The Commonwealth of Virginia dropped three felony charges on Jan. 7 that were brought against UR sophomore Kyle Kressler on Oct. 25, according to district court records.
UR students began an email campaign expressing concerns about the new COVID-19 guidelines and demanding resources to prevent the spread of the virus.
UR and Kappa Sigma Fraternity Headquarters suspended operations of the Beta Beta chapter after a video depicting members chanting racist remarks became public.
UR is investigating a video from the 2019-2020 academic year depicting members of the Kappa Sigma fraternity chanting racist remarks.
The Faculty Senate voted in favor of a resolution demanding more student, faculty and staff representatives be added to the Naming Principles Commission.
UR plans to renovate an unoccupied lodge on Old Fraternity Row, which student organizations will be able to use after spring break.
A month after the UR updated its campus mask policy, some students say the changes have brought inconsistencies and confusion.
Andrew Gurka is serving as the interim director of the CSI following the retirement of Alison Keller, according to an email sent to the campus community on Oct. 25.
Trustee Wendell Taylor presented a motion to the Board to change the names last spring, but no one seconded his motion and it could not be voted on.
The team's qualification for nationals is a huge moment for women’s sports on campus, team president Helen Strigel said.
The faculty representative for the Naming Principles Commission called for the resignation of trustee John Roush at the Nov. 29 University Faculty Meeting.
The University Faculty Senate is considering the possibility of censure after members gather more information, according to a Nov. 19 statement written by the Faculty Senate.
“The sentiments represented by the graffiti are deplorable, and we condemn these beliefs and actions in the strongest possible terms,” Kevin Hallock wrote.
Nicolás Valenzuela, one of the original leaders of Chile’s student-led uprisings that called for democratic reforms, is among the experts who will be visit UR.
The hearing was continued from Nov. 16, 2021 to Feb. 1, 2022, according to documents obtained by The Collegian from the district court.
“You take your life in your hands when you’re trusting other people to follow the law,” Officer Renee Walcott said.
“This march is about survivors,” first-year and march organizer Christian Herald said. “We need to honor them and respect them in everything we do.”