Here are some tips to finding your way in the online job search world.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread throughout the U.S., summer opportunities are being canceled or altered.
For 343 University of Richmond students from the New York area, the COVID-19 pandemic brings dire consequences and comparisons to 9/11.
Student belongings in Gray and LoRo will be packed by a moving company starting April 27 to prepare for potential summer housing.
A UR chemistry professor spearheaded a donation of more than 7,000 latex gloves to healthcare workers in Virginia hospitals.
87.1% of CEOs surveyed expected sales to decrease compared with 6.9% who expected an increase and 5.9% who expected no change.
CAPS staff members are unable to provide individual counseling sessions for UR students who do not live in Virginia because of state clinical psychology licensing laws.
UR employees removed all items inside refrigerators and freezers as well as visible perishables in unoccupied on-campus residencies April 5-10.
In a world where college students can easily find answers to their questions, we have somehow lost that control. And yes, that is scary.
The Center for Student Involvement and SOBAC are responding to suspended campus events as UR adapts to remote learning.
Fitting in a good, free at-home workout via apps or social media can be easier than you think.
As COVID-19 spread across the world, the University of Richmond has modified global engagement opportunities.
“Not having a job anymore is really problematic,” Chau said. “It really did just throw a stick in my bike wheels, to be honest.”