Fourteen University of Richmond students, with support from faculty and community members, are leading an effort that will ultimately result in a block-long mural of the James River on Cary Street.
A Gates Millennium Scholar ponders how to be a force for change and dialogue while finding his place at Richmond.
Bonner Scholar's community work informed his academic path and ultimately led to a consulting job with Deloitte.
UR’s community-based-learning program takes the classroom into the world beyond campus
Cuban immigrant Amaury Perez, ’16, works to provide better opportunities for under-served people in his new home country.
Students launch RVAGOV, a new website to provide a platform to educate and empower full participants in Richmond city government.
Amy Howard's book "More Than Shelter" not only shatters public-housing stereotypes, but also stands to inform the city of Richmond's war on poverty.
Seven UR students spend the summer studying the complex nature of local middle schools as a glimpse into the challenges facing education in America
Pre-health student gains empathy and a greater understanding of addiction and mental-health issues through her work at a substance-abuse treatment center.
Bonner Scholar reflects on the challenges, frustrations, and fulfillment inherent in community service.