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The "Richmond Plague" sickness that infects campus each fall semester has struck, and University of Richmond students are now thinking about the different ways and places they interact with bacteria. From sharing drinks at 8:15 at Boatwright to sharing a hall bathroom with 15 friends, college students are constantly surrounded by bacteria.
Editor's note: Colby Wilcox is a features writer on The Collegian staff.
Every year I dread 9/11. It’s a dark day that I hate to think about, much less speak about. It’s a national day of remembrance, but all I remember is the lost of a loved one — and the loss of my innocence. When I was a child I was ambushed with videos of the towers crumbling apart; the towers in which my loved ones worked.
The Richmond Police Department (RPD) is investigating a display at Bryan Park that took place early Thursday morning as a crime, authorities said.
A University of Richmond alumnus will be showing his film "September Morning" at the Byrd Theatre in Carytown Monday, Sept. 11, which is about his experience as a UR freshman when the 9/11 tragedy occurred.
On Thursday evening in a packed Ukrop auditorium, University President Ronald A. Crutcher moderated a panel hosted by a coalition of University of Richmond student organizations discussing the recent violence that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia.
More than 300 University of Richmond faculty and staff members have signed a statement to "oppose and denounce racism and racist violence like that witnessed in Charlottesville, Virginia, this past weekend and condemn the KKK, neo-Nazis, and other white supremacist groups that attacked peaceful protesters and killed Heather Heyer" this week.
Editor's note: Anika Kempe, a University of Richmond journalism graduate and resident of Charlottesville, Virginia, wrote the following chronological account of the demonstrations and violence that took place in the city this past weekend.
Westhampton College has announced that a new assistant dean will be joining their staff on Aug. 1.
Scott Allison, a psychology professor at the University of Richmond, spent part of his gap year after college working at a restaurant.
Two students were taken to a hospital for observation after breathing in smoke from a chemical fire that broke out on the third floor of Gottwald Center for the Sciences on Wednesday evening.
Editor's note: President Ronald Crutcher asked that Rob Andrejewski speak on his behalf, as he worked closely with President Crutcher on the University’s response, Cynthia Price, director of media and public relations, told The Collegian after this article was published. The article originally said Crutcher declined to comment.
During his 2014-2015 season, Richmond Spiders’ Forward T.J. Cline developed a signal with Head Coach Chris Mooney.
University of Richmond Athletic Director Keith Gill resigned on Wednesday according to a recent press release. Gill has served as athletic director since 2012.
The Office of Common Ground has hired a new associate director for LGBTQ campus life to promote a more inclusive campus.
The University of Richmond’s women’s golf team claimed its second consecutive team title at the 2017 Patriot League Women’s Golf Championship last week.
University of Richmond student Olivia Pivirotto, WC '19, worked over the past two years to create a product that aims to change the way college students drink alcohol.
After winning first place at the University of Richmond's annual Business Pitch Competition, two students traveled to Charlottesville, Virginia, to compete in the College Cup, which is part of the annual Tom Tom Founders Festival hosted by the University of Virginia.
During the last week of classes, The Collegian will be publishing a photo series titled Academic Alcoves showcasing various professors' offices around the University of Richmond. This is the sixth installment of seven.
During the last week of classes, The Collegian will be publishing a photo series titled Academic Alcoves showcasing various professors' offices around the University of Richmond. This is the final installment of seven.