Amy Treonis has been working with Renew Richmond, a nonprofit that runs community gardens in Richmond. She will co-lead a new SSIR called “Eating Locally, Think Globally.”
Richmond held its annual electronic waste-recycling event to lower the number of electronics that end up as waste as part of RecycleMania.
President Ayers sat down with Clay Helms, The Collegian editor-in-chief, to discuss the past, present and future of the university in light of his resignation announcement.
Print Edition PDF: 3/6/14
Richmond was a setting for the movie Troop 491, which tells the story of an underprivileged middle school boy.
ClearPass, the software that UR students were required to download has bolstered security but slowed computers.
Richmond students will take a trip to try curling with The Curling Club of Virginia.
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.
Richmond students receive their acceptance letters and discover where they will be studying abroad for the 2014- 2015 school year.
One faculty member and one student will be recognized by Common Ground for being an ally to the LGBTQ community. Nominations are currently being accepted.
Westhampton women will have the opportunity this spring to participate in a body acceptance class.
Most University of Richmond students have heard news of the recent cholera outbreak in Haiti, but the gravity of the situation was made clearer on Wednesday afternoon.
Prescription drugs, narcotics, sexual crimes, and prevention are examined in statistical detail.
The analysis harnesses data from “Police Reports” published in The Collegian, spanning Aug. 28, 2008, to March 25, 2010.»Read more Rice Reports
Alpha Kappa Alpha hosted the school’s first “Race at Richmond” panel. As a close to Black History Month, students addressed the issue of racism on campus.
I won’t check myself into CAPS just yet, but I won’t be surprised if I need to come January. I, along with many other juniors studying abroad, should be prepared to go slightly insane upon returning to Richmond.»Read more Dispatches from Abroad blog entries