This year marks the fifth anniversary of UR’s Spider Firsts program, which started because of an observation.
Through alumni contacts and the help of Career Services, students land internships and job offers.
Several students on campus volunteer at YLFR, form relationships with the kids in the program and become hooked.
Each year at the University of Richmond, hundreds of items are lost by students and claimed by the police department.
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.
Junior Mira Carroll is studying abroad in Paris, France, this semester. But her friends still see her around the University of Richmond.
The Muslim Student Association is more than just a club. It is a support network for the Muslim community at UR.
Students returning to campus after summer break have had much to say about the university's new wayfinding changes.
A handful of University of Richmond seniors gave up their summers to prepare for the rigorous LSAT test in September.
University of Richmond alumna Whitney Asher channeled her passions for music and advertising into a business she created.
The Office of Alumni and Career services will be expanding its Spider Road Trips program this summer to the West Coast in San Francisco, California.
Arabic professor Martin Sulzer-Reichel has remained a constant in the Arabic department despite struggles to find faculty for the program.
Students from the UR American studies department curated an exhibit, "PROTEST! A Richmond History," for their capstone.
Students and faculty are calling for need-blind domestic pool admission for DACA students in the wake of national dialogue.
Accounting students learn more about the community and get experience helping local citizens with their taxes through class requirements.
The Clothesline Project is made up of t-shirts created by survivors of violence, or created in honor of someone who has experienced violence.