Student belongings in Gray and LoRo will be packed by a moving company starting April 27 to prepare for potential summer housing.
A UR chemistry professor spearheaded a donation of more than 7,000 latex gloves to healthcare workers in Virginia hospitals.
87.1% of CEOs surveyed expected sales to decrease compared with 6.9% who expected an increase and 5.9% who expected no change.
CAPS staff members are unable to provide individual counseling sessions for UR students who do not live in Virginia because of state clinical psychology licensing laws.
UR employees removed all items inside refrigerators and freezers as well as visible perishables in unoccupied on-campus residencies April 5-10.
In fall 2020, a vacant lodge on either Old Fraternity Row or New Fraternity Row may be open for use by any non-Greek student organizations.
RCSGA and WCGA digitally proceeded with their student government elections despite the University of Richmond’s decision to shift to remote instruction.
The Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Coordinating Committee released its final report in January 2020.
The CIE initiative was started in 2017 to foster creativity, entrepreneurial ingenuity in addressing problems and challenges from multiple perspectives.
Two single-use bathrooms in the Robins School of Business became gender-neutral on Feb. 26 as part of a campus-wide push for inclusiveness.
The Center for Student Involvement and SOBAC are responding to suspended campus events as UR adapts to remote learning.
UR students are involved in Cru, an international, interdenominational evangelical Christian group, not a recognized at UR.
The Office of Student Development updated the formal student complaint policy and submission form to centralize reporting.
Dining Services wants to help make the dining hall more inclusive, said Terry Baker, executive director of dining services.
“Not having a job anymore is really problematic,” Chau said. “It really did just throw a stick in my bike wheels, to be honest.”