Calendar of Events
Now showing events from February 10, 2017 to February 11, 2017
- Muslim Life-Jumah PrayerFeb101:00 PM - 2:00 PMJumah Prayer is held each Friday in the Inter-Religious Prayer Room located in the Wilton Center. All are invited to attend.
- Campus VisitFeb102:15 PM - 4:30 PMGeared toward prospective students and their families, the campus visit offers a general introduction to the University of Richmond, providing information on academics, student life, the application process, and financial aid. The visit typically includes a 30-minute information session conducted by an admission officer and a 90-minute walking tour led by a current student. Be sure to dress in... Continue reading
- ChinaFest: Zinnia FlowerFeb103:00 PM - 4:45 PMDir. Tom Lin, Taiwan, 2015, 96 min. Based on the director’s own personal experience of coping with loss, tragedy strikes Yu Wei and Shin Min when a multi-car collision claims both of their mates. Yu turns to drugs and alcohol to numb his pain; Shin seeks solace in activities once shared with her late fiancé. A silent glance between the two strangers during a bus ride reveals an unspoken... Continue reading
- Jewish Life - Welcoming ShabbatFeb105:30 PM - 6:30 PMAs a ritual and communal practice, we welcome Shabbat every Friday at 5:30pm. Here we light the candles, drink the wine, eat challah, and say blessings over it all. In addition, we sing, share stories, laugh, and celebrate. All are welcome!
- Production Studies III ShowcaseFeb107:30 PMHighlighting provocative contemporary theatre, the PS III Showcase is the culmination of two years of intense theatre study, PS III students select, produce, direct, and design a fully mounted, full-length play under the guidance of department faculty. Whatever play the PS III students choose to produce, it promises to be a compelling, entertaining, and thought- provoking evening of theatre.
- ChinaFest: Wolf TotemFeb107:30 PM - 9:45 PMDir. Jean-Jacques Annaud, China, 2015, 121 min. In an adaptation of Lü Jiamin‘s bestseller, a young Chinese language instructor during the Cultural Revolution is sent to Mongolia to teach among the nomadic herding population. He soon becomes the pupil of his hosts when a government edict to thin the wolf population threatens the balance of the food chain. The ecosystem is put in further... Continue reading
- Sophomore Scholars and Living-Learning Interview DayFeb119:00 AM - 5:00 PMStudents who have applied for a living-learning or Sophomore Scholars (SSIR) community for the 2017–18 academic year, go through a 15–minute interview with the faculty. Interview information is sent to students who apply. For more information, visit the Office of the Living-Learning Programs.
- A&S NEXTFeb119:30 AM - 3:30 PMWhat can I do with my major? * Will I get a job? * What’s next?... Continue reading
- ChinaFest: Street AngelFeb1110:30 AM - 12:00 PMDir. Yuan Muzhi, China, 1937, 91 min. Fleeing the war in Northeast China, sisters Hong and Yun seek refuge in Shanghai, but end up oppressed by their adoptive parents. Both girls are forced into work—Yun as a prostitute. When it is discovered that Hong is to be sold to a wealthy patron, the sisters escape with the help of some unlikely counterparts. Melodrama and comedy are mixed to fine... Continue reading
- OAR Skiing & Snowboarding TripFeb111:00 PM - 12:00 AMJoin Outdoor Adventure and Recreation (OAR) program on Saturday, February 11, from 1 pm - Midnight, for an evening of skiing or snowboarding! Wintergreen Resort has a slope for everyone!... Continue reading