Feature Stories

November 15, 2012
Celebrating SisterhoodSororities commemorate 25 years at the University of Richmond
The University celebrates 25 years of sororities on campus and dedicates new facilities for each chapter.
November 14, 2012
Merry the NightCultural advisors plan late-night alternatives for weekends
Scavenger hunts, carnivals, and comedy are just a few of the late-night events planned by Common Ground’s cultural advisors.
New Course OfferingsSchool of Law introduces new courses to the 2012-2013 curriculum

The University of Richmond School of Law introduces new courses to the 2012-2013 curriculum

Janet D. HutchinsonSchool of Law welcomes Janet D. Hutchinson, Associate Dean for Career Development
School of Law welcomes Janet D. Hutchinson, Associate Dean for Career Development
November 12, 2012
London Clinical Placement ProgramLondon Clinical Placement Program
London Clinical Placement Program gives students opportunity to study international law while gaining practical experience through internships in London law firms, legal aid offices, and Parliament
November 7, 2012
Research Across BordersInternational scholar looks to UR faculty and lab to answer clinical questions at home

UR’s Faculty Seminar Abroad brings together UR biology professor and Jamaican doctoral student for a glimpse into cross-cultural research.

November 5, 2012
Kelly Kurz '14Junior's commitment to help others led him to Africa
Kelly Kurz spent the summer in Tanzania and Uganda teaching English and learning about social justice issues affecting the African people.
Stephen LongConversational style, technology, and honesty: key components of teaching
As a political science professor, Stephen Long looks to technology to enhance the classroom discussion. But the most important tool at his disposal is personality.
Alex Turner '15Theatre major finds that college is a time for exploration and "serious play"
Alex Turner came to the University of Richmond intent on exploring all that its theatre program had to offer.
Stephanie CobbReligion professor explores historic context of early Christian texts
Stephanie Cobb’s research poses difficult questions about the intersection of history and faith — a subject she hopes to see more often in public discourse.