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.
Signs displaying social distancing guidelines border the entrances to UR’s campus, but community members are still visiting campus.
The statement was finalized and shared with members of the UR administration and the faculty senate president on Aug. 10.
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."
Three Instagram accounts run by UR students have been sharing the stories of racism and segregation at UR.
Alumni are calling for UR to denounce Merritt Corrigan, whose tweets targeting the LGBTQ community, women and refugees resurfaced.
"I just kept thinking, imagine if that was me or anyone I knew sitting in jail for 27 years," Huamani said.
An Instagram account calling for the abolition of fraternities and sororities at the University of Richmond surfaced Monday evening.
The CCE developed a remote summer cohort for scholars who were unable to find internships due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
On June 1, the Office of Common Ground hosted a white anti-racism discussion group, which was open to the entire UR community.
Juniors Rider Tuff and Eric Gonzalez have created a website that helps UR students find internship opportunities.
President Crutcher released the University of Richmond’s Recommended Statement on Free Expression in an email on May 7, 2020.
Junko Takahashi and Sabrina Munro start CSSC with the goal of creating student-learning service projects to aid pandemic relief efforts.
“He sincerely had the kindest soul and would do anything for anyone,” Heck wrote.