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The first-year class president of the Westhampton College Government Association and the members of her cabinet recently implemented the “-Ism Initiative,” a program that aims to educate students and faculty members on how to cultivate a culture of respect for marginalized groups on campus.
The Center for Student Involvement has completed its investigation into the University of Richmond’s chapter of the Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity — the Delta Zeta chapter — and found no evidence to support the allegation made against it.
An alumna from the University of Richmond, Julia Baer, who graduated in 2015, is a member of the U.S. Quidditch national team and will be participating in the 2020 Quidditch World Cup.
Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele talked about the Republican party and the future of the "American Dream" as part of this year's Sharp Speaker Series.
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Editor's note: The article has been updated to accurately reflect UR's admissions policy, which is need-aware for DACA and international students during only the admission process. If a student is accepted, UR meets 100% of their demonstrated need.
There have been a number of potential solutions tossed around regarding the best way to fix campus culture at the University of Richmond, and there may indeed be more than one way to solve this problem. Although the dissolution of the Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council is an idea that has caught traction, I feel as a member of Greek life that moving forward with such proposals would fail to solve the campus’ social problems and would worsen the already-limited social scene on campus.
All first-year residence halls at the University of Richmond will be coed in the 2020-21 academic year, according to the Residence Life & Housing website. This will be the first time single-gender buildings will not be available for incoming first-year students.
Decorative signage mimicking old-fashioned advertisements in The Cellar were removed the last week of January after a student said the displays were offensive.
February 5: Loss 42-57 vs. VCU
Through her brand e.xclusively, junior Erin Watton sells painted pieces such as clothing and handbags customized to each customer.
The Richmond College Student Government Association and the Westhampton College Government Association held a workshop entitled Campus Climate: Student Solutions Workshop Thursday night at The Current to gather students’ ideas regarding racial issues at the University of Richmond.
After leading by five goals in the second half on Saturday, Richmond couldn’t withstand No. 4 Maryland’s comeback and lost in sudden-death double overtime.
The National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine performed in the Dominion Energy Center at 7:30 p.m. Friday as part of the Modlin Downtown series, with a pre-performance lecture at 6:30.
If your only experience with animals on campus is the geese in the lake or the squirrels in the trees, then “you are missing 90% of what is cool.”
Bryan Terrell Clark, best known for his role as George Washington in the Broadway hit “Hamilton,” visited the University of Richmond campus on Thursday as part of the Center for Student Involvement’s programming for Black History Month.
Have you seen the memes about January 2020 being the longest month ever? That’s how movie fans probably felt with January’s movie releases. But don’t worry! February is here and we can start fresh because this month is bringing many good movies.
After placing comfortable cushions on the ground for her patient to lie on, Martha Wright closes her eyes. She begins forming symbols with her hands and takes a few deep breaths to prepare to receive energy from above for her reiki practice.
Claire Tate, a Westhampton College Government Association senator, helped start an Essentials Needs Pantry this semester to provide University of Richmond students with material support and to mitigate waste on campus.
The University of Richmond’s chapter of the pre-health fraternity Delta Epsilon Mu -- the Alpha Beta chapter -- has stopped operations due to several reports of events contrary to UR’s conduct and hazing policies.