It is important to contextualize marketing initiatives within the reality of the racial demographics of UR, said senior Will Walker.
The Department of Education on May 6 issued new Title IX regulations on how schools address reports of sexual misconduct, said Kristine Henderson, Title IX coordinator.
UR's endowment, valued at more than $2.5 billion, was not significantly affected by the pandemic, David Hale said.
Tour guides are usually given updated statistics about many aspects of campus life around late October of each year, Gorman said.
In the School of Arts and Sciences webinar series, “Responding to Two Pandemics,” guests discussed the future state of liberal arts education.
Former Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer talked about his perspective on the reckoning of racial injustice as part of the UR's School of Art and Sciences’ webinar series.
Guy-Uriel Charles spoke about the relationship between the Constitution and the pursuit of racial justice in his lecture.
Zoom, a popular videoconferencing app, had outages across the US and UK, affecting University of Richmond class operations on the first day of the fall semester.
UR’s original plan for the fall semester restricted online teaching only to those who fall into the CDC's high-risk category, according to the letter.
All of the members of the Panhellenic Council announced their resignations in light of the stories shared by the Abolish Richmond Greek Life Instagram page.
“People can change; opinions can change,” a co-author said. “If you learn something new, it can influence you to think differently."
M. Glenn Pruden, the former director of residential dining died on July 16, according to an email on July 17 by University Chaplain Craig Kocher.
The Africana Studies Student Committee will collaborate with faculty and staff to support their proposal for the creation of a department of Africana studies.
Students started an email campaign on July 12 calling for CSI to expand access to meetings involving IFC and Panhel.
Alumni are calling for UR to denounce Merritt Corrigan, whose tweets targeting the LGBTQ community, women and refugees resurfaced.
An Instagram account calling for the abolition of fraternities and sororities at the University of Richmond surfaced Monday evening.