A response to an opinion piece about why Brett Kavanaugh should be confirmed to the Supreme Court. He shouldn't have been.
The ranking was excluded from UR’s prideful celebration of Princeton Review rankings.
Fraternities and the university should commit to keeping lodges inclusive and safe by removing the serving of alcohol in the lodges.
The Collegian Editorial Board tells the story of our beloved journalism department. Sign the petition for another full-time professor here.
If the media and cyberspace are anything to go by, everybody seems to be a Nazi these days.
The ERA would simultaneously harm groups at risk of discrimination while doing an insufficient job of protecting women from discrimination.
On Aug. 26, the VAratifyERA campaign launches the effort to ensure Virginia is the 38th state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment.
Turmoil, protest and a sea of partisan divide. That is the image most of the country gets of political discourse on college campuses nowadays.
The celebrity's tweets are a call to action for a broken and tired nation to pull back together.
Virginity must be looked at as an indicator of where a person is in his or her sexual history in the context of his or her personal morals.
Exclusivity in racial discourse will only inhibit efforts toward social justice.
Marketing professor Bill Bergman on the anxiety about grades that becomes exacerbated near the end of the semester.
The university's housing process is both overly rigid and inconvenient, leaving some students disappointed with their upcoming housing situations.
A Republican commentator made thought-provoking remarks during UR's Sharp Viewpoint series that surprised many in the largely progressive audience.
The university cares more about collecting money and less about the well-being of its minority of students on need-based aid.