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Long hours spent in the Gottwald Science Center on labs, lengthy research and reports are a common occurrence for many pre-health or science students. A student-run science publication has become yet another reason for Osmosis editor-in-chief Alex Long, RC ’17, to spend extra time inside the building.
Freshman Aquilla Maliyekkal paces the green carpeting of room 103 in Jepson Hall. He walks in circles around the well of the lecture hall, speaking to an empty audience. He furrows his brow and looks down at the ground, as the carefully planned speech he is reciting leaves his mind for a moment.
Although unsure about her intended major when she first arrived at Richmond, Melanie Lippert, WC '19, was determined to volunteer.
The rights to life, liberty and the exercise of personal agency have been enshrined in American thought and culture since 1776. The commitment to defending these basic human freedoms at home and abroad is one of our defining qualities as Americans.
University of Richmond students raised $5,580 on Saturday for its 11th annual Relay for Life, a 24-hour event that spreads awareness and raises money for the American Cancer Society's cancer research efforts.
Director Stéphanie Gillard is visiting Richmond from Paris for the whole week to speak at the 25th anniversary of the French Film Festival. On Monday, March 27, she gave a speech entitled "Reframing Cultural Survivance" about her time with the Lakota tribe.
In a national atmosphere of increasingly polarized politics, a rare bipartisan effort emerged at the University of Richmond last week.
When students leave the University of Richmond campus, they typically go to fun, trendy spots such as Carytown, the Fan district or Maymont Park. Most are unaware that the up-and-coming city of Richmond has the second highest poverty rate in the state of Virginia.
Catholic Charities (CCC) is a non-profit organization that provides Virginians with a range of services, from pregnancy counseling to refugee resettlement. To Niomi Kaiser,
it's more like a second home.
Editor's note: The Collegian was told after publishing that Tuesday's event was a City of Richmond-sponsored meeting. Bike Walk RVA is an advocacy organization that assisted with public engagement and outreach. The bike-lane initiative is that of DPW. Mike Sawyer is the City Transportation Engineer, not a Bike Walk RVA leader.
What began as a relaxing pastime for junior Taylor Block has now blossomed into a successful self-managed business: Salt and Soul Jewelry.
UberEATS, the food delivery service created by the Uber platform, became available to Richmond residents last week on March 16. The meal-ordering and delivery app was founded in 2014 and has been implemented in major cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas.
The Alpha-Chi Zeta chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha, a fraternity at the University of Richmond, launched a mental health prevention campaign and fundraiser this week with its own brothers in mind.
Editor's note: After publishing, The Collegian was notified that President Crutcher hopes to announce the name of the next Chaplain by mid April, not over the summer, with a starting date being sometime this summer.
Students enrolled in Film Studies 203, With Images and Sound: Introduction to the Language of Film, are currently working on a documentary series in collaboration with the National University of San Martin (UNSAM) and the Da Vinci School of Multimedia.
Students for Life of America and Spiders for Life, two student organizations on campus, gathered in the Forum Tuesday to host a “We Don’t Need Planned Parenthood” tour.
On Tuesday night, almost 100 students gathered in The Pier in the Tyler Haynes Commons to talk about race issues on the University of Richmond campus.
On the night before the annual Richmond Student Government Association (RCSGA) presidential election, the two candidates, juniors Abbas Abid and Daniel Yoo, faced off during a debate in front of their fellow classmates.
Food is a central aspect of culture.