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Junior Rennie Harrison spent Tuesday, Oct. 4, the day of the vice presidential debate, with a man who knows a thing or two about being VP. Harrison attended a gathering of the It’s On Us national committee at the Washington, D.C., home of Vice President Joe Biden.
On Sept. 14, the Richmond community lost someone many described as a pillar of the university to an aggressive brain tumor.
Richmond alumnus William Hehir, RC ‘10, returned to campus
Friday night to perform with his band, Misterwives, in front of a sold-out crowd of students for this year's homecoming concert in the Robins Center.
The University of Richmond dedicated the new Queally Center, which integrates the offices of admission, financial aid and employer development on Friday, Oct. 14, 2016.
Earlier this week, Richmond football coach Danny Rocco said he expected his team's Homecoming game against No. 13 Villanova to be close.
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.
University of Richmond is being sued for its alleged failure to disclose the risk of repetitive head injuries and long-term brain damage to university football players in a class-action lawsuit that has the potential to include dozens of former players between the years 1952 and 2010.
University of Richmond hosted a CNN focus group of undecided voters during the vice presidential debate on Tuesday.
There is a saying: “Clowns are not funny after midnight." I think we can add that they aren’t funny on college campuses either…or anywhere that is not a circus or a birthday party, for that matter.
The Spiders’ tough defense and a late-game goal led them to a 1-0 victory in a hard-fought conference game against University of Massachusetts.
Richmond was able to eke out a victory against Towson on Saturday with a fake field goal, despite costly penalties and inconsistent defense.
Members of sororities, fraternities and dance groups commanded the stage in Tyler Haynes Commons while performing to hits through the decades at Pi Beta Phi’s Lip Sync for Literacy.
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.
Dan Fabian, deputy Title IX coordinator and associate dean, will not return to his positions until after fall break, Dean Joe Boehman said at the weekly Richmond College Student Government Association (RSCGA) meeting.
Let’s pretend for a second that the other things surrounding Donald Trump don’t matter: not the xenophobia, his refusal to release tax returns nor the lack of factual knowledge and preparation. None of it.
It’s almost that time of the year all Richmond students have been anxiously waiting for: fall break! Since the second week of school, many students have been counting down for this five-day break from classes, homework and meetings.
It’s no secret: liberal arts colleges are, well, liberal. Those leaning to the political left have controlled academia for years.
Following the recent events involving University of Richmond’s alleged mishandling of Title IX cases, I have been amazed by the unity of the student body in response to this horrible situation. Everyday, my phone is filled with messages from students who are part of Spiders Against Sexual Assault, a student initiative to combat the injustices allegedly committed by the university administration. It is heartwarming to see the passion our student body has and the actions they are taking to seek justice and change. I am proud to work with so many of my peers and will continue to do so until we see change.