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Some come for the beer, others come for the food, and others come to mingle. No matter the reason people choose to come, no one leaves Hardywood Park Craft Brewery's food truck night disappointed.
Every Thursday during the warmer months of the year, Hardywood hosts a plethora of food trucks--normally about 10--at their brewery to serve food in the parking lot beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Apart from the usual food options like burgers, pizza, and fried foods, there are also trucks that sell Asian infused tacos, ice cream, popsicles, and crepes.
We live in a culture that is grotesquely focused on "hooking up." Couples rarely date anymore, and the days of nice dinners and chivalry are long gone.
The NCAA's self-serving stranglehold on college sports and its so-called "student-athletes" have been seriously threatened.
Do you have a lot of things to say about current events, school happenings and other controversial issues?
After ten long months since the closing of the third season, Game of Thrones fans were finally able to satisfy their hunger last night with the airing of the season four premiere.
The Blue Goat is a restaurant right near campus on Grove Avenue. I have always heard great things about it but hadn't had the chance to try it until now, and I'm glad I did.
To the editor-in-chief of The Collegian:
Realize Human Trafficking Here, Now
The United Nations deems human trafficking a transnational crime, and political leaders have placed this issue with terrorism and drug trafficking as one of the "three evils". So why is it that many still do not treat the issue with the same gravity?
Happy almost Pig Roast! It seems as if every conversation we've had this week revolves around the "percentage of rain" that the iPhone weather app is reporting.
From a dusty field in Mafraq, Jordan, 7 miles from the Syrian border, I watched smoke trail through the sky from the bombs falling on a city in the distance.
The College Board recently announced, effective spring 2016, the SAT will be completely redesigned.
Recently, Barack Obama and Benjamin Netanyahu met to discuss a peace process between Israel and Palestine.
This article will not try to demonstrate that God does, in fact, exist. It will not even attempt to provide a compelling argument for believing in God.
Lately, three things have had the University of Richmond campus community buzzing. The first and most controversial is the article, published a couple of weeks ago in International Business Times, concerning the incendiary remarks by trustee Paul Queally, which we are all familiar with.
Well, this is it. After nearly 99 and a half years of printing, The Collegian as we know it is ending.
Last week I ended my time as editor-in-chief. This week's edition is brought to you under the direction of Clayton Helms, the new editor-in-chief of The Collegian.
Dear Paul Queally,
We were students at the University of Richmond at the same time and although we never met, I feel as if I know you.
President Ayers announced his resignation that will take effect in 2015. Trustee Paul Queally made controversial comments at a secret society meeting in New York City.
Ninety-two runners, grouped according to speed, gradually emerge from the woods on a dwindling, hilly trail marked by rocks and roots.
This is my last Opinions column as a member of The Collegian staff. I wanted to make it memorable for our readers, so, as I do most Wednesdays, I sat down yesterday to think of something new and groundbreaking to be mad about.
In the past several years, the rate of college students studying abroad has increased dramatically.