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Carthene Bazemore-Walker recently joined the University of Richmond administration to fill a new position in the School of Arts and Sciences, assistant dean for diversity, thriving and inclusivity.
On merit and record alone, Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination process to the Supreme Court should have been a relatively easy one. And as long as the allegations against him continue to be unsubstantiated, he must be confirmed as the 114th justice of the Supreme Court.
A University of Richmond student has spearheaded an initiative to encourage the university to develop an official statement or policy regarding freedom of speech on campus.
Despite free and unlimited access to fitness classes ranging from yoga to spinning to BodyPump at the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness, many UR students venture off campus and dig into their own not-so-deep pockets for classes at private studios.
Although bacteria surrounds us every day and is mostly harmless, some types can cause serious issues when you come into contact with them.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was called to testify in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee last Thursday to account for one of several sexual assault allegations against him.
A pipe discharging mass amounts of water led University Facilities to turn off a valve controlling water flow to Sarah Brunet Hall, Millhiser Gymnasium and E. Claiborne Robins Stadium on Monday afternoon.
This year marks the fifth anniversary of the University of Richmond’s Spider Firsts program, which started because of an observation.
Students no longer have access to the Google Contact List and faculty members are restricted in the ways they mass contact students as the result of a Virginia law that went into effect this summer.
Sept. 29: Loss 63-10 vs. James Madison University
Editor's note: This opinion piece was updated to include information about policies regarding fraternity events without alcohol.
It began, as most social change does, with a conversation. In this case, it was a simple dialogue between mother and daughter that lingered in the mind of Kati Hornung, ‘95.
“Hi! My name is Jieyi, but you can call me Crystal.”
Each year at the University of Richmond, hundreds of items are lost by students and claimed by the police department, with the hope of returning them to their rightful owners. More often than not, however, these lost items go unclaimed.
Michael W. Taylor does not stand out from his fellow coworkers from just a quick glance, but in conversation, his strong passion for work, the students, the faculty and the entire University of Richmond community is evident.
In spring 2018, the University of Richmond hosted more than 40 international exchange students from across the globe, according to the international education page on the UR website. How do students from thousands of miles away learn about this small liberal arts college?
“She’s a yeast whisperer.”
A contagious buzz throughout campus regarding summer internships marks the beginning of the school year. For seniors, internships can turn into potential job offers, and to others, it is just another stepping stone for future employment after graduation.
A sporting counterculture has formed at the University of Richmond, creating a visible lack of students present at sporting events, a divide between the athletes and their classmates and a problem for UR athletics that remains unsolved, students and athletes said.
The Heilman Dining Center recently amped up its menu with the addition of an avocado bar that features two kinds of avocado spreads and a variety of toppings for any sandwich imaginable.