Natalia Brzezinski, ’06, navigates work-life balance as the spouse of a U.S. ambassador and establishes her identity as an advocate for women in a global society.
During UR's Salsa Mania, music professor Mike Davison and S.Y.O.T.O.S. bandleader Chris Washburne discuss how Latin influences have shaped modern American jazz and pop music.
A passion for leadership and travel brought Djole Hinic, '13, to Richmond from Belgrade, Serbia. A summer research grant gave him an opportunity to study the challenges faced by youth in his home country in the aftermath of the revolution of 2000.
For nine weeks, Zoë Romano, ’09, will run the 2,000-mile route of the Tour de France, clocking in 30 miles a day, in support of World Pediatric Project.
Composer John Luther Adams was inspired by his Alaskan surroundings to write an outdoor piece intertwining music and nature.
When a colleague walked into his office and asked if he wanted to work at the White House, Reggie Skinner, ’97, leapt at the chance.
Malori Holloman, ’13, has witnessed poverty’s effects on traumatized children, homeless adults, and troubled teens. Yet she finds reason to hope.
Law professor Andy Spalding encourages conversation about emerging field of international anti-bribery legislation.
Jah Akande, ’13, fights for equality for LGBTQ citizens in the Virginia General Assembly and for students on the UR campus.
Bonner Scholar Randi Mansell, ’13, extends her study abroad in France with a summer of service with the French Red Cross.