Losses Take Toll, But Grad Never Gives Up

Renee Richardson, a staff member in Judaic Studies and longtime UC employee, was once told she would never graduate from college. This year, she graduates with her second bachelor’s degree. On top of her work and academic demands, she has faced one loss after another, including the murder of one of her sons in Indianapolis.

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