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People say that college is supposed to be the best four years of our lives.
And yes, rarely if ever again will we have access to an all-you-can-eat dining hall, a free gym or the time to take a course merely to learn the intricate facets of Lady Gaga's personal life.
There's a new, hotshot broom sport, and frankly, it's a lot more exciting to watch.
Lifted straight from the pages of the popular Harry Potter series, Quidditch is now an official club sport at more than 300 universities and high schools in the U.S., according to the website of the International Quidditch Association, the sport's governing body.
Virginia liberals, a group that includes many Richmond students, had two victories to celebrate after last week's election.
I set foot on campus for the first time in 2007; a gawky kid who wore Target-brand tube socks with sneakers and was blissfully unaware that, unlike his native Australia, America had not embraced jean shorts as a sensible, everyday fashion choice.
The question, "Is Hurricane Sandy a sign of climate change?" has a familiar refrain: isolated, single events cannot be tied to the climate, because climate is a region's typical, average weather over time.
But Sandy has forced the hand of those who are dealing with its aftermath.
A few weeks ago, I had to take a long train ride.
As the train pulled out of the station, the lady next to me struck up a conversation.
As a Law School faculty member who has experience with both Gov. Kaine and Sherrie Harrington, I feel compelled to respond to the opinion column by Gray Delany.
While I have no knowledge of the circumstances surrounding their hiring, the suggestion that a university would hire a faculty member to give a "cushy job" to a staff member is, quite simply, absurd.
Further, in the entire time that they have been working at the law school, I have never seen either demonstrate an "air of superiority" or treat anyone with disrespect.
In fact, absent prior knowledge, one would never know that they are a former governor and his longtime staff member.
They say character is defined by how you treat those who cannot do anything to help you. By this measure, in my experience with them, Tim Kaine and Sherrie Harrington exemplify those noble characters worthy of envy and praise.
I am a Richmond Law graduate who had the distinct pleasure and honor of being Gov.
My fellow teammates and I are up against a formidable force in our fight to reestablish our team on this wonderful campus.
With respect to myself, I have not once on this long, hard journey entertained the idea of accommodation.
The "Daddy Story" takes place in the Richmond "bubble," an imaginary world where leaders are exempt from accountability and dollars trump the truth.
I know I can do it this time. I walk into D-hall, select a plate, place it on a tray and start heading for the broccoli.
Dear President Ayers:
Today is a day where all Americans get the chance to express their opinions at the ballot box.
After his term ended as the 70th governor of Virginia, Tim Kaine continued his lifelong dedication to education as a professor at University of Richmond.
Earlier this year, the Associated Press reported on a study using Current Population Survey data provided by the Labor Department.
I support Barack Obama for many reasons, but I will only touch on a few of these reasons due to time constraints.
Throughout this election cycle, we have been told over and over how the economy is the most important issue in this election.
I'm not sure about you, but I was more passionate about following news of Hurricane Sandy than I have ever been about this election.
This will be the first presidential election in which I can vote, and I am still a little unsure about whether it will be worth it to wake up early next Tuesday.
It's almost a cliche to say it at this point, but the magic surrounding Barack Obama has faded.
Richmond has brought in many notable professors from a number of diverse fields that have gained recognition for the university and enhanced the academic experience for the students.
This is because these professors choose to become part of the Richmond family instead of holding an air of superiority over the students and faculty.
When people ask me why I decided to become an education leader, I tell them about Jeremy.
I met Jeremy shortly after I graduated from the University of Richmond.
Oh, Halloween. It's strange to think that you were only yesterday, because we college children have been celebrating the Skittles out of you for a week now.
Like all other Westhampton freshmen, I was informed about the changes to the Ring Dance tradition recently.
Personally, I didn't think it was a huge deal, as I wasn't well-versed in the traditions of UR before I came here.