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The University of Richmond has suspended recognition of its Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter indefinitely after a thorough review revealed repeated violations of the University's policies and risk management procedures, according to an email from a University spokesperson.
On July 2, an Essex County Grand Jury indicted Ali Muhammad Brown, 30, on terrorism, murder and other charges for his alleged murder of Brendan Tevlin on June 25, 2014, while two other men alleged to take part in the initial robbery had their charges dropped, according to multiple news outlets.
The University of Richmond has partnered with Richmond 2015, the organizer of the UCI Road World Championships, and will host the official start of the Men's Elite Road Race, the University announced on June 26.
After an eight-month process, University of Richmond has hired Rob Andrejewski as its first Director of Sustainability.
Graduation weekend – a three-day celebration marking the close of 727 undergraduate careers – will commence Friday evening with the senior celebration on the forum from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
University of Richmond summer internship funding programs saw significant growth in terms of both applications and awards given during the first year for the Richmond Guarantee, with the total amount of summer funding for 2015 nearing $1.7 million.
A screen shot from the video of a civilian who captured the Slager shooting the fleeing Scott. Courtesy of The Lad Buzz/Creative Commons.
Robert Stevens Gentil, a 32-year-old Richmond Public Schools teacher, was charged with felony involuntary manslaughter for his involvement in the fatal car crash that killed University of Richmond faculty member, Elizabeth B. Pryor, 64.
Alyssa Boisvert's photo "Limitless," which she took at Mount Cook National Park, New Zealand, was one of 10 Spiders Abroad Photo Contest winners
On Tuesday evening, students, faculty and families gathered for the Office of International Education’s annual International Celebration to present annual awards and to celebrate another year of growth.
University of Richmond students are invited to a final “Salute to Dr. Ayers,” an event that will feature live entertainment and student-created videos, at Crenshaw Field at 7 p.m. on April 18.
Members of the University of Richmond community gathered in The Forum Wednesday afternoon to commemorate Walter Scott, a black male who was shot in the back and killed by a white police officer in North Charleston, South Carolina, April 4.
The Collegian released the complete results of its Campus Attitudes on Sexual Assault survey Wednesday, and the full report can be read here.
University of Richmond Police Report: April 6, 2015 - April 13, 2015
Stray Cats: This photo was taken on the streets of Valletta that was overrun by stray cats everywhere. I like this photo because you can see the streets which are clearly in need of repair: much of the city still bares scars from heavy damage due to World War II. Photo by Elizabeth Cohan.
Come tomorrow, campus will be swarming with Lilly Pulitzer dresses and pastel bow ties, a clear indication that Pig Roast weekend has arrived at Richmond.
Many of the arrests that have been made during Pig Roast have been a direct result of people drawing attention to themselves, said Eric Beatty, University of Richmond Police Lieutenant.
"Be 22. Live Hard. That doesn't mean getting drunk every weekend, it means discovering who you are and doing amazing things whenever you can because you won't be young forever" outgoing president Ed Ayers advised.
Outgoing Richmond President Ed Ayers answered previously submitted student questions and participated in a live Q&A session at the President's Forum, hosted by University of Richmond’s Mortar Board Chapter, in the Ukrop Auditorium Wednesday night.
Teach For America (TFA), a national program that trains high-achieving college graduates to teach at high-poverty schools for two years, has been in the works for Richmond since 2012, but will no longer be coming to Richmond Public Schools for the 2015-2016 school year.