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Former Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer discussed his perspective on interpretations of the first amendment rights on Sep. 23 as part of the University of Richmond School of Art and Sciences’ 2020-21 webinar series. Signer was mayor of Charlottesville during the Unite the Right rally that took place on Aug. 11-12, 2017.
Similar to many other aspects of University of Richmond life, campus dining has adapted to a "new normal." Heilman Dining Center staff have made operational changes in order to comply with the Centers for Disease Control and UR guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The University of Richmond started COVID-19 prevalence testing on Sept. 8 and will continue prevalence testing throughout the remainder of the fall semester, Vice President and General Counsel Shannon Sinclair said on Sept. 18 in a press session with UR Administration and Collegian staff.
In order to reduce transmission of the COVID-19 virus, students and faculty alike have had to adapt to a new University of Richmond. One major change has been a shift toward online learning via Zoom, in the form of fully online and hybrid classes.
Because of the University of Richmond’s COVID-19 safety regulations and social distancing guidelines, many outdoor campus spaces have become popular spots to eat, do homework or socialize.
Since students have moved onto the University of Richmond campus, the UR Post Office has faced new challenges caused by COVID-19 and has made adjustments to follow UR guidelines while also keeping customers pleased.
Editor's Note: This article contains expletive language.
The Princeton Review ranked the University of Richmond 10th in colleges with little race and class interaction in 2021, moving from last year's spot as fourth on the list.
Over the summer, University of Richmond administrators were tasked with constructing a plan that would allow 2,830 students from all over the United States and abroad into a single community with adequate food, facilities and safety measures, said Patrick Benner, director of residence life and housing.
On Aug. 24, Sharon Dickerson-Reed, a dedicated University of Richmond Dining Services employee from Henrico County, died at age 51. Dickerson-Reed is remembered by her family, friends and co-workers at Dining Services for her lively personality and the charisma she brought to work each day.
Editor's Note: Reda Ansar is a columnist on The Collegian.
As the sunset peers through his bedroom window, University of Richmond '20 graduate Ross Abrash prepares himself for his meditation. The smell of incense lingers in his room as it slowly burns. Abrash sits down and begins to reflect on the day behind him.
Two University of Richmond professors were featured in the Netflix documentary series “The Innocence Files.”
Universities across the U.S. canceled or postponed their 2020 graduation ceremonies. For first-generation graduates, or students who are the first in their immediate family to graduate college, this loss was significant.
Editor's Note: This article was updated to correct factual errors.
Senior Claire Griffiths never expected to finish her final year at the University of Richmond online. Despite this unexpected change, Griffiths said she considered her four years at UR to be some of the best in her life and is thankful for every person who was part of them.
Over his four years at the University of Richmond, senior Jeff Lowe has worked in the Center for Student Awareness, Response and Education, acted as a Wellness Education Bandit and has been heavily involved in the LGBTQ+ Coalition, he said.
You have probably seen Bilal Hindi somewhere on campus, whether he's riding around on his penny board, working a shift as a barista at 8:15 Cafe at Boatwright or hanging out with friends on the University of Richmond Forum, one of his favorite places on campus.
As he walks onto the court of the University of Richmond's Robins Center, sophomore Kyle Gardner stands alone with only a camera in hand. His blue sweater and white hat worn backwards contrast the shiny wood flooring. His fellow staffers rush up and down the sidelines preparing for the impending game, and sports reporters take their seats to adjust their microphones. Gardner remains at center court. He isn’t flustered by the commotion around him. He stands amid a nearly packed stadium and takes in his surroundings.
After more than three years of work, chemistry professor Ryan Coppage and senior Nathan Dinh were finally ready to present their pioneering research on ceramic glazes at the American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition.