A student-run executive council and faculty advisory team was established to oversee a pilot multicultural space this fall.
The Office of Sustainability's banquet recognized UR students, faculty and staff who have made outstanding contributions to sustainability.
The Arab Club hosted its first “Stories of Hope and Resilience” discussion with local Syrian refugees last night in the Whitehurst living room.
Flooding from a broken water line connected to a bathroom sink affected multiple rooms on the first and second floors of Marsh Hall.
Miguel “Mickey” A. Quiñones will replace Nancy Bagranoff as dean of the E. Claiborne Robins School of Business beginning July 1.
Andrew Miles Byrd presented on the role of Proto-Indo-European languages in modern media and entertainment.
Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney answered questions about honor and equity in the Queally Auditorium on Monday.
Civil rights scholar Fred Lawrence spoke at the fourth and final free expression forum.
Take Back the Night, an annual event organized by the Sexual Misconduct Education and Prevention Office, took place on April 7.
Singers Sean Kingston and Bryce Vine performed at the Robins Center Friday night at UR’s annual spring concert.
Members from UR and the city of Richmond gathered on Wednesday night to listen to a conversation on wrongful convictions.
WCGA and RCSGA passed a joint resolution Wednesday, April 3, insisting that the university change the names of Ryland and Freeman halls.
The Virginia Student Environmental Coalition, a group unaffiliated with UR, protested a C-suite Conversation with Dominion Energy CEO Tom Farrell.
On March 26, the WILL* program hosted renowned art activist Favianna Rodriguez, who spoke about changing our culture through art.
The Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity will be officially joining the Interfraternity Council on campus this upcoming fall.
The fourth annual Best Buddies Games brought together students and people with disabilities in a fundraising event on March 30.
Camp Kesem UR's annual fundraising event Make the Magic raised $16,285 to help provide summer camp for children coping with a parent's cancer.
WCGA presidential candidates Claire Tate and Lindsey Paul stressed how inclusivity was central to building a better campus during a presidential debate.