A new emphasis on student tailgating lead to a crowded student section at the first football game of the year.
Jane Schmidt, WC '18, is partnering with Youth Life Foundation to bridge the achievement gap for Latino students in Richmond's Southside.
A senior combines her passions for science, art and activism through an initiative aiming to change the narrative about bacteria.
The Politics Club launches this week with the aim of bringing together students of all political perspectives.
One universal piece of advice? After college, your goal should be to find a job you love and want to do.
Political science professor Rick Mayes, RC '91, has collected a variety of artifacts in his office that reflect special moments and memories in his life.
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.