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Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property
Ronald Crutcher, University of Richmond’s new president, said he wanted more people to learn about Richmond, a school he thinks is vastly underappreciated. Early in Crutcher's term, the university will have the opportunity to showcase itself September 27 when it hosts the start of the UCI Road World Championship’s Men’s Elite Race, the premier race of an event expected to draw about 300 million worldwide viewers.
After extensive discussions with student leaders, the athletics department is introducing sweeping changes to the football game tailgates this year.
A new app is bringing campus events and news to students’ fingertips.
A University of Richmond police captain said Thursday that campus police did not know the identity of a male Richmond student accused of committing sexual assault against a female Richmond student, although the victim reported she had been sexually assaulted by a known male.
On Wednesday morning a reporter and videographer from WDBJ TV news were shot and killed during a live broadcast near Roanoke, Virginia, which is about a three-hour drive west of Richmond. The victims were reporter Alison Parker, 24, and videographer Adam Ward, 27, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports.
A local man combatted an armed shooter on a train in France Friday, wrestling away an assault rifle and preventing what could have been a horrific terrorist attack.
University of Richmond’s Police Department mistakenly sent two timely warning emails Monday morning because the full message did not go out in the first email, Captain John Jacobs said.
In The Know is a weekly brief that highlights events and happenings around University of Richmond
After serving as dean of Westhampton College for 12 years, Juliette Landphair moved in August to the University of Mary Washington to become its vice president for student affairs. A starter job at Richmond became a career and a passion after Landphair fell in love with the Richmond community.
President Ronald Crutcher told new students they would work harder at Richmond than they did in high school, enabling them them to flourish, when he greeted them and their families at the Robins Center Wednesday evening.
What's up, prof? is a Q&A series where The Collegian asks a University of Richmond professor five questions on a prominent current events topic that align with their expertise.
This past week the newest crop of orientation advisors arrived to campus to complete a five-day training program to prepare for welcoming new students to Richmond.
Fraternities are changing the lodge sign-in process from using guest lists at the door to having guests swipe in using UR identification cards, a switch that has been on hold since the beginning of fall 2014 semester due to lack of Wi-Fi at the lodges.
Sweet Briar College, an all-women only liberal arts college in Virginia, will remain open for the 2015-2016 school year and is expecting nearly 300 students to attend after previously planning on shutting down.
A University of Richmond professor was charged with two counts of arson after being accused of setting fire to an art studio and a vehicle trailer at his home. He told officers responding to the scene that a room in his home was “booby trapped” and that anyone trying to enter the area of the home where he stored his weapons “would have a bad day,” the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports.
On Tuesday, Ali Muhammad Brown pleaded not guilty to murder, terrorism and other charges for his alleged murder of Brendan Tevlin on June 25, 2014 in a brief court appearance attended by Tevlin's parents, nj.com reports.
Two University of Richmond students died early this summer on separate occasions.
Five Burning Questions is an Q&A series where The Collegian asks prominent professionals five questions that affect the University of Richmond.
Five Burning Questions is an Q&A series where The Collegian asks prominent professionals five questions that effect the University of Richmond.