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On Oct. 8, 2020, Executive Vice President and Provost Jeffery Legro and Vice President of Student Development Steve Bisese announced via email to the University of Richmond community that spring break would not be occurring in the spring 2021 semester. Now, as final exams have recently ended, students are feeling the mental and emotional effects of not having a mid-semester break from school.
Counseling and Psychological Services launched its Peer Support Warmline, a non-urgent text option for UR students to discuss mental health concerns with a peer, on Jan. 28, according to the CAPS website.
University of Richmond faculty, staff and members of the administration discussed the Recommended Statement on Free Expression over Zoom at 3 p.m. on Nov. 12. This was a panel discussion that was meant to address faculty and staff concerns about the statement, providing the administration with feedback before finalizing the statement.
For some University of Richmond students, studying abroad is a transformative experience during their college career. However, the financial aspects can sometimes discourage students from taking this opportunity, since cultural immersion and travel often yield payment. A reader asked The Collegian to answer the question: “Why is study abroad full tuition, even though the tuition of some institutions abroad differs from UR's?”
In an effort to hold in-person classes safely this fall, the University of Richmond introduced interim COVID-19 policies and physical distancing rules. Many of those rules are to be followed—or broken—within residence halls and apartments on campus, areas typically under the purview of resident assistants.
Editor's Note: This piece was updated to include information about a future flu shot pop-up clinic at the end of October.
Representatives from Westhampton College Government Association and Richmond College Student Government Association created a GoFundMe to raise money to help fight for racial equality on June 2, raising almost $20,000 as of June 20.
University of Richmond students nationwide are joining protests against racism and police brutality, which were issues brought to light by the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery.
Editor's Note: Susanna Getis intended to study abroad in Edinburgh, Scotland during the fall 2020 semester.
University of Richmond students who plan to study abroad during the fall of 2020 semester are facing the possibility, and in some cases the reality, of program cancellations because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students are used to being judged on performance. They are constantly reaching for their professors’ admiration. RateMyProfessors.com turns the tables. Instead of professors rating students, students are rating professors.
Most college students seem to have two things in common: a constant state of stress and an empty bank account.
The Richmond International Film Festival (RIFF) is taking place at The Byrd Theatre from April 23-28, screening over 150 international films and attracting audiences seeking to experience the world through film.
The Westhampton College Government Association (WCGA) recently created a Mental Health Caucus as a direct response to the growing demand for mental health services at the University of Richmond.
Passport Café is phasing out plastic straws and offering strawless lids for cold drinks in an effort to make dining more sustainable on campus.
A small group of students joined a public forum to discuss issues surrounding the discussion of contentious issues, especially issues on the University of Richmond campus.