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Westhampton College student Natalie Schull was in London for the weekend when the Paris attacks shook the world last November. Out to dinner with her friends from Richmond, Schull received the call from the Office of International Education that changed the course of her time abroad.
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A quick swipe of your SpiderCard followed by the decision of what to eat. Do you have time for two hard eggs or should you just go for the hard-boiled ones today? You find friends, sit down, enjoy your meal and leave.
Some public schools are just better than other public schools, but in Richmond the majority of public schools do not meet Virginia's standards for accreditation.
“Westhampton College,” the college’s webpage reads, “is the college for undergraduate women at the University of Richmond.”
Who are they?
Estimated at $150,000, Walt Whitman’s hand-printed, signed copy of “Leaves of Grass” isn’t something most Richmond students would think they could get their hands on, but then again, most Richmond students haven’t been to the Galvin Rare Book Room.
University fliers for the Gertrude Murrel duPont Fund claim that students can attend cultural events in Richmond and abroad — “on us!” However, that may depend on your definition of "culture."
A group of Richmond students have organized a chapter of the Food Recovery Network on campus that aims to eliminate waste and donate food to the hungry and homeless.
Uber has cut into local taxi drivers’ businesses to the point where some of them have had to become Uber drivers. Bob “Taxi Bob” Schumm, who has served Richmond students, faculty and staff for more than ten years, felt this change firsthand when he was forced to join Uber.
Several student groups have already participated in this year's One Love “Escalation” workshop series, which seeks to raise consciousness about relationship violence.
Let’s get this out of the way: Ronald Crutcher is University of Richmond’s first African-American president.
A campus police officer inspired two Richmond females to push their bodies to their absolute limits in preparation for the 2015 Blue Ridge Classic bodybuilding competition in Charlottesville.
A Westhampton College student reports to the Title IX office that she was raped.
Tales From Abroad is a series where The Collegian publishes a blog post from a UR student currently abroad, with permission from the office of international education. This week we feature Jiaqi, who is studying abroad in Italy.
President Ronald Crutcher and his wife Betty Neal Crutcher are hosting monthly dinners for a select group of student mentees.
Lug-a-mugs in hand, University of Richmond students promote GreenUR’s newest initiative, Kill The Cup Challenge (KTC).
Refugees from Syria have been scattered throughout Europe, and University of Richmond students abroad have noticed the impacts.
If you spend any significant amount of time around the University of Richmond, you will learn about the parking guy. You probably won’t learn that his name is Bill Rawluk, but you’ll learn that he rides around in a red smart car. You probably won’t hear that he’s a nice guy, but instead that he’s everywhere at once, preying on illegally parked cars. “But I just needed to grab a book, I was only gone for five minutes.” He doesn’t care, he’s writing the ticket regardless… Right?
Renting out Camp Concert Hall costs $300 a day and the required custodial services add an extra $125, according to the Modlin Center for the Arts Campus Rental Rate Information guide. The rates pose a significant financial challenge to student groups hoping to use the space for performances.