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With new changes to the sexual misconduct policy that was updated at the start of the academic school year, University of Richmond will host a town forum event Wednesday with the hopes of educating the campus community on these changes, Beth Curry said, who is the coordinator for sexual misconduct education and advocacy on campus.
University of Richmond Dining Services unveiled a new app on March 18 called Edible Bytes; the app was created to better educate students on exactly what’s in the food they’re eating.
The Collegian's staff used a print version of the student directory to create a list of all undergraduate students, and then emailed each student this survey.
Close to 7 in 10 (69%) of respondents who indicated they had an unwanted sexual experience at the University of Richmond told someone else about the incident(s) (top graphic), but fewer than 4% reported the experience(s) to someone in an official capacity (bottom graphic).
The Collegian received 1,004 University of Richmond undergraduate student responses – 34 percent of the student body – to its Spring 2015 Campus Attitudes on Sexual Assault survey. 621 of those started surveys were completed, and the response rates to individual questions varied significantly. The following represents the most pertinent results corresponding to questions asked in the survey. For press inquiries, please email
Update 4/14/15: The original article included incorrect information that North Court would be demolished. North will not be demolished, but instead will be renovated. The article has been updated.
Pulitzer Prize recipient Chris Hamby, RC '08, will speak about his award-winning series, Breathless and Burdened, at a lecture on Monday, March 23rd.
SAE's Virginia Tau chapter added this banner outside of its lodge Friday morning, in response to the the racist video that emerged from the Oklahoma chapter
Dar Williams came onto the stage at Camp Concert Hall carrying just a classic acoustic guitar and, without any greeting to the audience, began to sing “When I was a Boy,” a song about gender identity in today’s society.
Emotions in Motion 5K, a run and walk for mental health and
suicide prevention awareness, will take place 11 a.m. Saturday, March 21 at University of Richmond.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon is establishing a national initiative to combat racial discrimination and will review all of its chapters to determine if any chapters engage in racially offensive behaviors similar to that of the now-disbanded Oklahoma chapter, Blaine Ayers, SAE executive director, announced Wednesday.
As it stands now, SAE will not be able to host an event at its lodge for this weekend's Pig Roast.
Sweet Briar College has educated women since 1901, but it will close this summer.
Applications to apply for funding for seven out of the eight programs under the UR Summer Fellowships are due Friday, March 20.
The faculty of Sweet Briar College voted to object the closing of the school in a meeting held Monday, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported.
The University of Richmond Police Department is destroying or donating the below listed unclaimed property per VA Code 15.2-1719 and 15.2-1720. This process will take place on March 26, 2015, if items have not been claimed by the rightful owners. If you believe any of this property belongs to you, please contact Sgt. Jeff Riley firstname.lastname@example.org, or Lt. Eric Beatty at email@example.com.
The University of Richmond’s search for a new director of sustainability is in its final stages, with a decision expected to be announced by the end of March, said David Hale, vice president for business and finance.
Three University of Richmond seniors used their Capstone Senior project as a means to bring Best Buddies to campus this semester.
“Would you rather fight a horse-sized duck or 50 duck-sized horses?” moderator Kyle Linardo asked juniors Angelo Suggs Jr. and Matt Logan as the final question in the Richmond College Student Government Association presidential debate.
The University Dancers will celebrate their 30th anniversary with the performance of their annual spring dance show, @30, which will debut Friday, Feb. 27 in the Alice Jepson Theater at Modlin Center for the Arts.