Junior explores ideas of religious and cultural diversity through his academics and involvement on campus.
With the help of a UR Summer Fellowship, Laura Murray, ’15, spent her summer months testing and mapping the locations of invasive and native species of phragmites along the Pamunkey and Mattaponi rivers.
In the First-Year Seminar Dreaming of the Prophet, students see the impact of religion in the world while learning the ins and outs of college-level scholarship.
In the Q-Community, a living-learning program, Yazmeen Nuñez learns the importance of solidarity in inspiring social change.
Students in a seminar on museum studies are telling the stories of nearly 800 Jews from the Former Soviet Union who immigrated to Richmond during the 1980s and ’90s.
On Oct. 11, 2013, the Virginia Equality Bar Association was formed, thanks to the work of Ashley Moore, L'14, and more than 20 legal professionals. The advocacy group is devoted to the equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people.
Graduate strives to address health care and other human-rights issues through Peace Corps and public policy work.
Ethnomusicology professor Andy McGraw and his students harvested bamboo to make musical instruments as part of a wide-ranging class on Indonesian arts and culture.
Students learn the process of creating street art, and engage with the city of Richmond in Heide Trepanier’s mural painting class.
Nathan Watwood studies and participates in his two disparate passions, physics and dance.