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As the people of this nation continue to grapple with living in a diverse society that has historically discriminated against racial and ethnic minorities, women, and LGBTQ+ people, the University of Richmond campus reflects this national climate. In this five-part series, The Collegian seeks to tell a few of the stories of non-majority students. These stories are by no means the only ones that need to be told, nor do they represent the experiences of all historically marginalized groups on campus.
Four students in the Global Health Sophomore Scholar in Residence (SSIR) program started their capstone project researching the question of mental health and how it applies to University of Richmond's campus, but they didn’t stop with their final presentation.
Last Wednesday afternoon, five students in Boatwright Memorial Library gathered in a seminar room and began to move the tables aside so they could arrange the chairs in a “circle of trust."
On a fall day in Lausanne, Switzerland, Jackie Sirc, WC '17, was out shopping in search of an old-fashioned dress for a Titanic-themed event when she noticed groups of people flowing up a hill chanting, carrying signs and passing out flyers.
The Office of Sustainability has created a simple, transparent way for students to keep track of the university’s progress on sustainability-related initiatives and its plans for the future, as well as areas where improvement is needed.
Last May, sophomore Colby Alvino wrote her first article for the Odyssey Online, “An Ode to Mellow Mushroom,” and within days, Mellow Mushroom contacted her and sent her coasters, stickers and other free items. That marked the beginning of Alvino's company, Bites and Sites.
The University of Richmond archery club is working overtime this semester to keep its attendance up and increase its funds for future events to keep the club at the school — an issue that led the former archery club to dissolve.
A group of seven Richmond students came together last
semester to found the Peer Sexual Misconduct Advisors (PSMAs) program composed
of students trained as confidential peer advisors in Title IX policy, procedure
and emotional support resources.
A petition calling for the establishment of a Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Center (SARPC) at Richmond has resurfaced after two Westhampton College students criticized the university's handling of their Title IX cases.
Richmond's Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) does not yet have a wait list this semester despite the annual increase of students seeking help, said Dr. Peter LeViness, the director of CAPS and licensed psychologist.
The Mid-Week Spatial Pick-Me-Up is a new weekly meeting in the Spatial Analysis Lab created to build a community around the latest map developments and geographic technology on campus.
University of Richmond's strategic plan draft vision statement and draft themes are now available on the strategic planning website, in addition to the draft mission statement and values that were uploaded earlier this month.
Twenty-five teams totaling 145 participants took part in this year’s Relay For Life, collectively raising almost $10,000 to help fundraise for American Cancer Society’s research.
After this year's elections, the Class of 2018 is missing student representatives in both the Richmond College Student Government Association and the Westhampton College Government Association. The RCSGA Class of 2018 currently lacks two out of seven senators, and the WCGA Class of 2018 does not have a president or three out of six senator seats filled.
On Saturday, March 26, University of Richmond will host a Q-Summit conference for LGTBQ youth leaders ages 17-25. More than 80 youths from across the South will convene for a full day of workshops, community building activities and discussions of issues in their communities.
In the Know is a weekly brief that
highlights events and happenings around the University of Richmond
Ronald Crutcher, University of Richmond president, said at his Sharp Viewpoint Speakers Series lecture that he had gained four crucial lessons through his endeavors as a musician: to develop a personal means of remaining focused, to find a mentor, to take responsibility for your own career, and to not forget to take time for yourself and for your family.
If you’re staying on campus for Thanksgiving Break, there’s no reason to sit alone in your dorm all weekend. There are several opportunities available, both on campus and off, to keep you busy over the holiday.