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During the past six months, there have been some changes at Richmond. Have you been paying attention?
The university's website states that, "The coordinate college system is one of the most distinctive features of the University of Richmond," and I couldn't agree more. As a tour guide, I often face the challenge of explaining the benefits of gender-separated colleges to prospective students and their families, and I constantly find myself having to correct their idea of the real world. In the real world, I tell them, you live with only one gender.
To begin I would like to thank The Collegian for the piece it published last week called, "Traditions exist for a reason" by Thomas Neale, because the public voicing of opinions of the many people who comprise the University of Richmond community can only serve to broaden and diversify discussions pertinent to the school. But I must be honest with you, Mr. Neale.
On Tuesday night CNN taped a post-State of the Union show on campus. It was a response to the address from a group of local Richmond residents hosted by Erin Burnett, and I was asked by the PR department to help set up and take down the set.
Simply, Zach Lager is my roommate of three years from college and one of my best friends (and I'm sure others would say the same). But so what?
The following is an interview with Katie Bell, '07, associate director of regional initiatives. What did you study at University of Richmond and what were your post-graduation plans? I double-majored in journalism and leadership studies.
I am the father of a Class of 2010 alumna. My daughter loved her time at Richmond. She graduated summa cum laude, was a three-year officer on the Honor Council and became editor of The Collegian her senior year.
Q I love my girlfriend a lot. I really do. But lately she's been hanging out with a new group that seems to have inspired in her an "all natural" phase, where she's decided that deodorant and strong soaps are simply out of the question.
You know that brief moment in "Tarzan" when he is flying through the air between vines? That's basically been my life for the last five years. Like many of you, I left my family and friends to start college in Richmond.
Civil rights trampled, procedural rules ignored and voting privileges denied and restricted. It may sound like the government of Zimbabwe or Russia, but this is instead the usual business of the Virginia General Assembly, which is now in its spring 2013 session. Virginia politicians have already successfully lived up to the underhanded and discriminatory legacy of their predecessors, and this year's session is not even halfway over. It began on a high note, with Gov.
The Spider Way: In Print highlights the career path of UR alumni. For additional career advice and tips, visit spiderway.wordpress.com or call Career Services at (804) 289-8547 to make an appointment. The following is an interview with Rebecca Goldberg, an '05 Richmond grad who now works as the Global Corporate Merchandising Manager for Coach, Inc. What did you study at University of Richmond, and what were your post-graduation plans? I majored in political science and Spanish because the professors in those departments were stimulating and engaging.
Are you tired of needing four layers to make it to class in the morning? Do you miss feeling your fingers, toes and other extremities?
Due to laziness, living in the United States of YOLO, and me being one of the more popular girls on campus, my roommates and I have been hosting some apartment parties lately.
To The Collegian and Members of the UR Community, I am writing in regard to my comments toward Dr. Ayers in the article, "Students protest reconfiguration at Board of Trustees luncheon." My comments were taken out of context and were inappropriately personal.
I spent my time this weekend having e-versations with students, faculty and staff regarding the recent Collegian article. I am a firm believer that successful law enforcement is based on transparency, and I wanted to share with you my position. A planned rally was to be held at the time of the trustees meeting, the rally was advertised through social media, local media and was an open invitation to attend.
On November 19th, I had the pleasure of attending a student research presentation by Dana McLachlin, Class of 2014.
With the end of classes and final exams looming, everyone dreams of winter break. While most students are looking forward to sleeping in and catching up on TV shows missed throughout the semester, winter break also provides an opportunity to think and plan for the next step: jobs, internships, graduate school.
Q: I'm dating an international student who was studying abroad here last semester. We met when I was an OA and have been together ever since.