Students gathered in the Forum on April 4 for the first in-person Take Back the Night in two years, the silence of the night broken as survivors shared their accounts of sexual assault.
WCGA had its class chair elections on April 1, the same day junior Hoor Ain organized a town hall meeting after her disqualification from the WCGA presidential election.
Designated hitter junior Will Gersky hit a grand slam that lead the University of Richmond to a nine-run first inning and a 9-2 victory over Longwood University on April 5.
“In terms of how [the package] looks, it’s not really appealing … but when I tasted it, it was actually good,” Sophomore Aamy Bakry said of the bean trail mix.
Campus community members gathered at 5 p.m. on March 31 for "Loss and Resilience: A Community Gathering to Mark the Second Anniversary of COVID-19."
WCGA senators, students and survivors of assault launched a petition on April 3 calling for a presidential re-election, transparency and accountability. At the time of publication, the petition had over 200 signatures.
The Africana studies program will offer two courses for the fall semester, which are part of a program students and faculty fought to implement at UR.
Students shared their accounts of assault, censorship, and exclusion at a town hall meeting on the Westhampton Green on April 1.
Junior Hoor Ain was disqualified from the WCGA presidential election a day after deleting a post stating there were sexual predators in RCSGA.
The University of Richmond's new social justice publication Counterculture Magazine launched its first edition Friday.
The University of Richmond announced today that the Board of Trustees has voted to change the names of six campus buildings honoring enslavers and eugenicists.