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April 28, 2011
Pin Thanesnant, '11
International student at home in North Richmond elementary school
Pin Thanesnant, ’11, the daughter of a Thai diplomat, has lived in many countries but doesn’t claim any of them as home. During her four years at University of Richmond, however, she found a place where she belongs — a North Side Richmond elementary school.
April 27, 2011
Megan Abbott, '11
Senior's unique experiences open up a world of possibilities
When Megan Abbott, ’11, came here four years ago, she had no idea her experiences would include interning at the Peace Corps headquarters in Washington, D.C., studying abroad in Chile, and having dinner at the house of former Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine.
The Greatest Reward
Law commencement speaker Anne Holton encourages law students to give back to the community
Law commencement speaker Anne Holton is passionate about public service. She encourages law students to give back to the community as she has done during her entire legal career.
Kevin Kindler, '13
SSIR course gives student international context for studies in medicine and health
A class trip to the Dominican Republic helped Kevin Kindler, ’13, discover his passion for global health.
April 26, 2011
Sam Abed, L'01
Maryland's Secretary of Juvenile Services finds great reward in challenging work
Maryland’s recently appointed Secretary of Juvenile Services, Sam Abed, L’01, says his law degree is a great asset. “It is a tremendous advantage to be a lawyer in a position like this because of the legislative aspect,” he says.
Sam Mitchell, '11
Senior pursuing his love of writing in grad school
Sam Mitchell, ’11, this year’s recipient of the David C. Evans Outstanding Achievement award in both research and the creative arts, plans to attend Hollins University's MFA program in the fall.
A Marriage and the MBA
Rick and Laura Thornton both went through The Richmond MBA program, although six years apart, and helped support one another in balancing work, family and school obligations
April 25, 2011
Elizabeth Ebanks, L'05 and GB'06
Labor and Employment associate's business background gives her a competitive advantage in her legal career
Graduate finds calling in defending small business owners
Pay it Forward
A student's remarkable journey from crime-ridden neigborhood to law school
When William Dudley, L'11, graduates this year he will be first in his family to earn a professional degree. His remarkable journey from a rough, crime-ridden neighborhood in Portsmouth, Va., to jail, and then to law school, drives his mission to pay it forward.
April 22, 2011