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It was 50 years ago in the fall of 1968 that the University of Richmond opened its doors to African American students for the first time. Barry Greene, ’72, Isabelle (Thomas) LeSane, ’72, and Madieth Malone, ’72, were among the few black students who enrolled that fall.
Some students on campus leave the water running when they are brushing their teeth, don't quite understand what the different recycling bins are for and forget to turn the lights off when they leave the room.
The University of Richmond football team lost to the Villanova University Wildcats by a score of 45-21 Saturday afternoon in the Spiders' homecoming game.
There’s no mistaking that the 2018 midterm elections are different.
Employees of the Digital Scholarship Lab recently released a new mapping project: Electing the House of Representatives.
Passport Café is phasing out plastic straws and offering strawless lids for cold drinks in an effort to make dining more sustainable on campus.
At The Collegian, we want to write stories that matter to you. We asked readers to send in their questions and burning curiosities about the University of Richmond. No topic was too big or too small. We picked five of them, and our reporters have found the answers for you. One question and answer will be published each day this week. Read the other stories in the series here. And keep being curious.
One afternoon in 2012, the idea for a cupcake that looked like a bagel with cream cheese popped into the head of Richmond alumna Ashley Foxen, ‘10. Foxen was going to see her younger sister in Long Island that weekend, and they decided to see what they could create.
It’s a chilly Thursday night in October, one of the coldest nights of the season, but inside the Cousins Studio Theatre at the University of Richmond, everything is warm, bright and buzzing with activity.
Whether outward or discrete, some students at the University of Richmond struggle with disabilities -- physical, cognitive, learning and emotional.
How would you respond if somebody asked you “What is your responsibility in creating community?”
Students who have registered to vote under a University of Richmond address can vote on campus at the Jepson Alumni Center between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Election Day this year, a move that allows students without cars to vote more easily.
International student insurance rates increased to $2,340 for this academic year and international students are required to buy the university plan without exception.
On Oct. 19, 2018, I presented a resolution to the University of Richmond faculty senate, asking it to adopt a policy regarding freedom of expression on campus that would clearly define the rights and responsibilities of our community in regard to free expression.
Homecoming events for students this year won’t include a concert or homecoming court, but do include a comedy show and a community photography project, with an art festival planned for Friday.
A cast-iron Newfoundland dog stands guard over the grave of a toddler who died in 1862 at the Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond.
In 2001, the University of Richmond purchased nearly 109 acres of bare land 10 minutes away from campus with the idea of building a new football stadium, Jennifer Sevin, professor of ecology, said.
“The First Amendment is in serious trouble.”
Where does your sandwich come from? Normally, you might not know the answer to this question. But if you eat the spicy peanut tofu sandwich from the University of Richmond’s Passport Café, you can trace it back to Twin Oaks, an income-sharing commune just 45 minutes from campus.
The University of Richmond's women’s golf team finished its fall season with a 10th-place finish at the University of Louisville’s Cardinal Cup, the team’s fifth event of the fall.