UR students nationwide are joining local protests against racism and police brutality.
Although Intersections is about planning the timeline for the year, McIntosh said he saw the need for an additional meeting.
On June 1, the Office of Common Ground hosted a white anti-racism discussion group, which was open to the entire UR community.
UR students launched an online exhibit that explores Richmond’s history with tobacco from the 17th century to the present.
After the May 14 COVID-19 case was discovered, the project did not shut down.
Juniors Rider Tuff and Eric Gonzalez have created a website that helps UR students find internship opportunities.
President Crutcher released the University of Richmond’s Recommended Statement on Free Expression in an email on May 7, 2020.
Junko Takahashi and Sabrina Munro start CSSC with the goal of creating student-learning service projects to aid pandemic relief efforts.
“He sincerely had the kindest soul and would do anything for anyone,” Heck wrote.
The University of Richmond will make standardized tests optional for fall 2021 first-year applications.
UR President Ronald Crutcher and Vice Presidents David Hale and Jeffrey Legro will take a 10% salary reduction for the 2021 fiscal year.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread throughout the U.S., summer opportunities are being canceled or altered.
UR introduces a data science and statistics concentration to computer science and mathematics majors for fall of 2020.
For 343 University of Richmond students from the New York area, the COVID-19 pandemic brings dire consequences and comparisons to 9/11.