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Over the summer, University Dining Services announced in a series of SpiderBytes that it would make several changes to campus cafes Passport and 8:15 at Boatwright to help boost sustainability on campus, such as introducing mugs, plates and different lids.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at Monroe Park on Friday evening to participate in the Global Climate Strike, a worldwide event aimed at raising awareness about climate change and organized locally by a coalition of environmental groups including Extinction Rebellion, the Sierra Club and Sunrise Richmond.
The updated Purchasing Card policy, which went into effect July 1, 2019, prohibits University of Richmond departments and offices from giving out gift cards.
“For a long time, students of color have been lacking a space on campus where they feel a true sense of belonging,” said senior Jennifer Munnings. “This space validates the experiences of students of color at Richmond.”
University President Ronald A. Crutcher spoke of the institution’s many accolades in his State of the University address— but not without acknowledging the areas in which UR still needs work — in Alice Jepson Theatre at 12 p.m. on Wednesday.
University Police Department cautions students about spiked drinks
Editor's Note: The article has been edited for clarity.
8:15 at Boatwright’s new vendor is creating more buzz about caffeine on campus than finals season last year.
New York Times contributor Katie Hafner focuses on the people when she writes her stories.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Yale Law School professor James Forman Jr. argued in a Thursday lecture that our current criminal justice system has its roots in racist and misguided law enforcement policies that can be traced back generations.
Editor's Note: This article is the first 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.
A “Thriving and Inclusive University Community” is one of the five pillars of the University of Richmond’s strategic plan, “Forging our Future, Building from Strength," and has been a main focus for UR administration throughout the past year.
Editor’s note: The Collegian does not name victims of crimes without their permission. The article was updated to reflect the correct number of original charges faced in February.
As of Friday, fraternity lodge events will not have guest lists nor serve alcohol until after fall break.
The Eco-Corridor will open in spring 2020 to provide students with many amenities and opportunities – not just the goats.
The appearance of five stickers bearing slogans of a white supremacist group across the University of Richmond campus prompted strong reactions from the UR community.
A burial ground of enslaved people is believed to be beneath the University of Richmond. The burial ground is behind Puryear Hall, near the steam plant and parking lot U8, according to documentary evidence uncovered by a graduate student.
A student at the University of Richmond's School of Professional and Continuing Studies died earlier this week, according to an email sent Friday by University Chaplain Craig T. Kocher.
An employee of a roofing subcontractor working at Lora Robins Court has died from injuries sustained after falling off the building’s roof Wednesday morning, according to the university police department.
Editor's Note: An earlier version of this article stated that the employee fell off the building's roof. At the time of original publication, that was not yet determined.