Start an organization to fight famine in Somalia. Conduct research. Spread South Asian culture on campus. Make the most of her four years at Richmond. Check.Read Story
The Office of International Education received photographs from alumni, students, faculty, and staff with scenes from around the world.
In this 1962 image, May Keller, founding dean of Westhampton College, joins others in breaking ground for the long-awaited women's pool in Keller Hall. The pool was closed in the early '90s, as the University made way for the Modlin Center for the Arts.
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.
This summer, Katie Presson, '15, worked toward certification as a court-appointed special advocate with Goochland CASA. She now represents the interests of children whose needs she understands very personally.Read Story
Appalachian hikes, city outings, and lots and lots of boxes. The University welcomes the class of 2018. You can join in and follow the action — like this photo from the Media Matters Roadmap short course — at #richmond2018.
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.Read Story
As a student, Mary Brickle, '13, worked with geography professor Todd Lookingbill and the National Park Service to evaluate the Albany Pine Bush as a natural landmark. Brickle assisted with the proposal, on-site research, and site comparisons. The site was name one of the world's best examples of inland pine barren ecosystems.
On June 14, faculty, staff, retirees, and their families gathered around Westhampton Lake for the 28th Annual Spider Classic Fishing Tournament, hosted by Recreation and Wellness.
Protest and unrest were the order of the day in 1968. Just ask students in Laura Browder and Patricia Herrera’s seminar. The class pored through archival material from the civil rights era and wrote, produced, and performed a play based on events in Richmond's neighborhoods.
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.Read Story