Kevin Levin, G’05, recently published his book “Remembering the Battle of the Crater: War as Murder,” which is loosely based on his master’s thesis.
Joe Kroger B’80, chose the University of Richmond from its competitors for its football opportunities and never regretted his choice. Now his daughter Megan follows in his footsteps.
Lauren Lumsden, ’05, graduated with a degree in journalism and headed to New York for an editorial job, but instead found herself in PR pitching stories on doughnuts.
The University of Richmond is often a family tradition, but few people can claim a five-generation history. Grace Preston, ’12, talks about her family story.
Pursuing her passion for wildlife and conservation, Laly Lichtenfeld, ’96 co-founded the African People & Wildlife Fund and works on the Maasai Steppe in Tanzania. Today, together with her husband Charles Trout, she resolves conflict between people and wildlife.
Her senior thesis combined experiences in Africa with research about Eastern Asia, and unexpectedly brought Catherine McGanity, ’10, to Istanbul.
Jennifer Huffman, ’10, is gaining valuable life and international work experience in Germany through the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Program for Young Professionals.
The program provided undergraduate students from all class years with the opportunity to learn about major areas and career paths in finance.
Mohammed Hadi’s experience at UR was an introduction to the concepts of finance and accounting, and a lesson in how to adapt to new cultural environments.
In honor of their runs to the Sweet 16, the 2011 and 1988 men’s basketball teams received tournament rings while celebrating a win at the season opener.