President Ronald Crutcher and his wife Betty Neal Crutcher create mentoring groups for students to foster conversation, support, and diversity until their graduation.
Students abroad have seen firsthand the effects of the Syrian refugee crisis in Europe and the Middle East.
Things got messy in the forum, as Camp Kesem leaders held a fundraiser where participants could pie counselors in the face.
Sandridge, a former bus-driver and a Richmond alumnus, is now an influential member of the Board of Trustees.
A new Legislative Affairs Committee will work to advocate for the student body in different levels of government and will work to encourage greater student participation.
After witnessing her affinity of baking transform into a revenue-generating business over the summer, Carly Kilgore will introduce a cookie-delivery company to the University of Richmond next week.
Richmond has a 94 percent retention rate for first-year students, a number that far exceeds the national average.
A local Richmond man will compete Sept. 27 in the Men's Elite Road Circuit of the UCI Road World Championship.
Richmond students have developed an event-based photo sharing app called "Remi" to help college students remember their nights.
Tales From Abroad is a series where The Collegian publishes a blog post from a UR student currently abroad, with permission from the office of international education. This week we feature Colleen, who is studying abroad in Singapore. First trip of the semester was a success!
Joe Hoyle recently won an inaugural teaching award, and has been shaping the lives--and souls-- of Richmond students for many years.
This Friday, Richmond will host the first annual Color Wars, an all-inclusive event to welcome students back to campus and kick off the semester.
This Thursday from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. the senior class will be welcomed back to campus with a Toga Social at Jenkins Greek Theatre.