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November 30, 2015
Lauren Taflinger, '15
Bonner Scholar connects the South's racially charged history with service and coursework
For Bonner Scholar Lauren Taflinger, ’15, history is as much about how we live our lives now as it is about the past.
Cassandra Ceballos, '17
Junior combines passion for social justice with focus on food systems
Being the only full-time intern at a grassroots organization offered Cassandra Ceballos, ’17, a growing number of opportunities.
November 12, 2015
Learning from the Dead
Interdisciplinary Education in Richmond's East End Cemetery
Faculty and students from a variety of disciplines find fertile ground for learning in a long-neglected cemetery.
November 5, 2015
Passport to American History
Domestic and international students explore Monticello with Dr. and Mrs. Ayers
University of Richmond President Emeritus Edward L. Ayers discussed Thomas Jefferson's legacy with domestic and international students during a recent visit to Monticello, the first field trip offered through Passport to American History, a joint initiative of the CCE and the OIE.
September 1, 2015
Aaron Brown, '16
Senior combines love of dance and writing in a music video showing Spider spirit
At the top of Aaron Brown’s college bucket list? Perform in a music video.
June 16, 2015
Students build an exhibit on the history of Richmond's public transit.
Students from the spring 2015 Busing in America course conducted interviews and collected photographs and artifacts to build an exhibit on the history of public transit in Richmond.
April 15, 2015
Kelsey Ensign, '15
Student explores identity theory, her own identity through community work
Kelsey Ensign, '15, tests identity theories through her community work, while simultaneously exploring her own identity and career goals.
April 9, 2015
Storytelling, Identity, Social Change
Inside the razor-wire fence surrounding Bon Air Juvenile Correctional Center, students learn how storytelling can incite social change
In Terry Dolson’s First-Year Seminar, students explore the role of storytelling in social change while mentoring residents at Bon Air Juvenile Correctional Center.
March 31, 2015
Mel Shuaipi, '15
Senior blends business and social change abroad and at home
Her business education became real when she was able to apply it to social change in the Dominican Republic and back home, here in Richmond.
March 30, 2015