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UR Curious is back! We asked readers to send in their questions about the University of Richmond. We picked five of them, and our reporters have found the answers for you. One question and answer will be published each day this week. Read the other stories in the series here. And keep being curious.
University of Richmond dining facilities are supporting the campus-wide Rethink Waste sustainability campaign, whose goal is 75 percent waste diversion by 2025, with a small, but meaningful, effort: rethinking single-use plastic straws.
The University of Richmond campus has the ability to house 92 percent of its students, Patrick Benner, the director of Residence Life and Undergraduate Student Housing said. Some students, however, do not want to live on campus to begin with.
Human beings and the society we live in are not static. We are constantly moving and evolving. This idea of physical and societal movement is explored through dance in the University Dancers’ spring concert, IN/MOTION.
Picture a quaint kitchen table with a plate of chocolate-chip cookies in the middle and a pot of coffee brewing on the counter. The picture you have in your mind is what Della Dumbaugh’s home looks like, filled with University of Richmond students, on a typical day.
Haunted by his past, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has yet to resign since his yearbook page featuring a racist photo became public. Many UR students who supported him said they were not happy with this news.
After a long preseason practice in the grueling August heat, Gus was still as energetic as ever. His team returned to the athletic training center to recover after their workout, and there was Gus, in the hot tub, “unwinding.” With a towel wrapped around his head, he was shoulder deep in the water, surrounded by bubbles and swaying back and forth, a wide smile across his face, singing loudly to anyone who passed.
When Crystal Hoyt came to the University of Richmond in 2003, she didn’t think she would stay very long.
Ring Dance is a celebration of Westhampton College that is believed to date back to the 1940s, but the original year remains unknown, according to the 2019 Ring Dance program. The ceremony contains several traditions and is a rite of passage to recognize Westhampton juniors becoming upperclassmen and honor their respective achievements.
Sarah Hipwell, a junior on the University of Richmond’s women’s cross-country and track teams, was feeling a familiar ache in her leg during practice once again. A visit to the sports medicine office in the Weinstein Center confirmed her fear: another femoral stress fracture.
The holidays always attract the big questions: What are your plans for after graduation? Have you applied to any jobs? Where do you think you will end up? Seniors specifically find themselves on the end of these questions as the transition to employment is approaching.
Many aspects of the University of Richmond have changed over the years, but regardless of the decade in which students attend, they have used “life hacks” to get through college by benefiting from loopholes, using a strategic shortcut or being savvy in order to increase efficiency in some way.
President Ronald A. Crutcher is distinguished in his musical and academic pursuits. But he is also a man of immense knowledge, experiences and skills that more people at the University of Richmond should be aware of.
Lauren Costello was sleep-deprived, lacking in energy and smelling like the woods. Like many of her fellow student leaders, she was struggling to find the enthusiasm for the last two days of Camp Kesem UR 2018.
Although California may seem very far from us, its problems affect the lives of people on our very campus. The recent California wildfires burned hundreds of thousands of acres of land and displaced more than 25,000 people, including some of the families of University of Richmond students.
Editor's note: Jackson McAtee is on Collegian staff.
Sophomore Kayla Saltzman has been singing ever since she could talk, and dreamed of becoming a recording artist one day. Last winter, her childhood dreams began to take shape in the span of just five short days.
Professor Jennifer Sevin’s Introduction to Ecology class raised and released monarch butterflies this semester to help increase the diminishing monarch population.
Professor Linda Hobgood always knew she wanted to teach, but that isn’t the only occupation she has held in her life thus far.
After six-and-a-half weeks on the road and 40 days of touring, Old Sea Brigade arrived in Richmond, Virginia, to perform his 32nd show of his 36-city North American tour.