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The Africana Studies Student Committee will collaborate with University of Richmond faculty and staff to support its proposal for the creation of a department of Africana studies, committee members said.
The East End Cemetery Collaboratory will release a primary version of a digital repository of information about the people interred at East End Cemetery in August, said Collaboratory leaders from the University of Richmond.
University of Richmond President Ronald Crutcher, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer David Hale and Executive Vice President and Provost Jeffrey Legro will take a 10% salary reduction for the 2021 fiscal year, according to an April 9 email Hale and Legro sent to faculty and staff that was obtained by The Collegian.
Students reacted to the University of Richmond's decision to issue prorated refunds for housing and meal plan costs following the shift to remote instruction for the remainder of the spring semester.
The Office of Student Development updated the formal student complaint policy and submission form to centralize reporting and reflect the standards of accreditation of the Southern Association of College and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
The University of Richmond updated its fire safety policy after repeated damage and vandalisms to exit signs posed threats to student safety, said Patrick Benner, director of Residence Life and Housing.
An email sent on Nov. 5 to a group of Asian and Asian-American students at the University of Richmond from a student employee in the Office of Multicultural Affairs caused confusion among its recipients.
Stickers posted in all-gender and women’s restroom stalls beginning in mid-August across the University of Richmond campus prompted a discussion about gender, sex and sexuality among members of the UR community.
Editor's Note: This article is the second in a series exploring mental health and its resources on University of Richmond's campus. The series will continue to be published throughout the fall semester. Click here to read previous articles.
Flooding from a broken water line connected to a bathroom sink affected multiple rooms on the first and second floors of Marsh Hall just before 8 p.m. Sunday night.