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I wish I'd had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me. In a recent article published by "The Guardian" called "Top five regrets of the dying," this was cited as the most common regret of all, according to an Australian nurse who cared for patients during the last 12 weeks of their lives.
When I read this, I thought: Of course.
Read more about the Vagina Monologue performances here.
The chairs were set up, music was playing and the lights were set to a colorful hue. Women wearing black and red walked around and were preparing to talk about one topic for the evening: vaginas.
"I bet you're worried.
"The Vagina Monologues," written by Eve Ensler, will be performed at 9 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13 as well as Feb.
"It is the aestheticizing of social difference that has led to discrimination in today's society," professor Shannon Winnubst from Ohio State University said at a speech on Monday.
Her speech titled, "Hot Pink Dresses or 'Adam Smith' Ties?" discussed the "queer" challenge faced by many people in a neoliberal's world.
Two weeks into his final semester at Richmond, Geoff Weathersby has already raised more than $6,000 toward a memorial scholarship fund for his father, Terry Weathersby, using only social media.
4th Quarter, 0:00- The clock hits double zero with the final score: UR 10, UDel 24.
4th Quarter, 1:29- Delaware starting to run out the clock on its inevitable victory.
4th Quarter, 3:03- The Blue Hens defense ends any hope of a Richmond comeback, hitting Corp from behind and forcing a fumble, which a Delaware defender picks up at its own 30.
4th Quarter, 3:33- Gray makes a tiptoe catch along the sideline to pick up 17 yards to the UDel 31.
2nd Half, 0:00- Game and season come to a close for the Richmond Spiders. Final score: UR 0, Cuse 2.
2nd Half, 2:34- Richmond awarded its first penalty corner in a while, but fail to get a shot off.
2nd Half, 3:58- Chances looking slim for a Richmond comeback, but the Spiders won't hang their head after the season they've had.
2nd Half, 8:23- Barry makes a nice pass across the box, and Ostoich runs in to try to put a stick on it, but is unable get there in time.
2nd Half, 11:24- Syracuse showing why it's the No.
4th Quarter, 0:00- The kick is up and good. Towson players and coaches rush onto the field to congratulate their kicker, as Richmond falls, 31-28.
4th Quarter, 0:04- Richmond now calls a timeout of its own, attempting to ice the kicker.
4th Quarter, 0:04- Towson calls a timeout with the ball at the 11-yard line.
4th Quarter, 0:00- The clock runs out, and JMU wins by a final score of 31-7. The Dukes up its record to 4-1 (2-0 CAA), while the Spiders fall to 3-2 (0-2 CAA).
4th Quarter, 3:19- Even the JMU band is starting to leave the stands, as the Dukes look to run out the clock on this inevitable victory.
4th Quarter, 8:24- JMU tacks on another three points, adding a 44-yard field goal to up its lead to 31-7.
Final -- Richmond takes its first loss of the season, with New Hampshire winning, 45-43.
4th Quarter, 0:26 -- Richmond initially looked like they recovered the onside kick, but a New Hampshire player comes up with the ball.
4th Quarter, 1:31- Spiders go for it again on 4th down, this time needing to pick up 5 yards, but are unsuccessful this time around, turning the ball over to the Wagner offense.
4th Quarter, 3:35- Spiders go for it on 4th and 1 near the Wagner redzone and Gaskins bursts through a hole down the middle to pick up the first down.
4th Quarter, 6:39- Surprisingly, Richmond continuing to throw the ball.
12:01 p.m.: Obama has just finished his speech, crowd on its feet.
12 p.m.: Obama getting crowd on its feet by asking them to contact its representatives by any means to pass his bill.
11:54: Obama says that there needs to be more than the American Jobs Act.
The kick falls short and that gives the Spiders the victory, 23-21, their first over an FBS opponent since 2009, also Duke.
With 5 seconds left, Duke looks to line up for a 60-yard field goal attempt.
The punt rolls out of bounds at Duke's 37.
University of Richmond is keeping up with technology in its latest program, the iPad initiative.
This fall, three Richmond faculty members will use Apple's latest invention, the iPad 2, in their classrooms as learning aids.
At first glance, the website for the Digital Scholarship Lab looks unaffiliated with the University of Richmond.
University of Richmond assistant professor of psychology David Landy received a $1.12 million U.S.
Richmond is moving to Google Apps Education Edition over several phases from May 9, 2011, through June 1, 2011.
Greg Miller, manager of network services, said that he, Troy Boroughs, assistant vice president of systems and networks, and Kathy Monday, vice president for information services, made the decision in the middle of March to migrate to Google Apps after preparing the transition for months.
"All three of us didn't decide on our own," Miller said.
Last October Dr. Pauline Chen published an article, "Medical Student Distress and the Risk of Doctor Suicide," in The New York Times about suicide rates among physicians and medical students.
She defined the difference between burnout and depression, two conditions that medical students are proven to become afflicted with at higher rates than their peers.
"Faces of Communism," a student-filmed documentary featuring first-person accounts of Bulgarians' memories of communism, will be shown at 4 p.m.