More than two months after the removal of the building names tied to enslavers and eugenicists, a street still carries the name of enslaver and UR founder Robert Ryland.
Despite the CDC's report of a recent rise of COVID-19 cases in surrounding communities, UR stopped updating the COVID-19 Dashboard for the summer.
“I haven’t told my parents about what happened,” Ifti Alam said. “I don’t think I will just because it’s a matter of safety, and they don’t want to hear that a mosque their son goes to got vandalized.”
Students in the Museums Studies seminar created an art exhibit titled "Cabinet of Curiosity Reimagined" that will be on display in the Modlin Center for the Arts until the end of the semester.
Virginia public school teachers are now required to inform parents about any sexually explicit content in instructional material under a law signed by Gov. Glenn Youngkin on April 6.
At “A Taste of the World: A Night of Cultural Exchange,” which took place from 6-8 p.m. on April 16, several cultural student organizations came together to share food and beverages with the UR community.
Economists Cecilia E. Rouse and Michael Strain examined the effects COVID-19 has had on the economics of education as part of the Sharp Viewpoint Series on April 19.
Despite ongoing interruptions to travel, 338 University of Richmond students have applied to go overseas next semester.
The Student Center for Equity and Inclusion invited Nina Davuluri, the first Indian-American and South Asian to win Miss America in 2014, to lead a keynote discussion about beauty standards on April 13.