Many students at the University of Richmond and colleges across the country have been feeling scared, sad and under-supported since the start of the Israel-Hamas war almost three weeks ago.
"What's been going through my mind lately is just the gun violence and mass shootings, and I'm tired of people saying it's a mental health problem," said the college student, who introduced herself as “K.”
Casey Butler, the new associate director of LGBTQ+ Campus Life in the Student Center for Equity and Inclusion at the University of Richmond, has spent the first few months in their position working hard to make sure students are seen and heard.
The city of Richmond celebrates Native American Heritage Month with a variety of events around the city.
Mercury Stardust, known on TikTok as the "Trans Handy Ma'am," visited the University of Richmond on Oct. 18 as a part of the LGTBTQ+ History Month programming.