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Outside the office of Amy Treonis in the Gottwald Science Center, lettuce, broccoli, onions and other seedlings are preparing for their ultimate transfer to outdoor soil. They will soon grow in shared agricultural plots to benefit lower-income communities in southside Richmond.
Anthony Seeger, nephew of the American folk musician and activist Pete Seeger, spoke about the ways music sparks social change at Camp Concert Hall Feb. 3, just one week after his renowned uncle had died at age 94.
Three University of Richmond students work through social media to represent a clothing company called Serengetee, which is best known for its pocket T-shirts, said Emmy Morse, a "campus rep" for the brand.
Starting next fall, sophomore students will have the opportunity to participate in four new SSIR programs, ranging from the study of our global food system to the conservation of public lands.
Modern-day slavery expert Kevin Bales told a group of University of Richmond community members that by unlocking the science of slavery, they too can be heroes, nerds and abolitionists.
We, the students, are at a crossroads. We, as a collective body, have seen many changes in the past 12 months at University of Richmond. Yet many of those decisions have been made on our behalf without our direct input. As students around the country are arguing, we deserve to have a voice at the table and the power to be heard. Students have long fought for their own power to effect meaningful change within and apart from their institutions of higher education. From the Parisian student uprisings of '68 to the Quebecois 100,000-plus marches against tuition hikes in past years, students have leveraged their collective voice to defeat policies opposed to their interests.
Many students involved in Sophomore Scholars in Residence (SSIR) programs traveled to different domestic and international cities over Fall Break.
IPads are now available for student use through Boatwright Memorial Library, Parsons Music Library and the Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT), but some teachers still believe iPads can be distracting in their classrooms.
Starting next fall, sophomores will have the opportunity to participate in four new Sophmore Scholars In Residence programs, ranging from the study of our global food system to the conservation of public lands.
This summer, 300 Richmond students received funding from University of Richmond Summer Fellowships to pursue an internship or conduct research.
The University of Richmond music department has introduced a new curriculum, allowing students to concentrate in specific fields of music including performance, musicology and composition theory.
Students dedicated the annual theater and dance reception to Myra Daleng, who will retire from the University of Richmond after 32 years, but plans to continue teaching dance elsewhere.
Weekend shuttles from campus to the James River and an improved system of campus green bikes were two of the many plans that were proposed by members of the Sophomore Scholars in Residence programs during their capstone project presentations.
Live Aid, Farm Aid, Live 8, NetAid and Live Earth. Since George Harrison and Ravi Shankar popularized the concept with the Concert for Bangladesh in 1971, benefit concerts have become regularly occurring, star-studded events with a formulaic mix of aging rock stars grasping for relevance and world leaders grasping for exposure.
Students from the Global Health Sophomore Scholars in Residence program hosted a banquet to celebrate and raise money for Partners in Health, an organization that strives to improve the healthcare conditions of poor communities around the world.
"When I first entered the gym I thought, 'This is it; this is where my life ends.' I was so scared, my legs were shaking and I was so afraid that I would have to dance alone."
Be competent and empathetic. Become a positive deviant. Good character is better than good personality. Have someone in your life who won't hesitate to tell you the truth. Your hardest days may lie ahead because life is full of uncertainty.
The men's track and field team raced against the dying of the light Friday and Saturday in its final home meet as a program, the eighth annual Fred Hardy Invitational at Robins Stadium.
Based on student voting, political science professor Rick Mayes was selected to give the second of University of Richmond's Last Lecture Series, which will be held at 7 p.m. April 1 in the Jepson Alumni Center.
The Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation has awarded the University of Richmond science faculty members a three-year, $77,200 Beckman Scholars grant for student research.