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Teresa Lewis, the first woman to be executed in Virginia since 1912, was put to death by lethal injection last Thursday.
In 2002 Lewis paid Matthew Shallenberger (her lover) and Rodney Fuller to kill her husband and stepson so she could collect their life insurance.
Shallenberger and Fuller were sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Our campus is absolutely phenomenal in every possible way. The grass is always neatly cut and maintained, flowers droop off of trees and bushes to the end of every perfectly constructed winding path and students are always exquisitely outfitted and flawlessly put-together.
Eight cases of simple and aggravated assault were reported to the University of Richmond police between Sept.
Imagine that a certain someone (me) walks up to the doors of Gottwald on a weekend. This person (me), being a bio major, expects to be able to get into an academic building after hours.
A slew of on-campus crimes at the University of Richmond were reported last weekend, ranging from assault to breaking and entering.
Three Richmond College students were victims of assault between 2 a.m.
Dear Collegian Staff,
I recently read Fiona Carmody's article entitled "Escaping tickets never seemed so impossible." I have so many problems with this article that I cannot type fast enough.
The most notable issue is Fiona's surprising willingness to admit and broadcast her erratic driving habits.
Last September, the probation officers of nine homeless men in Georgia ordered them to, in the words of the AP wire service, "live in the woods behind a suburban Atlanta office park." When the state government discovered this, Georgia promptly ordered them out.
More University of Richmond students are abusing prescription drugs, and experimenting with varieties of new recreational drugs, according to Richmond deans and police.
"Hearing a lot of kids commenting on it; K-12, K-2, some of that synthetic marijuana type," URPD Investigations Officer, Tim Mihalcoe, said.
April 7, 5:10 p.m. A Westhampton College student's black iPod was stolen from Jeter Hall and later returned.
At the recent forum to discuss the concern over Victoria Cobb receiving the award from Jepson, a fellow student said something to the effect of, "These comments come from the students' sadness; we don't feel safe here."
This got me thinking that I really don't feel safe here.
According to the Associated Press, legal definitions of burglary vary, but in general a burglary involves entering a building (not necessarily by breaking in) and remaining there unlawfully with the intention of committing a crime.
Larceny is the legal term for the wrongful taking of property.
Robert C. Dillard decided during his first job as a draftsman ? sitting at a drawing table doing building plans eight hours per day ? that he didn't want to spend the rest of his life cooped up inside.
"I wanted a job where I'd be outside and working with people," he said.
Westhampton College students and the WILL program are co-sponsoring Freedom Week from March 22 to March 26 to raise awareness of both domestic and international human trafficking.
The inspiration for this event stems from an impactful trip that junior Carter Quinley and senior Tran Doan took to Thailand.
Motor Vehicle Theft
Oct. 5, 10:40 a.m. A university-owned golf cart was stolen from X-lot.
A U.S. District judge has sentenced former University of Richmond men's tennis coach Steven Gerstenfeld to five years in prison after he pleaded guilty to attempted receipt of child pornography.
The sentence handed down Wednesday by Judge Henry E.
March 25, 2:54 p.m. -- "A Penis for Anne" was written in red crayon on the wall in Frederick Rehearsal Hall in the Modlin Center for the Arts.
March 28, 1:50 a.m.
Editor's Note: The following article is satirical in nature and should in no way be taken as truth.
A large party ended Saturday night with multiple arrests of Richmond and Westhampton students.
A party on the third floor of Gray Court overflowed into the halls Saturday night, prompting a massive response from the on-duty Resident Assistants.
Feb. 25, 3:19 p.m. -- A University of Richmond police officer was assaulted while serving a summons to a woman off campus in the City of Richmond.
Classes began this week, and I have no big complaints. I am in class primarily with undergraduates.
(Originally posted Feb. 1, 2009)
SEOUL, South Korea -- In November, a female student went missing at a university south of Seoul, and murder was suspected.