Calendar of Events
Now showing events from March 16, 2017 to March 17, 2017
- Agape FellowshipMar167:00 PM - 10:00 PMAgape Fellowship is a Christian ministry that, while welcoming anyone, is designed to bring minority students together to study the Bible and fellowship with one another. The leaders are strong believers that ministry is people and people need the gospel. College students face real life issues and they desperately need to experience real love - God’s agape love. Join us on Thursdays to... Continue reading
- Wendy Whelan, Brian Brooks, + Brooklyn Rider, Some of a Thousand WordsMar167:30 PMCo-commissioned by the Modlin Center for the Arts, the International Festival of Arts & Ideas, The Joyce Theater, and the Kentucky Center for the Arts, this new full-length work was created by former New York City Ballet star and principal dancer Wendy Whelan and dancer and choreographer Brian Brooks. This new work of solos and duets represents a continuation... Continue reading
- Campus VisitMar179:45 AM - 12:00 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
- The Status and Future of Healthcare Reform [Brown Bag Discussion]Mar1712:30 PM - 1:25 PMPlease join the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement for this week's Brown Bag discussion on healthcare. Panelists Dr. Tracy Roof, Associate Professor of Political Science, and Dr. Rick Mayes, Professor of Political Science, will be speaking about the current status of healthcare policy in the U.S.A., and what policy changes may mean for our country. Pizza will be provided.
- Muslim Life-Jumah PrayerMar171:00 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 VisitMar172:15 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
- Film: Persepolis (France)Mar173:00 PM - 9:15 PMDir. Marjane Satrapi & Vincent Paronnaud, France, 2007, 96 min. A brilliant animated adaptation of Marjane Satrapi’s graphic memoir, told with subversive humor and piercing insight. Growing up in Tehran during the Iranian Revolution, rebellious Marji discovers a love of punk rock, and becomes an outspoken critic of the fundamentalist regime. As she witnesses the transformation of her... Continue reading
- Marshall Center Lecture Series: Stephen B. PresserMar174:30 PM - 5:30 PMThe Jepson School of Leadership Studies' Marshall Center Lecture Series presents Stephen B. Presser, Raoul Berger Professor of Law Emeritus at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, for a lecture on Are American Law Professors Sabotaging the Rule of Law?, on Friday, March 17 at 4:30 p.m. in the Weinstein Hall, Brown-Alley Room. The event is free and open to the public but... Continue reading
- Jewish Life - Shabbat on the TownMar175:00 PM - 9:00 PMJoin Jewish Life for Shabbat on the Town as we visit a local congregation to celebrate Shabbat. Rides will be arranged from the University, and we will enjoy a community meal at a local restaurant following services. All are welcome, but advanced sign up is required. Registration will open soon, and please feel free to contact Josh Jeffreys, Interim Jewish Life Advisor, with any questions or... Continue reading
- Kodo, DADAN 2017Mar177:30 PM - 10:00 PMExploring the limitless possibilities of the traditional Japanese taiko drum, Kodo is forging new directions for a vibrant, living art form. In Japanese, the word “kodo” conveys two meanings. Firstly, “heartbeat,” the primal source of all rhythm. The sound of the great taiko is said to resemble a mother’s heartbeat as felt in the womb, and it... Continue reading