University of Richmond Magazine


Revival instinct
Rick Hudson, R’77, has spent a lifetime working to save freshwater turtles and tortoises from extinction and restore their numbers in the wild.
October 17, 2022
Curriculum Vitae
Ungrading
What happens when a professor stops putting grades on her students’ papers?
October 14, 2022
Research
A new legacy?

Scrutiny of sports events played on a world stage is making them a force for change.

October 24, 2022
Q&A
Homecoming
Displacement by violence raises difficult questions for refugees — including whether they can or want to return home after what they’ve gone through.
October 17, 2022
Postscript
UR achieves its 75th student Fulbright award
UR has its 75th student Fulbright recipient.
October 24, 2022
#spiderfamily
Lean on me
Spider friends are rallying behind Tim Peters, ’12, as he faces life-changing medical challenges.
October 23, 2022
Mental Health
My life is not just mine
Trân Thu Đoàn, ’10, has the chance to pursue her dreams because of courageous choices her parents made.
October 23, 2022
Legacy
A lasting love
John, B’58, and Burrell Williams, W’55, Stultz had a lifelong love for each other and their alma mater.
October 22, 2022
Back Then
How high can you go?
When a Soviet high jumper broke a world record on campus in 1977, he also challenged the technique dominating his sport.
September 25, 2022
Business
Team philosophy endures
“Sales is like being an athlete — showing up prepared, putting in the work when no one is looking,” says sales executive J.R. Purnell, ’02.

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