The March report reflects progress made during the summit and seeks to continue the discussion of social justice issues on campus.
The reopening made Richmond one of the last school divisions in Virginia to return to in-person learning during the COVID-19 pandemic
The work of the commission will ensure a new start regarding considerations on renaming decisions, according to the Board.
The motion passed with 306 persons voting “yes,” 32 voting “no,” and 14 abstaining, according to a statement released by the Faculty Senate.
The Black Student Coalition held its second teach-in on April 2 to announce an addendum to the Protect Our Web compact.
Faculty submitted the motion for no confidence after a full faculty body meeting at 3 p.m. today.
"I have not seen alums so actively enraged in a long time," Godfrey Plata said. "I really credit the students, faculty and staff..."
"We as community members are all part of changing the culture that allows for violence to happen," Tingle said.
Students, faculty and staff marched at noon on April 7 in support of the University of Richmond Black Student Coalition.
“The cultural meaning of building names and monuments are really only to honor,” Nicole Sackley said. “Nobody puts up a statue to explain complicated history.”
The flyers were posted on the same day red paint and the word “murderer” were discovered in front of the Robins statue on March 30.
University of Richmond community members can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities as the spring weather arrives on campus.
The University of Richmond's 2021 Giving Day was paused for an unspecified reason the night before the even was set to begin.
New American History seeks to “uncover the untold stories and missing pieces of what we know or thought we already knew about the American past,” according to the NAH website.
The Board of Trustees' statement follows the unanimous vote to censure Rector Paul Queally by the University Faculty Senate.