“Nightlife as an Art Form” brings drag queens and concerts into the classroom. Students study social change and human behavior, and attend cultural events.
Sophomore Alex Krass went to Sochi, Russia for eight days to watch his 16-year-old sister ski for the U.S. Olympic team.
The sixth annual “Women of Color” conference will be held Feb. 21. This year’s theme is ”Empowerment and Improvement: Self, Wealth, and Health.”
Registered undergraduate students are eligible to enroll in one free SPCS noncredit course each semester.
A freshman on UPenn’s track and field team committed suicide in January, which has prompted a discussion among Richmond coaches and student-athletes.
News junkie Leo Chiquillo is looking into finishing his last remaining credit online, as he will start a full-time position at Vice News in two weeks.
Mathematics professor Bill Ross and art professor Fiona Ross, a husband-and-wife team, collaborated to illustrate that “The Jordan Curve Theorem is Non-Trivial.”
Amy O’Neill Richard works to stop human trafficking with the State Department. Ayers, at the recommendation of the Provost, invites the commencement speaker.
Kappa Alpha Theta’s philanthropic fashion show, featuring local boutiques, attracted more than 500 students and raised $3,000 for its national philanthropy, CASA.
Associate deans Fankhauser and Boehman discussed sexual violence and group image in Title IX training for freshman, sophomore and junior sorority members.