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August 6, 2013
Sandra Zuniga Guzman, '13
Inspired by her experience immigrating to the United States, recent grad advocates creating opportunity for others
Sandra Zuniga Guzman’s mom taught her to make the most of any opportunity. Now, the activist for education and migration issues wants to pay it forward.
July 31, 2013
Becca Wann, '14
Two-sport athlete follows an unusual path to Division 1 competition
Becca Wann, ’14, learned early on how to juggle the demands of serious athletic competition and an active faith life.
July 29, 2013
George Boston, '13
Football player encourages Richmond kids to pursue athletic and academic aspirations
George Boston, ’13, knew he had to leave his public school in New York in order to be successful. Now he shares his story with the Richmond-area kids he mentors.
July 26, 2013
Intersections of Identities
WGSS class explores the role of identity in historical narrative preservation
In Julianne Guillard’s Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies course, students explore the influence of identity on the preservation of historical narratives.
July 25, 2013
Suzy Lee, '13
Recent graduate sees history as more than old textbooks filled with names and dates. It's a way of life.
After deciding to delay law school entrance, Suzy Lee, ’13, spends a gap year re-enacting colonial life in Williamsburg, Va.
July 17, 2013
Michelle Harrigan, C'13
Pursuing a degree at the crossroads of passion and experience
Michelle Harrigan, C’13, found at UR a degree program that matched her busy life as an emergency responder.
A social network platform for volunteers brings together three Richmond alumni
Founding member of the online social networking site for volunteers, GiveGab, Chris Beeman recently welcomed two fellow Spiders to the team.
July 9, 2013
Peter CampoBasso, '14
Student takes hands-on approach to explore the intersection of health and education
A hungry child set Peter CampoBasso, ’14, on a quest to understand the effects of a healthy diet and lifestyle on education.
Two alums set out to prove eco-friendly and socially responsible are always in style
Mark Spera and Dean Ramadan wear their hearts on their sleeves with their new eco-friendly and socially responsible retail clothing store.
July 5, 2013