In May 1973, the Supreme Court blocked a movement to consolidate Richmond public schools with its suburban counterparts. The ruling still has implications today.
Alexandra Hackett, '13, deepened her understanding of the education system through three years volunteering as a classroom aide.
Two UR students tout the benefits of long-term mentoring for mentors and mentees alike.
When the time came to change professions and return to school, Richmond offered the best fit for Becky Siceloff, C‘06 and GC‘10.
On March 1, 2013, the University of Richmond School of Law presented the William Green Award for Professional Excellence to the Honorable Harold Hongju Koh at its thirty-first Annual Scholarship Luncheon. University of Richmond School of Law Dean Wendy Perdue presented the award to Professor Koh at the Jepson Alumni Center at the University of Richmond.
Three games in Italy gave the men’s basketball team a jumpstart on the season and a chance at an experience abroad.
Students in community-based newswriting class learn interviewing skills while recording veteran stories for the Library of Congress’s Veterans History Project.
Leadership, rhetoric and multifaith communication come together as Cameron Lee, '12, pursues a career in ministry.
News anchor for NBC12 Sabrina Squire made the keynote speech for the fifth annual Connecting Women of Color Conference, which focused on the theme of loving one’s authentic self.
Shelby Longland's involvement with the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement transformed her college career and helped her find her career path.