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.
A dodgeball tournament hosted by Delta Delta Delta brought together Greek and non-Greek students to raise money for the sorority’s national philanthropy.
Students who feel unsafe walking across campus at night now have the option to be escorted to their destination by a student patrol team.
Richmond and Redemtech together will sponsor RecycleMania this Friday. This event will allow members of the community to recycle electronics responsibly.
The University of Richmond swimming and diving wins A-10 championship for its third consecutive year. This is the eleventh conference title in twelve years.
French students at the university have begun tutoring local middle school students at the Youth Life Foundation-Delmont in the french language and culture.
The School of Professional and Continuing Studies at University of Richmond is now offering one course per semester free for students at any home school.
Richmond APO members voted to change membership rules to include people who identify as gay or atheist at the 42nd Biennial National Convention in Anaheim, Calif.