As COVID-19 spread across the world, the University of Richmond has modified global engagement opportunities.
“The Modlin Center can serve both as an educational and social resource for students,” said Shannon Hooker, assistant director of the Modlin Center.
“It’s a support group,” Dinh said. “We try to talk about different aspects of identities and issues, not just in the area, but also around the world.”
UROSE is an office-supply exchange that is cutting costs for UR and helping the greater Richmond community.
The Trex recycling program challenges institutions to collect 500 pounds of soft plastic in six months.
A University of Richmond white anti-racism group has found even more urgency in its mission following the news of racist incidents on campus.
Five students took part in the University Innovation Fellows program run through Stanford University's design institute in the fall semester.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., a historically black fraternity at the University of Richmond, is down to its last member.
Frank Eakin Jr., one of the longest-tenured faculty members in the history of UR, died Jan. 26. His colleagues found him devoted to his students.
Keith McIntosh created Intersections, a weekly forum where students and staff come together to learn about the difficulties of social injustices.
Sunday nights at senior Callie Cinque’s apartment are reserved for baking bread and brewing tea for guests to drink.
Mindfulness and performance expert George Mumford spent two days at UR this week, leading mindfulness education sessions.
UR music professor Andy McGraw spends a lot of time in jail. But McGraw isn’t serving time. He helps it pass for people who are.
UR lab rats Mario and Luigi paved the way for a group of 11 male rats to drive ROVs as part of a psychological study.