Many introductory biology courses visit cemeteries to learn about human survivorship and principles of population dynamics, but this semester the University of Richmond’s Integrated Biological Principles II course (Biology 202)  has combined this classic lab with community service. Taught by Kristine Grayson, Jory Brinkerhoff, Malcom Hill, and Emily Boone, the labs visited East End Cemetery, a historic African-American cemetery in Eastern Richmond to clear away vegetation and other debris from the gravestones. Recently, the project was a featured story on the University of Richmond’s website. Click here to read the article!