Humor is a known source of coping with pain or overcoming adversity, but the reality is the Trump jokes are getting old.
The outpouring of love, admiration and respect for Dad is simply overwhelming to my siblings and me.
The plan to rename the project and replace its core leadership would completely disrupt its power and legacy.
"Pan-Asian" is a word that, for students of history, brings to mind images of aggression, pain and imperialism.
We call for a meaningful engagement with Asia that not only advances UR’s current work on internationalization, inclusion and thriving but also views these goals as imbricated.
I believe that general education requirements limit students' ability to explore their interests and broaden their skills in the traditional liberal arts fashion.
On Oct. 11, The Collegian published an opinion piece that attacked UR’s push to promote free expression. The piece is misleading and inaccurate.
Championing “viewpoint diversity,” which really means including more conservatives (who are overwhelmingly white, heterosexual, cisgender and wealthy), actually works against UR’s commitment to diversity and inclusivity.
Our consent system for organ donation is flawed and needlessly limits the number of donations available.
Please don’t let your politics interfere with how you choose to show support for a grieving community. It could one day be your own.
We discovered how willing University of Richmond men are to engage in conversations about masculinities and their positive expressions.
The pressure to “have it all figured out” post-graduation can be detrimental to a graduate’s mindset.
The very term “politically correct” provokes ire and disenchantment across a broad section of the United States public.