The University of Richmond’s Muslim Chaplain Waleed Ilyas is welcoming members of all faiths to join a conversation about fasting at 7 p.m. on Monday.
Their comprehensive focus comes with many challenges, Podbear said, but she’s confident the organization’s broad point of interest allows for opportunities to make a difference.
Alongside his love for teaching, Quinones also enjoys camping, rocking out on his guitar and running long distances having participated in 15 marathons.
Lilly Colantonio, a Welcome Desk Assistant, noticed that the center is more popular on the weekdays between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. than it is on the weekends.
The Office of International Education is unable to offer some study abroad programs to students in the fall of 2021.
Though Comstock and co-manager Richard Thomas are thrilled with their increase in sales over last year, they miss the environment of the Cellar’s bar.
Free tickets for the event are currently available online, through the Modlin Center for the Arts.
Several offices and organizations on campus have activities in the works to keep students living a balanced college life.
Minhaj first started out performing in basements in Sacramento, and he had no idea how to create a comedy set, he said.
UR undergraduate students will be allowed to do in-person internships and research opportunities this summer as part of the Richmond Guarantee.
“Emmet is a great asset to the new Well-Being Center, providing students with a calming and comforting resource,” student employee and senior Josie Anderson said.
In light of the pandemic, it is important to support small and local businesses in a physically-distanced and safe way.
Senior Jessie Bonilla, junior Gabriela Lopez Gutierrez and senior Ana Paula Alvarado, created fundraisers to help people affected by hurricanes Eta and Iota.
Haskins recommended students establish routines that serve them well and create framing rituals that allow them to step into school mode.