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According to the Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows, sonder is "the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own." As students gathered inside The Pier on a cold, rainy Thursday night, just after Tyler’s Grill had pulled its gates closed for the evening, sonder soon became evident to everyone.
Paula Krebs, the Modern Language Association's executive director, spoke at the University of Richmond Thursday night about the importance of studying the humanities in undergraduate education and real-world experience.
Lora Robins Court, Lakeview Hall, Robins Hall, Atlantic House and Pacific House will undergo renovation during the summer of 2019.
Editor's Note: This story was updated to correct a direct quote from Liam McGrinder, as well as include more context regarding the quote.
University of Richmond’s Lauren Tilton, assistant professor of digital humanities in the rhetoric and communication studies department, received a $35,000 fellowship in January to develop a digital book that will map out oral histories collected during the Great Depression.
The University of Richmond no longer recognizes Sigma Chi fraternity's Epsilon Rho chapter as an on-campus organization, according to a memorandum obtained by The Collegian.
Editor's note: The Collegian does not name victims of crime.
As part of campus-wide renovation and modernization efforts, the University of Richmond bookstore has rebranded as the SpiderShop.
Invaluable friendships, a professor’s sword fight with a student and the global influences on American math education are all topics explored on the American Mathematics website.
For the first time since the University of Richmond was desegregated 50 years ago in 1968, the Office of Multicultural Affairs hosted the Black Excellence Gala to celebrate the numerous achievements of students and faculty members on Feb. 23.
Zachary Wood, author of "Uncensored: My Life and Uncomfortable Conversations at the Intersection of Black and White America," joined a panel of students to answer questions about fostering dialogues and freedom of expression on Monday.
The Westhampton College Government Association (WCGA) recently created a Mental Health Caucus as a direct response to the growing demand for mental health services at the University of Richmond.
The University of Richmond Police Department arrested first-year Anthony Madrigal on Feb. 13 on two felony charges of abduction and forcible sodomy.
University of Richmond students and faculty members are attempting to change the conversation regarding eating disorders and body positivity during National Eating Disorders Awareness Week.
The Common Application, the prominent college admission application used by more than 700 universities, will no longer ask potential college students for their criminal history, beginning on Aug. 1 of this year.
The University of Richmond Faculty Senate unanimously passed a motion to delay its part of the three-year review of Patrice Rankine, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, on Friday, Feb. 22. The motion was passed at the third meeting of the Faculty Senate this month -- two more than is usual.
Scammers ceaselessly try to defraud students and faculty members alike, but Information Services and the University Police Department stand as the first line of defense, thwarting attackers and developing new programs to educate and protect the University of Richmond community from cyber attacks.
A tumultuous period for Virginia’s state government could ultimately result in a big promotion for a University of Richmond alumna.
“Sometimes, we have to let one story end so another can begin,” award-winning author and illustrator Sophie Blackall told her audience during a book talk and signing at the University of Richmond.
Residents of Gray Court have had to deal with constant fire alarm evacuations this year due to an issue with shower steam, according to university personnel.