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In spring 2018, the University of Richmond hosted more than 40 international exchange students from across the globe, according to the international education page on the UR website. How do students from thousands of miles away learn about this small liberal arts college?
When senior Jamie Katz was seven years old, her cousin Amy was diagnosed with leukemia. Ever since, Katz and her family have been holding bone marrow drives to find a match for Amy.
The Muslim Student Association is more than just a club. It is a safety net and a support network for the Muslim community at the University of Richmond -- especially during a time when anti-Islamic sentiments are particularly volatile.
“At the University of Richmond, we find ourselves in a suburban bubble, which can easily blind us to the diversity, segregation and socioeconomic divides within the Richmond community,” senior Campbell McDonald said.
“She’s a yeast whisperer.”
A contagious buzz throughout campus regarding summer internships marks the beginning of the school year. For seniors, internships can turn into potential job offers, and to others, it is just another stepping stone for future employment after graduation.
Junior Mira Carroll is studying abroad in Paris, France, this semester, but her friends still see her around the University of Richmond.
Senior Claudia Ajluni was offered a paid internship in New York City for this past summer. The opportunity aligned with her career interests, and every single one of her friends would be working there, too. Ajluni decided to decline the offer and stayed home in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, alone.
Chocolate pie with meringue on top is just one of the many treats served at the beloved dessert bar in the Heilman Dining Center.
“I heard it cost four million dollars and there was an entire think tank!”
University of Richmond alumna Whitney Asher discovered her flair for advertising and saw her love for music bloom while she was an undergraduate student on campus. Today, she lives out both of these passions through a business she created, and she is ready to share what she learned with her fellow Spiders.
For the first time since the program’s conception in 2005, the University of Richmond Office of Alumni and Career Services will expand its Spider Road Trips, an experiential program created to help students explore different career paths, to the West Coast.
Doug Robinson exemplifies his enthusiasm for his job and for his life through his actions -- he dances while he vacuums locker rooms, and he makes a point to help out where ever he can on campus.
Editor's note: Logan Etheredge is a member of The Collegian staff.
On Feb. 23, 1960, Ruth Tinsley was forcibly dragged by police officers outside the Thalhimers building in Richmond. As the officers carried her, Malcolm O. Carpenter photographed them, capturing the moment that later became an important image of the civil rights movement.
Editor’s note: Some of the names in this article have been changed to protect students’ identities.
It can be easy for some University of Richmond students to
get used to the "Richmond bubble" and forget about the world outside of
it. With the IRS Volunteer Income Tax
Assistance program, however, many accounting students have an
opportunity to be exposed to what lies beyond the confines of the university.
The Clothesline Project, displayed in the Forum on April 10 is made up of t-shirts created by survivors of violence, or created in honor of someone who has experienced violence.
A University of Richmond student carried her hometown connections with her at the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C., on Sat. March 24, 2018.
Editor's note: After publication, The Collegian was notified this article contained off record information. It has been removed.