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University of Richmond students protested the administrative decision-making and communication pertaining to the track and field and soccer cuts made last fall.
URPD’s Chief of Police sets the record straight on why officers on his staff originally told students protestors to leave the third floor of the Commons.
Bobby Ukrop will present the UR Board of Trustees with an argument in favor of reinstating the men’s soccer and track teams at Friday’s board meeting.
Senior Jon Henry disparages the administration’s focus on protest instead of more important issues, and urges Richmond students to help the Forum live up to its namesake.
UR’s Pro-life group showed graphic images of unborn fetuses in The Forum. Pro-choice students protested the display. The groups did not engage in dialogue.
A protest staged by GreenUR last October to reduce coal burning on campus might have been made without knowledge that coal usage was reduced greatly already.
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.
Thad Williamson, professor of leadership studies, spoke last Sunday at Occupy Richmond in Kanawha Park. He called the demonstration a significant social movement.