Liquor Law Violations
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Liquor Law Violations
Editor's note: Sela Betz and Ava Holle are Collegian staff members.
The University of Richmond on Monday filed to dismiss former associate dean of Arts and Sciences Della Dumbaugh’s amended hostile work environment complaint on the grounds that it fails to provide evidence in support of her claim.
Information added to Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin E. Fairfax’s defamation lawsuit against CBS includes text messages that suggest University of Richmond professor Thaddeus Williamson encouraged one of Fairfax’s sexual assault accusers to go to the press.
The distinct, collective hum of 22 Harley-Davidson motorcycles filled the University Forum Sunday afternoon in celebrating the life of former president of the University of Richmond, World War II veteran and avid motorcyclist, Chancellor E. Bruce Heilman. The motorcyclists were from the Charles A. Ransom Post 186 at the American Legion, which Heilman was a member of.
Editor's Note: Parts of this article have been edited to remove statements that are no longer factually accurate.
AmeriGas is conducting a controlled burn-off of the gas in a leaking propane tank near the University of Richmond's C-61 lot -- known to many students as X-lot -- and the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness.
Despite taking place in the shadow of an impending “Cellar Wednesday,” pizza and politics dominated the Tyler Haynes Commons on Wednesday night.
Tze Loo, associate professor of history and international studies, and Dan Chen, assistant professor of political science, spoke at the Protests in Hong Kong Teach-In on Wednesday, Oct. 23, which aimed to help students understand the historical origins and political evolutions of the Hong Kong protests.
Members of the Richmond community gathered to walk in unity at Deep Run Park Saturday morning to honor those lost to suicide and those currently struggling.
Chancellor E. Bruce Heilman, president of the University of Richmond from 1971 through 1986 and again from 1987 to 1988, died Saturday night at 93.
Editor's Note: This article has been updated to clarify which organizations hosted the conference.
When void of ethics, modern advertising and attention-based media in the internet age may lead to disinformation, extremism and a lack of privacy, said Derek Thompson, staff writer for The Atlantic, Monday night in the Jepson Alumni Center to an audience of mostly non-students.
An amended complaint filed Tuesday as part of a gender discrimination lawsuit against the University of Richmond alleges multiple women at Hope College experienced “belittling and discriminatory behavior” at the hands of Patrice Rankine, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences.
The Student Organization Budget and Appropriation Committee’s presentation last spring on its large budget deficit to the Student Development Leadership Team did not result in increased funding for this upcoming school year.
This year, the University of Richmond changed its healthcare plan for international students from Aetna to UnitedHealthcare due to a significant rise in the cost for the Aetna plan, said Keesha Trim, director of risk management.
The Office of International Education recently made changes to both the content and concept of Asia Week following a Sept. 16 meeting between Dean of International Education Martha Merritt and several Asian student organizations on campus.
A court has granted the University of Richmond’s motion to dismiss former associate dean Della Dumbaugh’s Title VII gender discrimination and hostile work environment lawsuit but has given Dumbaugh the chance to amend her complaint.
The jungle theme at University of Richmond fraternity lodges on Sept. 27 had a purpose. The Interfraternity Council organized a fundraiser for the Rainforest Trust — a nonprofit organization that works with local partners to protect tropical lands — with the fraternities that hosted lodges, and set a goal to raise $1,000.
Editor's Note: This article is the second in a series exploring mental health and its resources on University of Richmond's campus. The series will continue to be published throughout the fall semester. Click here to read previous articles.