Students in the Explorations in American Mathematics course created a website devoted to exploring the history of American math education.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs hosted a Black Excellence Gala to celebrate the numerous achievements of students and faculty members.
Wood joined a panel of students to answer questions about fostering difficult dialogues and free speech on Monday.
UR no longer recognizes Sigma Chi’s Epsilon Rho chapter as an on-campus organization, according to a memorandum obtained by The Collegian.
URPD arrested first-year Anthony Madrigal on Feb. 13 on two felony charges of abduction and forcible sodomy.
Britnie Hopkins, sexual misconduct education and prevention coordinator, left UR this semester, leaving her position vacant.
The Common Application will no longer ask potential college students for their criminal history, but UR will continue to.
The two departments work together to thwart attackers and develop new programs to educate and protect UR from cyber attacks.
A tumultuous period for Virginia’s state government could ultimately result in a big promotion for a UR alumna.
UR students and faculty members are attempting to change the conversation during National Eating Disorders Awareness Week.
After returning from a fall semester abroad, several UR students dealt with housing difficulties for the spring.
UR is establishing a scholar rescue program to host professors from countries where they face harassment and even persecution.
The Faculty Senate unanimously moved to delay its part of the review of Patrice Rankine, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences.
Sophie Blackall, two-time recipient of the Caldecott Medal, gave a book talk on Wednesday evening at UR.
Residents of Gray Court have had to deal with constant fire alarm evacuations due to an issue with shower steam.
Activist Bree Newsome gave a lecture as part of a speaker series sponsored by the chaplaincy on Tuesday night in the Alice Haynes Room.
UR has moved to dismiss the gender discrimination lawsuit brought by former associate dean Della Dumbaugh.
UR students have struggled with the various effects of mold found in their residence halls and apartments in recent years.
As of Jan. 1, the UR began offering trans-inclusive healthcare coverage to employees under the university’s medical plan.