When it became clear Tuesday night that Donald Trump would win the presidency, fear, anger and despair struck many minorities at University of Richmond.
Tim Kaine spoke to a rally of more than 1,000 supporters at the Richmond International Airport Monday night.
Provost Jacquelyn Fetrow's last day at Richmond will be May 31, 2017.
Changes include the creation of a Center for Sexual Assault Prevention and Response and the separation of Title IX processes from the coordinate college system.
Seven students involved in Spiders Against Sexual Assault handed President Ronald Crutcher their proposals for how the university should handle sexual assault Friday afternoon.
Spiders Against Sexual Assault (SASA) covered heavily trafficked parts of campus with posters and chalk messages about assault survivors and the administration on Saturday.
Students, including sexual assault survivors, discussed solutions to cultural and administrative complaints at a public forum hosted by the Richmond College Student Government Association and the Roosevelt Institute Wednesday night.
University of Richmond's chapter of Kappa Alpha Order has been suspended by its national headquarters and the university suspended all chapter activities pending a thorough investigation.
The campus community will discuss sexual assault on campus in an event titled "It Ends Now: A Culture of Shared Responsibility." Stay tuned for live updates of the event.
After the Tennessee group left at 10:45 a.m., a man carrying a Confederate flag walked to the front of the crowd. Police soon created a barrier to protect him.
Richmond police officers stand in front of pro-Confederate demonstrators in September 2017.
A counter protester shouts back and forth with members of the Confederate group.
Virginia State Police adorn riot gear and cordon off streets in preparation for the rally.
A pro-Confederate demonstrator sarcastically blows a kiss to counter protesters. The sign around his neck reads, "Support Trump."
A Richmond police officer stands guard in front of the Robert E. Lee statue on Saturday during a pro-Confederate rally on Monument Ave.
Members of a Tennessee-based Confederate group stand behind a police blockade in front of the Robert E. Lee statue.