It started last year with the men’s basketball team. The momentum carried it through the campus community. Now it's a rallying call for a campus bound together by its love for the institution. We are One Richmond.
An internship at Voice of America helped Diane Gremillion, ’16, refine her ultimate goal of working in human rights law.
With the help of a UR Summer Fellowship, Anna Sangree, '15, was able to intern at Renew Richmond and Shalom Farms over the summer.
“Psychologically, it was very intimidating to (go) into the courtroom and draw somebody, a person that’s a terrorist on that level, of that magnitude.” —Janet Hamlin, courtroom sketch artist, reflecting on the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base 9/11 hearings at the opening of a University exhibition of her work
Laverne Cox, a celebrated actress and transgender advocate known for her work on Orange is the New Black, spoke about her experiences as a trans* woman of color, as well as her work to move society beyond gender expectations so that all people can live more authentically.
During Roadmap Three, a pre-semester experience for rising third-year students, a cohort explored refugee and immigration issues in Richmond.
Students are transforming parking spaces into public art as part of the Parking Lot Project. Mimi King, '15, and Anna Sangree, '15, talk about how the project disrupts the functional identity of the space and inspires conversation about land use.
As an intern for the Richmond chief of police, Austin Gund, ’15, sees the role of leadership in organizational operations, city management, and community relationship building.
—Jay Tekwani, ’16, as featured on NPR