The study center, which is open to all students, has a new location just a short walk from campus.
With companies including Netflix, Adobe and Genworth Financial on his resume, Joel Mier offers valuable insight for students that goes beyond what any textbook can provide.
Anthropology professor Jennifer Nourse’s office is filled with various gifts and keepsakes from all over the world.
Ten years ago, Joe Hoyle began creating his visual masterpiece by gradually adding souvenirs of things he finds interesting to his office.
Last week, Chris Hamby, RC '08, earned BuzzFeed News its first Pulitzer citation. Hamby talked exclusively with The Collegian about journalism and his UR years.
In UR's Market Research and Analysis class, student groups get real-world marketing and research experience working with local businesses.
Although most students have on-campus jobs, others choose to branch out and seek employment in the Richmond area.
Time spent in relatively homogenous Switzerland inspired Jackie Sirc, WC '17, to create a Fulbright Grant proposal exploring cultural integration and tension within the nation.
Barbie Savani, WC '17, continues a lifelong passion for horseback riding and earns a spot representing the University of Richmond at the upcoming zone championships.
What started as a high school project for Virginia Myers, WC '18, has become a successful app and social media business.
Student entrepreneur discusses the growth of jewelry business, her plans for the future and what it means to be a small-business owner.
Students must often decide whether to continue or abandon their meatless diets when studying abroad.
A team of 14 students spent spring break on a field ecology research trip in the tropical rainforests of Belize.