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.
Student belongings in Gray and LoRo will be packed by a moving company starting April 27 to prepare for potential summer housing.
CAPS staff members are unable to provide individual counseling sessions for UR students who do not live in Virginia because of state clinical psychology licensing laws.
In fall 2020, a vacant lodge on either Old Fraternity Row or New Fraternity Row may be open for use by any non-Greek student organizations.
The CIE initiative was started in 2017 to foster creativity, entrepreneurial ingenuity in addressing problems and challenges from multiple perspectives.
Two single-use bathrooms in the Robins School of Business became gender-neutral on Feb. 26 as part of a campus-wide push for inclusiveness.
“Not having a job anymore is really problematic,” Chau said. “It really did just throw a stick in my bike wheels, to be honest.”
During the annual Panty Raid, a UR tradition implemented in the 1950s, Westhampton women threw their panties to men from dorms.
An anonymous University of Richmond student -- who could have been either male or female -- started a posting thread on College ACB with a description of tasks that men pledging a campus fraternity were required to do before being initiated.
The university will host a transportation forum 10:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m Monday outside Boatwright Memorial Library showcasing new transportation options available to students beginning this semester. Representatives from ZipCar, Groome Transportation and To The Bottom and Back will be in attendance.
On October 5, Spider in the Kitchen, the university's food club on campus that focuses on an exchange of recipes, entertaining and cooking ideas among campus foodies, will host its second event this semester, with a "Soups and Stews" theme. Attendees can sample a menu of tomato bisque, Portuguese sausage and onion stew, Cajun-style gumbo, turkey chili, sandwiches, pumpkin cookies and chocolate bread pudding, put together by Glenn Pruden, the university's executive chef and Cynthia Stearns, assistant director of marketing and special programs, who have worked together for 33 years. Stearns and other dining hall employees, who provide a wealth of resources, founded Spider in the Kitchen in February 2008.
A new website that allows students to rant confidentially and receive feedback about college-related problems will soon connect Richmond students with peers who have been in their shoes. Senior Katie Wilcox is trying to bring StudentSPILL.com (Supporting Peers in Laid-back Listening) to Richmond.