Robins School of Business Dean Nancy Bagranoff has been nominated by Virginia Lawyers Media as one of this year’s most “Influential Women of Virginia.”
Victims of sexual assault, including many who had not planned on telling their story, spoke to a crowd at the forum to raise awareness and increase support.
Victims of sexual assault, as well as other students and faculty, will gather to tell their stories at Take Back the Night on Tuesday, April 9 in the Forum.
Lucas Virnig and Patrick Love spoke last night at the presidential debate about their platforms and goals for the student body. Voting is open for Richmond College today from 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Sports Backers presented Richmond with the “Active RVA” certification on Feb. 12, which recognizes the Weinstein Center for its varied, free programs offered.
E. Bruce Heilman, Richmond’s Chancellor, spoke to students and others on Monday along with alumnus John Wu, who Heilman admitted to UR from a Chinese prison.
The actual Relay for Life relay won’t take place until March 29, but Richmond will have its kickoff for the event on Feb. 20 to get students excited and signed up.
The Vagina Monologues are being performed this week. The monologues serve as a means of empowering women and raising awareness about violence against women.
The Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness is updating its outdoor adventure program by adding more weekend trips and local activities for students.
On Jan. 23. the Jepson Leadership Forum featured Ken Tofteland, who spoke about Shakespeare Behind Bars, his rehabilitative acting program that works with inmates.