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In an attempt to use resources more efficiently, the University of Richmond has brought all wellness-related programs and departments on campus under the jurisdiction of a single entity known as the Health and Well-Being Unit, said Marti Tomlin, director of recreation.
Flooding from a broken water line connected to a bathroom sink affected multiple rooms on the first and second floors of Marsh Hall just before 8 p.m. Sunday night.
Miguel “Mickey” A. Quiñones will replace Nancy Bagranoff as dean of the E. Claiborne Robins School of Business, according to an email written by Jeffrey W. Legro, executive vice president and provost.
Editor's Note: In the past, The Collegian has published reports on the university crime log, which is an ongoing report produced by the University of Richmond Police Department of all reported on-campus crimes. This log, along with annual security reports and timely warnings, is a federally required report for all federally-funded colleges and universities that was established by the Clery Act. The Collegian's decision to return to covering the crime log is in order to provide a clear report on crime and URPD activity in the university community. This weekly report will present a few of the recent on-campus crimes and some of the information on how the URPD intends to follow up on crimes, as provided by Assistant Chief of Police Beth Simonds.
“When 'right' is on your side, you just keep on moving,” Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney said to University of Richmond students when answering questions about honor and equity.
Civil rights scholar Fred Lawrence spoke as part of the fourth and final free expression forum, moderated by President Ronald A. Crutcher, at 5 p.m. Monday, April 8, in the Queally Center.
Members from the University of Richmond and city of Richmond communities gathered on Wednesday night to listen to a discussion between a woman who was sexually assaulted and the man she mistakenly identified as her attacker, which created a conversation that called for more change within the criminal justice system.
The usual bustle of the University Forum on Sunday quieted as sexual assault survivors and allies gathered in solidarity to share their personal encounters with sexual violence.
Singers Sean Kingston and Bryce Vine performed at the Robins Center Friday night at the University of Richmond's annual spring concert. The concert was hosted and organized by SpiderBoard, who invited students, faculty, alumni and the Richmond community to attend.
Following a student-led movement and several lively discussions, the Westhampton College Government Association and Richmond College Student Government Association passed a joint resolution Wednesday, April 3, insisting that the university change the names of Ryland and Freeman halls, and released an official statement on April 4 mirroring this intent.
As business people from both the University of Richmond campus and Richmond community made their way into the Jepson Alumni Center to hear Thomas Farrell, the CEO of Dominion Energy, speak, they passed two protesters standing in the parking lot, holding a banner that read, “Tom Farrell — Why do you put profit over people?”
Former Bucknell University head women’s basketball coach Aaron Roussell has been hired as the new University of Richmond head women’s basketball coach after the team parted ways with Michael Shafer last month.
Andrew Miles Byrd, a linguistics professor at the University of Kentucky, presented on the role of Proto-Indo-European (PIE) languages in modern media and entertainment and discussed ways to make PIE study more accessible.
Presidential candidates Claire Tate and Lindsey Paul stressed how inclusivity was central to building a better campus environment at the Westhampton College Government Association’s (WCGA) 2019 presidential debate Monday night.
The intramural fields were full of activity and laughter Saturday, March 30, as students and buddies played games, ate food and socialized at the fourth annual Best Buddies Games.
Taylor Hoogsteden has made a number of noteworthy memories working for Camp Kesem UR, a student organization that helps run free, week-long summer camps for children coping with a parent's cancer.
Braving the rainy, cold weather, party-goers continued to dance and have a great time while the live band stayed strong long after most of the attendees left Pig Roast last year.
On March 26, the WILL* program hosted renowned art activist Favianna Rodriguez, who spoke about changing culture through art, in the Brown Alley Room.
University of Richmond students gathered for a Queer Ally Workshop, where panelists answered questions about LGBTQ+ life, in the Whitehurst Living Room at 7 p.m. on March 28.
Leaders must understand the effects of past oppression on the present in order to move forward.