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On Saturday, December 2, 2017, a WC student reported a fondling to the UR Police Department. The incident occurred on December 1, 2017, in a vehicle while the victim was traveling back to campus from an off-campus event. The male offender was unknown to the victim. This is all the information that is available at this time.
In September of 2016, two University of Richmond students published separate accounts detailing the mishandling of their Title IX cases on The Huffington Post’s contributor network.
The associate dean for student services and administration of the University of Richmond School of Law will be the new director of compliance and Title IX coordinator.
University of Richmond’s chapter of Sigma Chi brought sexual assault awareness to the campus’s attention this week by selling shirts with the message “No More ΣXcuses It Ends Now…” across the back.
The hiring process to fill the position of sexual misconduct education and prevention coordinator, which has been empty for the duration of the academic year, is progressing but not yet complete.
University of Richmond President Ronald Crutcher has constructed a 16-member advisory committee for sexual assault prevention and response that includes faculty, staff, alumni, trustees and students.
In late fall of 2016, students at UR read yet another article about a sexual assault that had happened on campus, and how the administration had failed to help. Outraged, students called for reform, and the school began to work with the student body to ease the pain and change the future.
This past September, after Richmond students CC Carreras and Whitney Ralston went public about how they felt the university administration mishandled their sexual assault cases, there was a palpable outrage from students, faculty and alumni. Students were angry and incredulous. Parents were shocked and scared. Some alumni even vowed to discontinue their donations to the university. All the while, news and media outlets followed the scandal closely, interviewing students like myself about campus climate and student actions following so much outrage.
A group of seven Richmond students came together last
semester to found the Peer Sexual Misconduct Advisors (PSMAs) program composed
of students trained as confidential peer advisors in Title IX policy, procedure
and emotional support resources.
University of Richmond administration announced via email on Jan. 6 that all returning students would be required to exchange their existing student ID for an updated version.
President Crutcher emailed members of the university community on Nov. 21 to announce the university had made significant progress on the changes outlined in the Oct. 7 message regarding sexual assault prevention.
Keith Edwards, a nationally recognized speaker on sexual assault and male identity, discussed how students can be proactive in his talk, “Ending Rape: Addressing the Roots of Sexual Violence,” on Tuesday evening.
November 2, 2012: A University of Richmond campus security guard finds senior Allie Albright crying hysterically in the bushes near Atlantic House.
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Update at 2:40 p.m. on Oct. 24: Dan Fabian, associate dean of Richmond College and former deputy Title IX coordinator, has returned to work after nearly two months of absence, Richmond College administrative assistant Cassie Vestal said today.
Donors, students, faculty and alumni walked past messages from Spiders Against Sexual Assault (SASA) written in chalk as they arrived to the Queally Center dedication ceremony Friday.
President Ronald Crutcher announced a list of initiatives reforming Richmond's approach to sexual assault in an email to the university community on Friday.
President Ronald Crutcher met with the University of Richmond Board of Trustees Friday morning to discuss plans to improve the way sexual assault is prevented and handled at the university. A member of the Board of Trustees issued the following statement in the afternoon.
Seven students involved in Spiders Against Sexual Assault handed President Ronald Crutcher their proposals for how the university should handle sexual assault Friday afternoon.
A CALL TO ACTION