The whole is more than the sum of its parts, said Aristotle. This well-known phrase accurately describes the Osher Leadership Council and project teams.
Jane Dowrick, director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, reflects on the talent and faithfulness of Osher program leaders on display at the recent Open House event.
Interview of Osher member Floyd Meyers by member LeAnn Hensche. Floyd and LeAnn researched the Richmond Slave Trail for 2012 and 2013 guided walks.
Recent acquaintance with Elizabeth Brown Pryor proves there’s always more to a person’s story than immediately meets the eye.
Photo from a recent University of Richmond continuing education barge journey through Holland.
Brzezinski may have once said that Americans don’t travel, but that can’t be said of Osher members or most Richmond students.
The Osher Community Choir reminds others—and themselves—that passionate and joyful singing can continue throughout their lives.
This issue continues the feature column titled “Where’s Tim?” In each issue we challenge you to figure out where one of Tim’s great pictures was taken.
On April 9, the School of Arts and Sciences announced the winners of the David C. Evans Awards at Honors Convocation.
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.