Race & Racism at the University of Richmond

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This letter to the editor written by Richmond College sophomore David Burns outlines Burns' argument for the removal of dormitory visitation codes. At the time, women were only allowed in Richmond College dorms during specific hours on weekends,…

This feature includes responses from five University of Richmond students to the question "What do you think about race relations at UR?" From their photographs, all respondents appear to be white students. Responses note that students tend to have…

This feature includes responses by people, including one Resident Assistant, to the following question: How would you feel about a gay/lesbian/bisexual student organization on the UR campus? Though the "That's What You Think" feature usually included…

This 1923 article in The Collegian covers the twelfth anniversary celebrations for the Republic of China, held by Chinese students at the University. Students held a banquet at Far East Restaurant, a Chinese restaurant downtown, and stageed an…

An article investigates the number of Chinese students who have come to the United States to continue their education. Many Chinese students came to the United States as recipients of the Boxer Indemnity Scholarships. The article notes that 160…

A charge to new students at Richmond College opens with a short story stereotyping Chinese people. An wise "coolie" asks an American traveler questions about the intentions of his journey to China. The author then asks new students their motives for…

This article describes Chinese students celebrating the eleventh anniversary of the Chinese Republic. Organized by the Chinese Students Organization (Chinese Club), the students held a banquet at Shanghai Restaurant. The event is compared to the…

A Chinese Student’s Christian Association of North America (CSCA) chapter was organized at the University in 1931. This organization has roots in the Boxer Indemnity Scholarships, which caused an influx of Chinese students to the United States…

The University Players hosted a program of three one-act plays in the winter of 1931. The plays selected were written by students, including "Beau of Bath", directed by Jane Little, "The Son's Father", directed by its author Mary Lucile Saunders, and…

In December of 1931, the University Players hosted a program of three one-act plays in the Red Cross Building. The plays selected were written by students, including "Beau of Bath", directed by Jane Little, "The Son's Father", directed by its author…
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