The Collegian
Thursday, February 22, 2024


The courtyard of the Carole Weinstein International Center, where Passport Café is located.

Passport Café approaches reopening

Passport Café's temporary closure has impacted the University of Richmond community, causing students to search for alternative dining options and shifting the dynamic of the Carole Weinstein International Center.  

Owl resting on a tree branch. Photo courtesy of Jane Hill.

Guess whoooo isn’t back?

“It is extremely rare that any owls interact with humans, which is made clear by all the attention that the UR owl incident has gained,” Neel said.


UR plans to change inaccessibility of Narcan

University of Richmond Police Chief Dave McCoy is on a mission: Along with the lifesaving tools like automated external defibrillators that save people from heart attacks and fire extinguishers that put out flames, he wants to have a lifesaving drug that reverses opioid overdose, called naloxone, accessible to every student.