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Born and raised in Virginia, University of Richmond alum, Jennifer McClellan, ’94, served in the General Assembly for over 17 years and was instrumental in the passage of landmark legislation including the Voting Rights Act of Virginia and the Virginia Clean Economy Act. McClellan served in the Virginia House of Delegates from 2006-2017 and the Senate from 2017 until the most recent session. She made history on Feb. 21 when she was elected as Virginia’s first Black congresswoman in a special election to succeed Rep. Donald McEachin, who died in November. Just a few weeks after she was sworn into office, McClellan discussed her background, political career and new role in the House of Representatives.
Both University of Richmond student government finance representatives resigned from their positions following the recent changes to the student organization funding guidelines.
State Sen. Jennifer McClellan, D-Richmond, made history on Tuesday as the first Black woman elected to congress in Virginia when she claimed victory in the 4th congressional district special election.
A Senate subcommittee on Tuesday voted 3-1 along party lines to advance a bill to make access to abortion and other reproductive rights a constitutional right in Virginia.
A judge dismissed a charge of underage possession of alcohol during a hearing on Nov. 15 against former student Alexander Unruh in connection with a Sept. 3 reportedly racist altercation including Unruh and a delivery driver.
After testing positive for COVID-19, Sophomore Ryan Thompson already knew what to expect when he received the phone call from the Office of Residence Life and Housing telling him that it was time to move into an on-campus isolation unit.
As dusk approached earlier this semester, members of the University of Richmond community gathered at the UR Police Department before going on a walk around campus.
University of Richmond alumnus and adviser to former President Donald Trump, Kash Patel, ‘02, testified on Nov. 3 before a special grand jury investigating Trump’s potential mishandling of classified documents.
Senior Donte Thompson had never presented his research outside of the classroom — or been to Puerto Rico — until he went to this year’s Southeastern Regional American Chemical Society’s conference in San Juan.
The University of Richmond’s acceptance rate for the class of 2026 plummeted to a record-low of just over 24%.
The feeling of weightlessness underwater, the freedom of movement and the unmatched moments while coming face-to-face with marine life are aspects of scuba diving that keep sophomore Emily Lekas jumping back into the deep end.
University of Richmond Information Services conducted a software upgrade on Sept. 23 to address the ongoing Wi-Fi issues on campus.
The University of Richmond's Department of Theater and Dance's first mainstage production of the year, "Smart People," was canceled on Sept. 30 because of cast and crew members testing positive for COVID-19.
Jenna Ellis, a University of Richmond law school graduate and legal adviser to former President Donald Trump, testified before a grand jury investigating the Trump administration’s efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results in Georgia.
Several buildings across the University of Richmond’s campus lost power at around 8:30 p.m. on Sept. 22 after one of Dominion Energy’s circuits malfunctioned.
While former University of Richmond Rector Paul Queally stepped down from his position earlier this year, he continues to shape UR-related conversations — this time through the UR alumni Facebook group.
Editor’s Note: This is a developing story. The content of this article might be upsetting to some readers. Resources for UR students include CAPS, at CAPS@richmond.edu or 804.289.8119 and UR’s Bias Incident Response.
Editor's note: A previous version of this article stated that Kash Patel's book, "The Plot Against the King," dealt with the 2020 election. The book mocks Hillary Clinton and the 2016 presidential election.
After almost a year of limiting service hours to Wednesday nights, The Cellar will reopen seven days a week starting Aug. 26.
University of Richmond’s Parking Services added a new wheel lock policy to the campus parking regulations this year.