Political activist Angela Davis called for demilitarizing the police and weaving the Black and Palestinian solidarity movements in academia at a lecture on Nov. 14.
University of Richmond students from various countries gathered in Tyler Haynes Commons on Nov. 12 with booths representative of their cultural food, dress and dances.
The University of Richmond’s International Education Week for New Zealand begins on Nov. 14 and will celebrate the food, environment, animals and culture of Aotearoa, the Māori-language name for New Zealand.
The city of Richmond celebrates Native American Heritage Month with a variety of events around the city.
UR Way was blocked off to traffic on Nov. 4 to make room for StreetFest, a miniature block party that included an assortment of food trucks, games and even a DJ stand.
Mercury Stardust, known on TikTok as the "Trans Handy Ma'am," visited the University of Richmond on Oct. 18 as a part of the LGTBTQ+ History Month programming.
Biology faculty will table their research opportunities to discuss with potential research assistants at the “Boo!-ology” research fair in the atrium of the Gottwald Center for the Sciences at 4 p.m. on Oct. 23.
Comedian Sal Vulcano is on his solo tour and will be visiting the city of Richmond on October 28. at the Carpenter Theater in downtown Richmond.
The University of Richmond Rethink Waste Office is hosting its first Halloween Costume Swap on Friday, Oct. 21. The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Tyler Haynes Commons Hanging Lounge.
Dining Services finished the second phase of renovations this summer, and students are enjoying new food offerings.
Despite ongoing interruptions to travel, 338 University of Richmond students have applied to go overseas next semester.