A panel of transgender members and cisgender allies at UR gathered Thursday in response to recent anti-transgender messaging.
Chet’la Sebree, '10, read several poems from her new book during her talk on Tuesday, the second installment of this year’s WILL*/WGSS speaker series.
Stickers and flyers on the UR campus promoting gender-critical feminism, criticized as trans-exclusionary, prompted responses.
The Center for Student Involvement recently switched its event programming platform from OrgSync to Presence.
During a student-requested panel on Tuesday, Nov. 14, three Asian-American professors discussed what it is like to be Asian during "Asia Week."
The Race & Racism at the University of Richmond has been given a new name and a new structure.
Michele Norris, journalist and host of the National Public Radio news program "All Things Considered," spoke on Tuesday about The Race Card Project.
A student-led Disability Awareness Panel opened up a discussion about the overall life and experiences of living with a disability.
UR students will receive an immersive experience on the culture of the world’s largest continent, Asia, through this year’s International Education Week.
This year, the University of Richmond changed its healthcare plan for international students from Aetna to United Healthcare.
Information added to Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin E. Fairfax's amended defamation lawsuit names UR professor Thaddeus Williamson.
DeMaurice Smith, executive director of the National Football League Players Association, spoke on Tuesday at the E. Claiborne Robins School of Business.
UR on Monday filed to dismiss a former sssociate dean’s amended hostile work environment complaint.
UR is considering going tobacco-free. This year, Virginia raised the minimum age to purchase tobacco and tobacco-related products.
Professors Tze Loo and Dan Chen spoke Wednesday at a teach-in aimed to help students understand the historical origins of the 2019 Hong Kong protests.
The distinct, collective hum of 22 Harley-Davidson motorcycles filled the Forum in celebrating the life of former president of UR, Chancellor E. Bruce Heilman.
Community members gathered to walk at Deep Run Park on Saturday morning to honor those lost to suicide and those currently struggling.