Brittany Burns started exploring pro bono reporting in Virginia for a term paper, but in February she took her work beyond the classroom and in front of a key Virginia justice group.
University of Richmond and Congregation Beth Ahabah create an environment of support that fosters the idea of family.
Adam Serafim, '15, managing partner of La Bella Vita Bakery, transfers to the Robins School of Business to study management and to support the growth of his baked goods business.
Lauren Zelek, '13, senior marketing and business development associate with The Advisory Board Company and co-founder of Use Your Difference Media, prepares to embark on the Millennial Trains Project, a transcontinental train journey where passengers spend 10 days learning and fulfilling a passion project of their choice.
The Lakeside Group, University of Richmond’s student-run consulting group, establishes its place in the campus fabric while providing value to local nonprofit organizations.
Senior Piper Brighton interned with forager Meadows and More to study and apply sustainable agricultural practices.
Cuban immigrant Amaury Perez, ’16, works to provide better opportunities for under-served people in his new home country.
Students studying voice at UR have opportunity to work one-on-one with visiting artist from the Juilliard School.
Long days? Sure. Long nights? Those, too. A never-ending, ever-expanding to-do list? Bring it on. But don’t call Christie Marra’s legal aid career a sacrifice.
The building is humming with the buzz of negotiations, the click-clack of heels on the lobby floor, questions bouncing between committee members, and the almost tangible anticipation as bills pass and die.