UR Downtown was designed with community programming in mind, but the space has caught on among nonprofits as a prime location to prepare for meetings with the Virginia General Assembly.
After a year of re-evaluating their mission, the Campus Activities Board becomes the Spider Board and celebrates their relaunch with a big-name guest speaker.
Are you interested in developing your career, building new relationships, and sharpening your skills? University of Richmond’s first Mentor/Mentee program, launched in the fall of 2013, does just that.
Vancouver's Downtown Eastside becomes home for UR Summer Fellow Aidan Sullivan, '15.
From classroom discussions and theater productions to lectures from mothers and playwrights, The Laramie Project provides a structure for conversations about civil rights and social justice.
Al Califano, ’15, has a passion for theater and music — one that he explores on the stage, at an internship with a talent agency, and with a theater in London.
Not wanting to lose touch with "her kids," Youth Life teacher Katharine Hunt helped launch a teen program when her students started aging out of the after-school program for younger children.
The Vagina Monologues tells women’s stories about relationships, sex, and violence in an effort to erase stigmas and stereotypes.
After a successful pilot program last year, the new Jepson E.D.G.E. Institute gives students an opportunity to connect with alumni to network and gain valuable professional skills.
Mary Ann Glendon, a Harvard Law professor and former U.S. ambassador to the Vatican, was on campus to discuss the challenges leaders face and the idea of politics as a vocation.