This issue continues the feature column titled “Where’s Tim?” In each issue we challenge you to figure out where one of Tim’s great pictures was taken.
When a colleague walked into his office and asked if he wanted to work at the White House, Reggie Skinner, ’97, leapt at the chance.
Malori Holloman, ’13, has witnessed poverty’s effects on traumatized children, homeless adults, and troubled teens. Yet she finds reason to hope.
Law professor Andy Spalding encourages conversation about emerging field of international anti-bribery legislation.
Jah Akande, ’13, fights for equality for LGBTQ citizens in the Virginia General Assembly and for students on the UR campus.
Bob Perrin, C‘13, started at University College in 1964. 49 years later, he’s graduating with a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts.
Bonner Scholar Randi Mansell, ’13, extends her study abroad in France with a summer of service with the French Red Cross.
Václav Klaus, former president of the Czech Republic, came to campus in April to deliver a talk. Vas Khomyk, ’14, had dinner with him.
University of Richmond professors Al Goethals and Scott Allison make the case that our most cherished heroes are also our most transforming leaders.
The School of Law's Carrico Center for Pro Bono Service hosted a Restoration of Rights Clinic to assist ex-offenders in restoring their civil rights