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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.
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.
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.
The University of Richmond’s chapter of the business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi -- the Delta Zeta chapter -- has stopped operations due to a report of actions contrary to UR’s conduct and hazing policies.
Laura Cathcart Robbins concluded her presentation on Monday evening with a quote from the late author Toni Morrison.
“Our water can predict how long of a life a child will live,” said author and pediatrician Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha at the One Book, One Richmond keynote talk Wednesday at 7 p.m.
A room full of people of different ethnicities and backgrounds danced in a circle, shaking their hands in the air and moving their hips. They were following the ministrations of Kevin LaMarr Jones, a ’94 graduate of the University of Richmond and founder of CLAVES UNIDOS, a collective of artists who explore and connect the African Diaspora through song and dance.
The ticket price for Ring Dance was raised this year to $60 from $50, sparking conversation about the financial burden for participants.
Editor's Note: The article has been updated to include a statement from the national headquarters of Theta Chi Fraternity.
Two journalists, one from National Public Radio and one from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, spoke at the University of Richmond on Wednesday about the importance of seeking truth in journalism and objective reporting.
The General Education Curriculum Improvement Committee presented three proposals to the public last week, shifting the curriculum’s emphasis to skills learning, improvements to first year seminars and greater consistency throughout a student’s four years.
Editor’s Note: The current president of Kappa Kappa Gamma is a member of The Collegian’s staff.
Several students shared their experiences Thursday evening at a community meeting called in response to the recent racist incidents on campus, as well as what many called a “long-running culture” of racism fostered both within the University of Richmond and the U.S.
Editor’s Note: The Collegian does not name victims of crime without their permission.
More than 200 people attended the first of a three-part discussion series titled Interpoint to discuss race not only at the University of Richmond, but in people’s lives as a whole.
The University of Richmond updated its fire safety policy after repeated damage and vandalisms to exit signs posed threats to student safety, said Patrick Benner, director of Residence Life and Housing.
Twenty-one students and one faculty member spoke in front of a crowd that filled the Forum at "More Than Just a Message," Tuesday's open mic protest aimed at denouncing racist actions that occur on campus, in light of recent events.
A packed room at the Lunar New Year celebration Saturday made students and faculty hopeful that the University of Richmond might soon have a stronger campus community and a better understanding of Asia.