The theater department's production of "Vinegar Tom" provides social commentary on gender-based violence.
After a career from law to comedy, visiting professor Fred Talbott leaves his mark on UR through his business communications class and Empathy Project.
In a nation where record numbers are dying from opioid overdoses, UR students are mostly unaffected by the opioid epidemic, but drugs are easily accessed.
Heather Hogg manages everything costume design, from the way skirts flow on stage to storage in the deep end of Keller Hall's old pool.
Altria bought its $20.8 million Henrico headquarters from UR over the summer, following years of close ties between the university and the tobacco company.
The lack of child care poses a struggle for faculty members after years of committees and dashed hopes.
Through the Executives in Residence program, students of all majors have access to one-on-one guidance from high-level business professionals.
Bill Coleman, a transportation employee, works 60 hours a week to ensure that students can get off campus and have full access to the city of Richmond.
The Interfraternity Council introduced the Mental Health First Aid program in an effort to bolster mental health awareness.
The Nov. 5 shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, has reignited the debate over gun control.
No Lost Generation UR, a new campus organization, provides opportunity for students to advocate and learn of the plight of the world's 22.5 million refugees.
UR Muslim students discuss the skewed perceptions of their faith tradition and how to break down stereotypes after recent terror attacks.