The funds raised are reserved for students to use during times of emergency or need and provide access to internships, job interviews or graduate school.
The E. Claiborne Robins School of Business current MBA study body consists of 65% male students and 35% female students, according to UR's website.
Moving forward with his time in Richmond, Brohan said he feels a real sense of opportunity in the ways he can create change within the Modlin Center.
Junior Ahmed Elnaggar won first place in the Teen’s category of the Men’s Physique NPC East Coast Championship competition on Nov. 6, 2021.
Tina Hallock is on a mission to normalize mental health -- one podcast episode at a time.
THRIVE will host six meetings this school year which will give students access to discussion sessions, bonding activities and identity-building opportunities.
West Indian Lynk and the Solidarity Organization for Latinx Students surpassed collection goals for the donation drive, WIL President Jordan Richardson said.
Cade created initiatives such as pre-orientation programs, affinity groups for students of different ethnic backgrounds and the Oliver Hill Scholars program.
“Being able to have my classes set beforehand allowed me to do the whole registration in about 10 seconds," junior Andrew Moy said.
PSMAs are students trained in Title IX policy, procedure and emotional support resources who serve as confidential peer advisors to students.
Although there have been many challenges readjusting to both the classroom and activities, students said they were optimistic about the future.
The 2022 edition of The Best 387 Colleges comes after one of the most trying academic years for universities as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Sober curious” or “recovery curious” are newer concepts that became more popular during the pandemic, UR Recovery Support Specialist Sarah Wood said.
During her time at UR, Hunt was a first responder for UR Emergency Medical Services and president of the women's club soccer team. In order to support herself financially, she was also a stripper.
The Center for Student Involvement launched WOW after students expressed concern that there was a lack of campus activity, intern Ginny Zhang said.
UR students can anonymously text the warmline about issues that might be impacting their mental, physical, emotional and academic wellbeing.
“They have done so much for us, historically,” WDCE faculty adviser Timothy Barney said. “They've kept the station going through lots of different periods..."