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Editor’s Note: Previous hearing date was Oct. 3 at 9 a.m. central time. This is a developing story. The content of this article might be upsetting to some readers.
The University of Richmond will no longer see race or ethnicity in its admission process after the United States Supreme Court ruled to strike down affirmative action.
The University of Richmond announced on March 23 that Joan Saab will be the new executive vice president for academic affairs and provost.
The University of Richmond Police Department informed community members that a group will likely stage a Second Amendment protest on College Road Saturday, two days after an armed man stood outside the Robins Center.
Despite the bird flu increasing prices of eggs across the United States, the University of Richmond’s contracted food rates keep their costs consistent.
The University of Richmond had a power outage across campus at 9:52 a.m. on Jan. 26 after a traffic collision on River Road brought down a utility pole.
Kronos Quartet, an award-winning San Francisco based string quartet, performed At War With Ourselves - 400 Years of You at the Modlin Center for the Arts on Jan. 21.
The University of Richmond women’s swimming and diving team lost to Villanova University 169-131 on Friday at the Robins Center Natatorium.
Silence took over the E. Claiborne Robins Stadium as the football players on the field took a knee on Nov. 19 to mourn the loss of the three University of Virginia students who were fatally shot last week. Attendees of the sold-out game stood to pay their respects.
The University of Richmond’s International Education Week for New Zealand begins on Nov. 14 and will celebrate the food, environment, animals and culture of Aotearoa, the Māori-language name for New Zealand.
The University of Richmond student government organizations chose 13 representatives for the Board of Trustees after students demanded more representation and voice in the Board of Trustees’ decisions.
A month after a capture-and-release trap set by the United State Department of Agriculture was tampered with, the owl that has attacked over 20 community members has still not been caught.
The provost search committee will host an open forum for students to share their opinions on their priorities for the role at 5 p.m. on Oct. 25 via Zoom.
The 14th annual Connecting Womxn of Color Conference hosted by Westhampton College on Oct. 21, focused on the power of storytelling through different forms of art.
After a month of now regular owl attacks on University of Richmond community members, one ended up in a catch-and-release trap the evening of Sept. 22, but it was gone by the time proper authorities could relocate it.
Students in the University of Richmond theater program “New Faces” were excited to show off the progress they had made during the first couple of weeks of the semester. That was until members of the cast started testing positive for COVID-19 and the show was postponed indefinitely.
Around a week before students arrived on campus, owls attacked chemistry professor Leo Leopold while he walked behind Humanities Hall around 11 p.m.
The Richmond and Henrico health districts' guidelines for eligibility to receive a monkeypox vaccine have expanded to include anyone with multiple sexual partners in the past two weeks.
Students received the first communication from the administration regarding monkeypox 11 days before the first day of the fall semester, but some say there has not been much talk of the virus on campus.