The Facebook group seeking reinstatement for Joanita Senoga currently has 1,142 members. Library staff quit after her firing in protest.
RCSGA presidential candidates Evan Harris and Colin Billings debated issues such as parking violations in preparation for Tuesday’s election.
The Roosevelt Institute began its spring film festival with a screening of “Question One,” a documentary detailing the legislative battle for same-sex marriage in Maine.
“The Vagina Monologues,” a benefit production, held its annual performance in Tyler Haynes Commons the evenings of February 13 and February 14.
Deans of Westhampton and Richmond colleges announced changes to the university’s sexual misconduct policy. Sexual exploitation and hazing were added to the original definition.
A string of campus burglaries was solved at the end of last semester, but all of the stuff that had been stolen was not able to be replaced.
Performances at the Camp Concert Hall honored the legacy of civil rights activist, Martin Luther King, Jr. in the University of Richmond’s annual commemoration.
Students discuss their thoughts Martin Luther King, Jr. day and plans for tomorrow. The university will host its annual commemoration at 2 p.m. in the Camp Concert Hall.
Students froze in the forum during National Human Trafficking Awareness Day to raise awareness about human trafficking, an industry that profits more than $32 billion.
A military appreciation day program honored the service of military families at the women’s basketball game against the University of Virginia on Sunday.