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Q-Camp, hosted annually by the E. Claiborne Robins School of Business, had two major changes this year. First, it was an entirely virtual event. Second, more students were eligible to attend than ever before.
This story originally ran on the Capital News Service.
On Aug. 24, Sharon Dickerson-Reed, a dedicated University of Richmond Dining Services employee from Henrico County, died at age 51. Dickerson-Reed is remembered by her family, friends and co-workers at Dining Services for her lively personality and the charisma she brought to work each day.
After more than three years of work, chemistry professor Ryan Coppage and senior Nathan Dinh were finally ready to present their pioneering research on ceramic glazes at the American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition.
With $10,000 and a passion for women’s rights, Shamim Ibrahim set out to change girls' lives in Kenya.
Each week, University of Richmond faculty members and staff members visit the Office for Sustainability to search through items ranging from notebooks to feathers.
After placing comfortable cushions on the ground for her patient to lie on, Martha Wright closes her eyes. She begins forming symbols with her hands and takes a few deep breaths to prepare to receive energy from above for her reiki practice.
Editor's Note: Robert Hodierne serves as The Collegian's faculty adviser.
For generations, the WILL* program has united University of Richmond women--and, since 2013, non-conforming and transgender UR students as well--to address social justice issues while learning about themselves in the process. From Friday, April 12, to Saturday, April 13, the program celebrated its 40th year at UR.
Suffering the impacts of a devastating hurricane and a financial crisis that has lasted for years, Puerto Rico is a country in need. However, one of its suffering groups often gets overlooked – Puerto Rico's artists.
UR Curious is back! We asked readers to send in their questions about the University of Richmond. We picked five of them, and our reporters have found the answers for you. One question and answer will be published each day this week. Read the other stories in the series here. And keep being curious.
Picture a quaint kitchen table with a plate of chocolate-chip cookies in the middle and a pot of coffee brewing on the counter. The picture you have in your mind is what Della Dumbaugh’s home looks like, filled with University of Richmond students, on a typical day.
Editor's note: The original version of this article and headline said Fergusson was the first gradate to ever be killed in combat. He was the first to be killed in combat during the Vietnam War.
Each year at the University of Richmond, hundreds of items are lost by students and claimed by the police department, with the hope of returning them to their rightful owners. More often than not, however, these lost items go unclaimed.