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The Richmond web reaches far. While we can't be at the place many of us have come to call home, we are still connected by our Spider spirit. As Dean Quiñones said, "Our closest held value at the Robins School is being student-centered. This current situation will challenge our ingenuity, adaptability, and cooperative spirit as we seek to live out this value in new ways."

In light of this new situation, the Robins School hopes to provide resources and information to help you navigate these uncharted waters. Revisit this page for weekly updates.

A Look Back on Senior Week

If you missed last week's senior reflections (or just want to read them again!), check out our video.

Resources for You

As the semester draws to an end, The Princeton Review offers some tips to help you get ready for final exams.

Boatwright Library has several resources online to help you close out the semester successfully. 

Virtually visit campus with these custom Zoom backgrounds

Companies are adjusting summer internship opportunities in this changing reality. Poets&Quants takes a look at how organizations are responding.

The National Association of College Employers (NACE) shares results of its quick poll which details how employers and colleges are adapting summer offerings.

Even though we're unable to experience all that Richmond has to offer in person, check out these virtual tours from wherever you find youself!

Robins School Executives in Residence remain available for one-on-one sessions by phone, email, or Zoom. These super mentors have decades of experience and are ready to provide advice, assistance, and partnership during this time. Find their contact information here and reach out today.

"When I reached out to one of our Executives in Residence, I knew it could help my career’s trajectory, but I did not expect to form a genuine mentor relationship. After just two meetings with Steve Aronson, I felt comfortable enough to stray from conversations about my career and speak with him casually about my day-to-day life. Steve has guided me tremendously, especially this spring, as I prepare for my summer internship." -Michael Procaccino, '21

Spider News

Robins Spiders are making the news and making a difference in their communities. Here's the latest from around the web! 

Two University of Richmond business school students were named to Poets&Quants' 100 Best and Brightest Class of 2020.

Griffiths Claire Griffiths
Business Administration, Concentrations in Finance, Economics, and International Business 
Lankler Hanna Lankler
Business Administration, Marketing Concentration

 Looking for some inspiration? Check out these two stories featured in our recent newsletter.

Orioli James Orioli, '21, is helping combat COVID-19 by providing tents for NYC hospitals
Emmett Shane Emmett, Executive in Residence and former CEO of Health Warrior, provides some words of wisdom about entrepreneurship in a time of crisis.

If you're looking to support local during this time of need, our Spider Businesses page has a list of Robins owned organizations for you to frequent.

Maia Linask, associate professor of economics, sits down with President Crutcher for an episode of Spider Talks to discuss trade policy and international relations.

Trade Policy and International Relations from University of Richmond on Vimeo.

Congratulations to the 2020-2021 Robins Student Government Association Officers!

Executive Board 

President: Maddie Hoffman
VP Administration: Rider Tuff
VP Student Affairs: Romie Tufaro
VP Finance: Luke Salvati


John Collier
Pete Columbia 
Luke Pojero
Will Troutman
Brock Cannon
Hannah Burke