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Connor Flanagan, '18

Hometown: Staten Island, NY

Major: Business Administration 

Minor/Concentration: Finance & Psychology

Activities: Bonner Scholar, Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Honor Council, SMIF

Fun Fact: I have backpacked in 2 of the 3 major U.S. Mountain Ranges

Advice to UR Students: Enjoy your time here and take on every opportunity that presents itself. It is better to say yes and have a lot to do than say no and wish you did more.

Devika Jhunjhunwala, '19

Hometown: Calcutta, India

Major: Economics

Minor/Concentration: Math/Finance

Activities: Westhampton College Student Government, Head Resident Assistant, Speech Consultant, Senior Vice President of Delta Sigma Pi, swimming, eating

Fun Fact: I have visited 19 cities in a year. Bonus: I won an ice-cream eating competition in high school.

Advice to UR Students: Try new things because you have the time and opportunity to do so now. Whatever you do, ensure you are moving forward! 

Aidan Joseph Judge, '18

Hometown: Bronx, NY

Major: Business Administration

Minor/Concentration: Finance, Economics, Math 

Activities: Sigma Phi Epsilon Finance Chair, RSB SGA President, APO Community Service Fraternity, Best Buddies, Men's Rugby Club

Fun Fact: All four of my grandparents were born in Ireland.

Advice to UR Students: Do a May Term or online summer classes to free up your schedule early on so that you can explore a wider breadth of classes and not be too time crunched.

Noah Maggin, '18

Hometown: Greenwich, CT

Major: Business Administration

Minor/Concentration: Marketing

Activities: UR Relay For Life, Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity

Fun Fact: In 2014, I hiked the Salkantay Trek near Cusco, Peru to an elevation of 15,000 feet and down into the Incan city of Machu Picchu.

Advice to UR Students: Make the most of the time that you have here at UR. Take advantage of every and all academic, social, and career opportunities while in college. In terms of career networking, never quit — stay persistent.

Hunter Mezzetti, '18

Hometown: Matawan, NJ

Major: Accounting

Minor/Concentration: LALIS

Activities: International orientation advisor, student research assistant, planning on becoming involved in the Accounting Society

Fun Fact: I used to bowl while I was in high school, and I have shot two perfect (300) games.

Advice to UR Students: If something interests you, pursue it. 

Virginia Myers, '18

Hometown: Darien, CT

Major: Business Administration 

Minor/Concentration: Marketing & Management on the Entrepreneurship Track

Activities: Alpha Kappa Psi, Entrepreneurship Club, Kappa Alpha Theta, Spoon University

Fun Fact: I'm a food enthusiast. Check out my Instagram, @eatstagrama, where I showcase drool-worthy photos of food to my 13,000 followers.

Advice to UR students: Take advantage of every opportunity that meets your path – both inside and outside of the classroom. 

Rachael Overland, '19

Hometown: Brookfield, WI

Major: Business Administration 

Minor/Concentration: Finance & Management

Activities: Alpha Kappa Psi, Resident Assistant, RSBGA Senator, Intern at Pfizer, Lacrosse Official, Athletics PR Student Worker

Fun Fact: When I was 10, I was hit by lightning.

Advice to UR Students: Don't be afraid to take some risks and find out what you are truly passionate about. Take advantage of the resources that UR and the BSchool have to offer! The professors, career advisers, and faculty all want to see you succeed no matter what concentration or major.

Kayla Truong, '18

Hometown: Houston, TX

Major: Accounting

Activities: President of Alpha Kappa Psi, Senator in Robins School of Business Student Government Association, Speech Center Consultant, Student Ambassador for Admissions, Accounting Society

Fun Fact: Obsessed with all dogs especially my own dog, a Shiba Inu named Sirius!

Advice to UR Students: Take advantage of all the opportunities that the University of Richmond gives you to expand your network and grow as a person. It's okay if you don't know what you want to major in or where you want to work, but now's the time to start figuring it out, and attending the Q-Series is one of the best ways to do so. 

Robins School of Business

1 Gateway Road
University of Richmond, VA 23173
(804) 289-8550

For internships and job opportunities, employers are encouraged to contact:
Megan Wallace
Director of Business Development
Office of Alumni and Career Services
mwallac2@richmond.edu
HireSpiders website
(804) 289-8729