Race & Racism at the University of Richmond

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The Dean of Law School, William T. Muse, discusses the decision made on integration for non-complying Law schools by the Association of American Law Schools. The recommendation by a Special Committee on Racial Discrimination failed to be adopted. If…

This section of religious life on campus in the 1968 report of Richmond College discusses the newly appointed Director of Religious Activities, Dr. William C. Smith, Jr. A few weeks after his appointment, he started developing programs for students…

Under the cultural and intellectual climate section of Westhampton College's report, an Indian student from New Delhi is mentioned. Uma Krupanidhi was a YWCA scholar and helped the university in inviting a speaker from the Embassy of India to speak…

In the years before 1962, YWCA would sponsor a foreign student to study at the University of Richmond. Its last scholar was a Muslim student from Turkey. In 1962, YWCA did not fund a foreign scholar to come to the United States but instead sent $500…

The Dean of University College in 1978 was Max. C. Graber. In his report on University College he focuses on six main points: the Evening School, Summer School, Center for Criminal Justice, Continuing Education, Women's Program, and School of…

Under the student government section of the Richmond College report, the sponsoring of Black Student Day is discussed. The Senate sponsored a day for black students from the Richmond area to be guests on campus in the month of April. An informative…

The student life section of the 1974 president's report discusses the increased involvement of students in "the life and governance of the institution." Due to the increased interest of students in the social rules, there was an amendment to the…

Under the student affairs section of the annual Westhampton College report, Dean Gehring talked about the continued support by YWCA of the Nigerian international student Irene Ebhomielen. She further mentioned the fundraisers organized to arrange…

This is the third report of University College which includes the Junior College. In the Junior College's first year it had 140 students while University College had over 4,000 students. The report includes information on summer classes, the number…

This president report highlights the first year of University College and gives enrollment numbers for the school along with the other schools under the University of Richmond including, Richmond College, Westhampton College, The T. C. Williams…
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