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.
Students from UR Games gathered in the Lower Forum April 14 to participate in a Live Action Role Play. Live Action Role Play from Jordan Trippeer on Vimeo. Contact videographer Jordan Trippeer at firstname.lastname@example.org, videographer Brittany Taylor at email@example.com and videographer Jon Ojanguren at firstname.lastname@example.org
After meeting with members of the University of Richmond administration Thursday afternoon, the Campus Activities Board has confirmed that Afroman will still perform at Pig Roast on March 27. CAB members decided they would not cancel the Afroman appearance despite recent concerns from University of Richmond community members that the rapper was inappropriate. "We think the benefits outweigh the potential negative outcomes," said Josh Huffines, who was president of CAB when it booked Afroman.
Ever set your clean clothes in a glob of glue-like detergent that's been lying in wait on top of the washing machine? Ever cruised into the laundry room one minute after a cycle finished and stood in the doorway while awkwardly debating with yourself whether to claim your clothes as someone else impatiently removes them for you, or come back later once they've left? Ever been a little sketched out about the self-propagating piles of clothes that live in laundry room corners? Here are some tips for cleaning the hostile laundry-room air while we clean our clothes. No.
The Solidarity Action for Haiti Committee will sponsor an Open Mic Session for students, staff and faculty who have family and friends in Haiti or close ties to the country. The Open Mic will take place in the Alice Haynes Room from 11 a.m.
The Sociology 306 class orchestrated the University of Richmond's first flash mob late last night at the Heilman Dining Center. The purpose of the flash mob ? a group who assembles suddenly in a public place to perform an action ? was to encourage inclusivity on campus.
As an alumnus of the University of Richmond, I heartily agree with Michael Rogers article about a "livable campus environment." Students should be allowed a greater variety of living spaces.