Senior Liz Minder has made it her goal to make sure every student knows about the performing arts and student productions.
Football player and sophomore Augustus “Gus” Lee has died.
SpiderBytes, a list of campus announcements and opportunities, returned as a daily email on Dec. 6.
All campus events, with the exception of final exams, have been canceled tomorrow, Dec. 9, because of inclement weather.
The committee has been holding student focus groups, meeting with architects and forming task forces to brainstorm what changes can be made.
The University of Richmond has an outbreak of adenovirus, a respiratory illness.
The center will include a cafe, a demonstration kitchen, sleep pods, massage chairs, a meditation room and a Himalayan salt spa.
Eight construction and renovation projects are currently underway on campus.
Mayor of Richmond Levar Stoney spoke about voter disenfranchisement in the Alice Jepson Theater and in an interview with The Collegian.
A new living-learning program will be offered next year as part of UR’s initiative to introduce modern approaches to well-being on campus.
Capt. Scott Kelly talked about his time on the International Space Station to a sold-out crowd at the Altria Theater.
The religious studies department will offer a new class on antisemitism next semester.
The motion was drafted in response to a student resolution calling for a comprehensive policy on freedom of expression.
Residence Life will be wait-listing returning female students for the spring semester who want to stay in on-campus housing.
James Vonesh, assistant director for the Center of Environmental Studies at VCU, spoke at UR's South Africa Week on Nov. 13.
The panel, “The North Korea Dilemma,” featured guests Todd Sechser and Col. Lawrence Wilkerson.
This is the first semester that CAPS employees are worried they might not have the chance to meet with everyone.