One faculty member and one student will be recognized by Common Ground for being an ally to the LGBTQ community. Nominations are currently being accepted.
Peer Advisors and Mentors, which pairs freshmen with upperclassmen mentors, hosts local Boys and Girls Clubs on campus as part of its community service.
University of Richmond accounting students give back to the community by helping low-income residents with tax returns at UR Downtown.
President Ed Ayers spoke at the President’s Forum Tuesday night about Richmond’s history and its plans for the future.
Melissa Diamond isn’t studying abroad, but she is working in the West Bank to help autistic children and their families through A Global Voice for Autism.
Rep. Eric Cantor, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and five other panelists discussed the accessibility of higher education in the US on campus last Friday.
Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority raises funds for the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation after a former member was diagnosed with the illness.
Virginia’s gubernatorial candidates spoke with President Ayers about issues such as healthcare and the federal government shutdown.
Thursday, the Virginia gubernatorial candidates will sit down with President Ayers to answer questions prepared by students in the Richmond Scholars program.
Students can rent iPads from the library and some classes provide students with iPads, but some professors still do not want students to use the devices in class.