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John Adams, a marketing guru and CEO of the Martin Agency for 23 years, said he has found great joy in serving as one of the five Executives in Residence at the University of Richmond. Adams serves as a mentor and professor for students and would like to stay for as long as the school will let him, he said.
Earlier this fall, administration made significant changes to the Richmond Scholars program, which is considered to be the most prestigious merit-based award given by the University of Richmond.
The disrespect that many female reporters in the sports industry receive is more prevalent than many people realize.
After 34 years teaching at the University of Richmond, Professor Mike Spear is retiring. The oldest professor at UR, he gave us our first Fs ever in his Copy Editing course — a prerequisite for being a Collegian editor — and he is without a doubt The Collegian’s biggest supporter and critic. What follows is an appreciation for the man who is, in our opinion, one of the greatest professors this university will ever know.
Several students manipulated sophomore class registration for the spring semester, causing a brief shutdown of the system, and raising concerns over the integrity of the University of Richmond’s registration process, students said.
Any person who respects the autonomy of Jewish statehood in Israel and believes in the validity of the 1967 unification of Jerusalem should be sincerely apprehensive of President Donald Trump’s decision today to officially recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital.
Gina Lucido, the University of Richmond field hockey head coach, stepped down today to "pursue a personal change and begin a new life" with her fiancé, according to statement from the athletic department.
The University of Richmond club hockey team finished its semester with two wins against Old Dominion University this weekend, beating ODU 15-1 Friday night at home, and 7-3 on Saturday night in an away game.
This is the fifth installment of The Collegian's UR Employee Spotlight Series. The series tells the stories of University of Richmond staff members who tirelessly help students and work behind the scenes to better campus life.
In September of 2016, two University of Richmond students published separate accounts detailing the mishandling of their Title IX cases on The Huffington Post’s contributor network.
It has become a near regular occurrence in North Court to be woken up during the late hours of the night by a fire alarm.
On Oct. 20, an anti-establishment political party founded by a media mogul won the general election in the Czech Republic.
Mary Kelly Tate has worked as a law professor at the University of Richmond for 13 years and continues to advocate for the wrongfully convicted in her work on and off campus.
In a corner of the University of Richmond bookstore, among aisles of Spider attire, hang Fire Shield power strips and extension cords. These cords are costly yet required purchases for students who want to use electrical products in campus housing.
The Richmond Men’s Basketball Team lost to the Vermont Catamounts 71-65 on Wednesday night, dropping to a 1-6 record on the season.
This is the fourth installment of The Collegian's UR Employee Spotlight Series. The series tells the stories of University of Richmond staff members who tirelessly help students and work behind the scenes to better campus life.
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) recently introduced the Mental Health First Aid program in an effort to bolster mental health awareness and resources at the University of Richmond.
More than 120 Chinese artifacts, including ten life-sized terracotta figures, are on display at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in the exhibit “Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China.”
Louise Howorth is currently studying abroad in Galway, Ireland. Contact Louise at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is the third installment of The Collegian's UR Employee Spotlight Series. The series tells the stories of University of Richmond staff members who tirelessly help students and work behind the scenes to better campus life.