In the basement of the library, the members of the DSL are researching new methods to answer old questions regarding digital humanities at Richmond and beyond.
For most people, the question, “Where do you call home?” is a rather simple one. For Kuldip Acharya, that question is anything but simple.
Gay-pril, a month created by the Student Alliance for Sexual Diversity (SASD), commenced April 6 with a speech by political analyst, TV host and author Keith Boykin.
Liz Monahan details the the life of Keith Boykin by interview. Boykin recently spoke at the University of Richmond.
Looking back on my four years at Richmond I have many memories of the good, bad and difficult choices I have made that have shaped and shifted me into the person that I am today.
I dreamt that I was standing at the edge of a cliff called academia. Looking at the jagged rocks hundreds of feet below, I heard a large crowd approaching from behind.
University of Richmond alumni and Fulbright scholarship recipients Becky Stewart, ’10, and Nathan Bullock, ’10, have spent the last year adapting to life in Asia.
There is a force in life that propels us. It persuades us with clear and convincing evidence. It twists our arms until we cry uncle. It’s a huge motivator for why we do what we do.
The University Dancers will perform their 26th annual dance concert entitled “Next,” at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 25, at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday and at 2 p.m. on Sunday.
On one of my most recent visits to the iTunes website, I was surprised to see that every country listed had the same No. 1 song: Lady Gaga’s latest single, “Born This Way.”