Student speakers for graduation ceremonies have extensive extra-curricular involvement. They are all Lavender graduates: seniors who identify as LGBTQ or allies.
This open forum is designed for students to discuss their experiences with sexual violence, or to listen to and support others. More than 200 students attended this year.
Some students are concerned with the housing process and how it has been affected by residential renovations. Student-athletes also express their dissatisfaction with their new housing policy.
This half-hour lunchtime series at UR Downtown addresses a new topic each month. This past week, the event focused on how students can be more connected with the James River.
To be safe during severe winter weather, some employees stay overnight on campus. Employees either stay in their offices or in the Jepson Alumni Center.
Whether students are passionate about archaeology, international studies or any other topic, faculty are often willing to help them develop projects.
Celia Landesberg founded the club this semester in hopes of exposing more students to the various aspects of geography outside of the classroom.
Weinstein Center staff encourage even beginning runners to sign up for the training program and run the Monument Avenue 10K this March.
A sub-chapter of Guiding Eyes for the Blind, a guide dog training school, has been established on campus, and members will be raising two puppies this fall.
Some student-athletes believe that funds given to renovate basketball and football facilities should instead be dispersed throughout the athletic department.