For its 2013 Black History Month commemoration, UR will explore major turning points from emancipation to the present day.
Landscape Design classes gave Beth Hellmer the encouragement to finally take the step to starting her own sustainable landscape business, which has blossomed into a successful company.
Sofia Widen came to Richmond to further her economic and political studies education where she has taken advantage of all the campus has to offer.
Lucy Wise's involvement with Spiders on Wall Street took her to New York City where she will return for a promising career after her May graduation.
Cullen Bonham founded Perfect Gentleman and later teamed with his peers at University of Richmond to grow a brand he hopes will inspire others.
Vivian Hou has studied extensively in the U.S. and France to earn two degrees as part of Richmond's dual diploma program.
Rachel Logan, L'13, gains experience at the Education Rights Clinic and carves career path in education law
As a mentor, Michael Rogers, ’11, has grown intellectually and emotionally. Now he helps other Spiders grow in their mentoring work.
This issue introduces a new feature column called “Where’s Tim?” In each issue we will challenge you to figure out where one of Tim’s great pictures was taken.
In the early 70s while teaching poetry to gifted high school students, Judith Bentley began to write poetry herself as a means of expressing thoughts and feelings that she could not seem to express in any other way.