Kristen Bailey of the equestrian team has qualified for the IHSA national championship May 1. She will compete in the novice over fences division.
The performers will have their backs to the fountain in a circular shape so that audience members will have to move around the circle during the concert.
Kristen Bailey, co-president of URET, will be competing in the novice over fences division. Barbie Savani will be competing in the open flat division.
The future admissions building is set to be named after Paul Queally, donor and board of trustees member. Queally recently made comments that were considered offensive, especially to the LGBTQ community.
Over 100 southern youth and queer activists came together at Richmond to strategize the future of the LGTBQ movement in an all-day event. Activities included breakout sessions, a keynote address and a dance party.
KMPG Chairman John B. Veihmeyer spoke to Richmond students at the Robins School of Business on how to go about choosing which firm to join after graduation.
After Paul Queally’s remarks at a private party were criticized recently, he decided to issue a formal apology through The Collegian.
“Young Money” by Kevin Roose quoted “sexist” and “homophobic” remarks Paul Queally, board of trustees member and Richmond donor, made at a private dinner.
Each year, students enjoy this opportunity to meet Holocaust survivors. This year’s new sponsor, SPIDERS Step Up!, will emphasize the “bystander effect.”
The University of Richmond School of Law discusses the toxic chemical pollution in Virginia waterways.