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Ben King, a Richmond local, will join team USA at the upcoming UCI Road World Championships. King, who is under contract with American professional cycling team Cannondale Garmin, will compete as part of the USA’s five-man elite men’s road race team.
On Friday, April 17, the School of Arts & Sciences hosted the annual Student Symposium, offering students of various disciplines the opportunity to share the results of their research projects.
Featuring more than 120 unique costumes and an array of set pieces, the department of theatre and dance’s final production, "Funny Girl,” shows off both the students and directors’ creativity.
Pulitzer Prize recipient Chris Hamby, RC '08, will speak about his award-winning series, Breathless and Burdened, at a lecture on Monday, March 23rd.
“Soaring inequality isn't about education; it's about power,” wrote Paul Krugman in a New York Times op-ed last week. Krugman cited the declining acceleration of production, the absence of skill gaps and the stagnant inflation-adjusted earnings of highly educated Americans. However, not only does his evidence contradict the article’s thesis, Krugman also fails to acknowledge that education is essential in generating the conversation and sympathy necessary to break power-based income inequality.
The University of Richmond tops the U.S. State Department’s list of bachelor’s institutions with the most 2014-2015 Fulbright Scholars with three recipients this year.
More than 100 volunteers at the Food Access Coalition will prepare 12,300 meals this Saturday to send to communities in need at its fourth annual meal-packaging event.
The Bonner Center for Civic Engagement and Office of the Chaplaincy hosted the 10th Poverty Simulation on Wednesday with the goal to generate discussion among its participants about the day-to-day difficulties faced by less-fortunate people through accurately capturing a low- to zero-income lifestyle.