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Documentarian James Barrat lectured on artificial intelligence in the Modlin Center for the Arts in front of a crowd of roughly 200 people yesterday as part of the Weinstein-Rosenthal Forum on Faith, Ethics and Global Society. Barrat bleakly depicted how the unintended consequences of artificial intelligence, or AI, could potentially devastate the human race.
The Robins School of Business will sponsor the EFMD Global Undergraduate Conference Oct. 13-15, with the theme “Undergraduate Management Education: Preparing our Students for the Journey.”
University of Richmond charges $57,470 to every undergraduate student who attends classes and lives on campus. Including personal expenses and textbook charges, the total cost of attendance reaches nearly $60,000. So where does the money go?
Peter LeViness, director of Counseling and Psychological Services, wrote in an email on Sunday that 718 students had responded to the UR Campus Climate survey on Sexual Violence and Bystander Intervention, a study that will give University of Richmond the most detailed look at the sexual assault environment on campus ever.
*Note: Pronouns io/iom/iors will be used to reference Harlowe Kerckhove in the article when necessary.
Thomas Duncan, the first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, died this morning in a Dallas hospital, according to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital.
Rapper Sammy Adams will return to University of Richmond for this year's homecoming concert, student organizations announced Tuesday.
Machines in the University Forest Apartment laundry rooms have been defective for the past couple weeks, yet students have neglected to call the company that is designated to provide the appropriate repair services, Caldwell & Gregory.
Brig. Gen. Mark Martins, chief prosecutor at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, visited University of Richmond on Thursday to decipher the intricacies of military law and explain his role at one of the world’s most notorious military bases.
University of Richmond’s new provost, Jacquelyn Fetrow, led a discussion with student leaders Wednesday night and fielded suggestions for improving certain academic policies and procedures.
Robert Thurman is not only Uma Thurman’s father, but also one of the leading experts on Tibetan Buddhism and the first American to be ordained as a Tibetan monk by the Dalai Lama. On the evening of Sept. 30 in a packed Jepson Alumni Center, Thurman spoke to a crowd of students, staff and Richmond community members about the Buddhist perspective on conflict and anger.
As part of the initiative to bring a sixth Panhellenic sorority to campus, University of Richmond introduced the Standards of Excellence guidelines for Greek organizations this year, which require fraternities and sororities to adhere to higher standards than required by most of their national organizations. This will require most chapters to change their programming, service and facility policies.
“I stand before you this evening as an African American, transgender woman,” Laverne Cox said Monday night before a sold-out Camp Concert Hall. “I stand before you as an artist. I stand before you as an actress — an Emmy-nominated actress — I stand before you as a daughter and a sister.”
Dangerously high levels of E. coli and coliform detected in Westhampton Lake have forced Delta Gamma and Theta Chi to postpone their joint philanthropic event, Richmond Regatta.
University of Richmond honored the memories of Ginny Doyle and Natalie Lewis on Saturday by holding a celebration of life service for the two beloved women’s basketball staff members who died in a hot air balloon accident in May.
In a recent press from Sept. 19, Carrie Hessler-Radelet, Peace Corps director, called on college students to consider making a difference through service by volunteering for the Peace Corps. Hessler-Radelet emphasized the Peace Corp’s new, shorter application process.
A suspect in the disappearance of a University of Virginia sophomore was arrested by police Wednesday afternoon on a Texas beach, police announced, and is being sent back to Virginia.
“Make some noise. Because you are here, and you’re alive, and you’re beautiful.”
Diversity Roundtable, a student organization on University of Richmond's campus, is working to bring students, faculty and staff together through its UR World Cup soccer tournament.
Ali Muhammed Brown, who confessed to killing rising sophomore Brendan Tevlin on June 25, recently stated that Tevlin’s murder was part of a vengeance mission for American military presence in the Middle East.