Common Ground’s two-part social justice leadership retreat is an introduction to the types of inequality that exist today, and how to find the right first step in taking action for social change.
Charisse Hines began the year with one goal: to build Richmond Law's chapter of the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy into one of the best in the nation.
Attending a summer school program for low-income urban youth set Nikkia Ellis, '13, on a trajectory that led to her matriculation at the University of Richmond. Now she's giving back in abundance.
Outdoor learning spaces are on the rise and benefiting students in a number of ways. A new program from SPCS aims to equip teachers with the resources to bring nature to the classroom.
Her work with nonprofits helped Jun Xie, ’12, an accounting major from China, land a job with Ernst & Young in Richmond, a city she now considers home.
When Alex Hahn, '13, learned about a summer seminar at Procter & Gamble, he had no idea it would later land him an internship in the research world where he is considering a career.
In honor of their runs to the Sweet 16, the 2011 and 1988 men’s basketball teams received tournament rings while celebrating a win at the season opener.
Sheryl WuDunn, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and co-author of the 2011-12 One Book, One Campus selection “Half the Sky,” spoke on campus as part of the Jepson Leadership Forum.
Robins Stadium received LEED Silver designation for green design and construction, and even more certifications are on the way.
World AIDS Day commemoration on Dec. 1 appeals to the emotional and spiritual aspects of the issue, while offering opportunities for engagement and education.