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It is an incredibly exciting time at the University of Richmond. I hold this sentiment to the same extent today as when I decided to apply here as an early decision applicant and as when I first arrived here as a freshman in August of 2011.
Richmond continues to be an exciting place and I find new reasons every day.
The King of Hearts concert, which took place Feb. 22 in Camp Concert Hall, was a brilliant performance form the a cappella groups from Cristopher Newport University (Expansion), George Washington University (Troubadors) and University of Richmond (Choeur du Roi).
Up first was Expansion from Christopher Newport.
For the past week, the University of Richmond community has dealt with the comments of Paul Queally.
In 1998, Matthew Shepard, a 21-year-old University of Wyoming student, was brutally murdered in Laramie, Wyo., because he was gay.
Dear members of the university community:
Since the news of trustee Paul Queally's comments broke in International Business Times (Feb.
I, like many of you, am sad, frustrated, and hurt by recent homophobic and sexist jokes made by a member of our community.
Fraternity pledging, football, a Glee Club--the news could easily run in this issue of The Collegian.
This Wednesday I stumbled upon an article in Richmond's Style Weekly magazine covering the Feb. 8 convention of the Libertarian Party of Virginia.
If you are a current University of Richmond student, a member of its campus community or merely an interested alum, it is highly likely that you are familiar with the name Paul Queally.
On a campus where the right name can carry a lot of weight, Mr. Queally's has made as great of a recent impression as any.
With Thursday classes canceled and a projected up to 6 inches of snow, there are more than enough reasons for UR students to celebrate.
It's been an open secret around the University of Richmond campus that there is a push to put a student on the board of trustees.
In the wake of the sports cuts and Ring Dance change controversies these past two years, there seems no better time than now to push for greater student representation in the secretive machinations of university government.
The University of Richmond has an incredibly beautiful campus. It's been said before, but we truly live in a college brochure.
The Magpie has been on my list of restaurants to try for a long time. It was not at all what I expected, but I really enjoyed it.
It's that time of year: Friends and acquaintances have returned from other nations with stories to tell and souvenirs to share.
Why am I already thinking about summer? Gloves are still a nearly everyday accessory for me, but what I'll be doing during the muggy months ahead is already weighing on my mind.
I've heard tons of good reviews about the relatively new burger place in town called Burger Bach, and finally had a chance to try it this past weekend.
Winter's in the air and on the ground at University of Richmond, but snow isn't the only white stuff coating campus these days.
Why? That was the first question that came to my mind when I saw the front page article about Zach Jesse.
You will find two window decals on my Nissan Versa. One is a University of Richmond shield. The other is Berklee College of Music's logo.
Last week's front-page story of The Collegian raised some troubling questions, to say the least. It was a shock to me to find out that this university's law school had not only admitted a registered sex offender who had plead guilty to aggravated sexual battery, but had given him its most prestigious scholarship.
My colleagues Katie Conklin and Richard Arnett, who spent weeks reporting this story, and my editors expected to receive a lot of feedback.