An internship at Voice of America helped Diane Gremillion, ’16, refine her ultimate goal of working in human rights law.
Football and great poetry have a lot in common. Just ask Virginia’s new poet laureate. Ron Smith, R’71, G’74, and G’94, is not only an accomplished poet but also a veteran from the Spider gridiron.
Ashleigh Brock, '05, documents her first year back on campus as assistant director in the Office of Alumni and Career Services.
Leadership studies professor Christopher von Rueden is spending two months in the Bolivian Amazon to study status hierarchy and leadership in a small-scale society.
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.
When Fall Line Fest took over music venues across Richmond, UR's radio station WDCE was there. They DJed UR Downtown's First Fridays event and brunch at the Broadberry, and joined the crowd whenever possible. WDCE shares their favorite moments from the two-day festival.
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.
“When I come here from India, I’m not just meeting people from the U.S. I’m meeting people from across the world.”
—Jay Tekwani, ’16, as featured on NPR
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.