellan is a chief-copatron of the Virginia Literacy Act, a bipartisan Senate bill that unanimously passed the Education and Health committee and would make several changes to early student literacy if passed by the whole Senate.
Ways to Memorialize explores memorialization efforts among colleges and universities in Virginia with historical connections to slavery.
The University of Richmond released A Report on the Westham Burying Ground at the University of Richmond, the latest in its critical study of its campus history regarding slavery. Other universities around the country are similarly looking for ways to study and acknowledge their past ties to slavery.
University of Richmond T.C.Williams School of Law graduate Jenna Ellis has been making headlines since November 2019, after being appointed a senior legal adviser to then-President Donald Trump and his 2020 re-election campaign.
In the past six months, there have been two movements to provide a credit/no credit option for students during the fall 2020 and spring 2021 semesters, both of which were ultimately rejected.
Rana Dajani has many roles; or as she likes to say in homage to her Islamic heritage, she wears many scarves.
All recognized University of Richmond student organizations can now hold in-person on-campus meetings that follow physical distancing guidelines, according to an email sent to students by the Center for Student Involvement on Sept. 16.
Because of the University of Richmond’s COVID-19 safety regulations and social distancing guidelines, many outdoor campus spaces have become popular spots to eat, do homework or socialize.
Former director of residential dining M. Glenn Pruden — who was admired for his culinary genius, creativity and dedication to dining services — died on July 16, according to a July 17 email from University of Richmond chaplain Craig Kocher to the UR community.
Amidst recent Black Lives Matter protests across the country, three Instagram accounts run by University of Richmond students have been sharing the stories of students who have encountered racism and segregation on UR’s campus.
Two University of Richmond professors were featured in the Netflix documentary series “The Innocence Files.”
You have probably seen Bilal Hindi somewhere on campus, whether he's riding around on his penny board, working a shift as a barista at 8:15 Cafe at Boatwright or hanging out with friends on the University of Richmond Forum, one of his favorite places on campus.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread throughout the world, summer internships and research opportunities are being canceled or altered. University of Richmond students are working to find internship and job opportunities for the summer and figuring out the logistics of remote internships.
University of Richmond students will now have to conduct their internships in their home communities, the city of Richmond or remotely in order to qualify for UR summer fellowship funding.
Working out in quarantine may seem nearly impossible, especially if you do not have the standard equipment at home. But fitting in a good, free, at-home workout via apps or social media can be easier than you think.
First, you hear the music. A simple beat, something you find yourself nodding your head to without even thinking.
Editor's note: Sela Betz and Ava Holle are Collegian staff members.
Editor's Note: This article was updated to include more student organizations that helped with the event.