Women's professional basketball thrives in Europe, drawing even WNBA players during their offseason. Go inside the leagues with Spider stand-out Kristina King, ’14, whose play has earned her a spot with Team USA at a tournament in Taipei, Taiwan, this summer.
Learning to Swim
After tragedy, the way forward may be unclear, but the urgent need for one another becomes clearer than ever.
Photographs by David Van Gelder
The 30th annual Spring Dance Concert put student creativity in dance, choreography, and lighting on full display. The evening also saw the premieres of two original pieces by professional choreographers, including Norbert De La Cruz III.
Photograph by Stanley Leary
Comfort, comfort, ye
Dorie Griggs is called to a ministry hell-bent on comforting those who see the worst of humanity.
Photographs by Daniel Yoo, '18
Humans of Richmond
All across campus, Daniel Yoo, '18, has been asking the people he encounters to pose for photos and tell him their stories. The experience "has added a lot of depth to how I see people here," he says.
Photograph by Gordon Schmidt
Just the right note
The longstanding partnership between the University and the Richmond Symphony bore more fruit this spring: the first piece commissioned through the symphony's new Musical Shares program. Our own Ben Broening composed the inaugural piece.