Campus community members gathered at 5 p.m. on March 31 for "Loss and Resilience: A Community Gathering to Mark the Second Anniversary of COVID-19."
The University of Richmond's new social justice publication Counterculture Magazine launched its first edition Friday.
Students in Healthcare and Medical Humanities started working on “Spiders Have Sex,” a five-episode podcast series, in February. The first episode came out on Spotify on March 25.
“Alterations” will remain on campus through April 22. Visitors can see artist Nancy Judd’s works of art using items such as orange peels, parking tickets and salmon teeth, all while learning about the environment.
Jewish students at the University of Richmond are still living with the horrors of antisemitic and white nationalist vandalism on their own campus.
Contributor Sana Mouayd Azem talks about the impact of Augustus Lee's death with his family and friends and discusses the fund they started to mentor low-income students.
The University of Richmond is offering Mental Health First Aid courses to students, faculty and staff who are seeking certification.