As a mentor, Michael Rogers, ’11, has grown intellectually and emotionally. Now he helps other Spiders grow in their mentoring work.
Confessions of an entreprenurial Richmond College graduate W. Floyd Myers, R‘60.
How do the quotations “Build it and they will come” and “It takes a village...” relate to the present-day Osher Institute at University of Richmond?
Jane Tombes was “a natural.” She was a natural lifelong learner and surely just the kind of person Mr. Osher had in mind when he formed his institute.
One of the coolest things about being an Osher member is having nearly the same benefits as regular full time students—including the ability to receive a daily SpiderByte of events on the UR campus.
Chances are that if you have attended an Osher function within the past couple of years, you have been caught in the lens of my camera. I am Tim Hanger, Osher's volunteer photographer.
“The University of Richmond campus is beautiful!” That sentiment is shared by first time visitors and by those who work and study here, no matter the season of the year.
This issue introduces a new feature column called “Where’s Tim?” In each issue we will challenge you to figure out where one of Tim’s great pictures was taken.
In the early 70s while teaching poetry to gifted high school students, Judith Bentley began to write poetry herself as a means of expressing thoughts and feelings that she could not seem to express in any other way.
Award-winning bluegrass duo Dailey & Vincent chat about music, their influences, and life as working musicians.