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The night Mitt Romney picked Paul Ryan to be his running mate is etched into the memory of Tripp Wellde, a 2006 graduate of Richmond. Just off work after a round of campaign-strategy meetings in Chicago, he was just about to take his first sip of beer when his phone started buzzing.
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.
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.
The announcement that Barack Obama will serve a second term as U.S. president after beating challenger Mitt Romney warranted a mixed reaction from the University of Richmond community on Tuesday.
Virgil Goode, a 1969 Richmond College graduate, who is running for president as the Constitution Party nominee, may take support away from Mitt Romney here in Virginia.
Here we are. Election Day 2012. Tomorrow, you'll wake up and either wear a righteous smirk or a miserable frown to your 9 a.m. That's because by then, you'll know who won the Presidential Election --- hopefully.
Political science professors Ernest McGowen and Daniel Palazzolo led a forum to inform the campus community about the coming presidential election.
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. Before graduating last May from Richmond Law, I had the privilege of having Gov. Kaine as a professor. Anyone who has had the privilege of meeting him can appreciate that he is a true public servant. As a new lawyer, I am inspired by his work early in his career as a civil rights attorney, especially his work representing plaintiffs in cases of housing discrimination.
Earlier this year, the Associated Press reported on a study using Current Population Survey data provided by the Labor Department. It determined that 53.6 percent of bachelor's degree-holders under the age of 25 are either underemployed or jobless. The same study found that many of those who were underemployed were in positions that did not require a high school diploma, much less a bachelor's degree. If this does not scare your pants off after four years at the University of Richmond, then nothing will.
I support Barack Obama for many reasons, but I will only touch on a few of these reasons due to time constraints.
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.
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.
Nov. 6 will be like every other Tuesday for sophomore Paige Hagopian. She said she plans to go to class, study in the library and work out at the gym.
The Nation, an opinion journal featuring analysis on politics and culture, announced on Oct. 15 that University of Richmond junior Erik Lampmann had placed in the final round of its student writing contest for his essay, "For the Sake of Democracy, We Need Electoral Reform."
UPDATE: The Sunday night live broadcast of "NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt" on campus has been canceled due to Hurricane Sandy, according to an e-mail sent by Brian Eckert, Richmond's media relations director. "Today" will broadcast from campus no matter the weather conditions. Audience members are asked to arrive at Stern Plaza after 6 a.m. The program will be shot live from 8- 9 a.m. Sunday.
Gov. Mitt Romney, Republican Presidential Candidate, will be speaking at a rally inside the Robins Center at the University of Richmond this Sunday, with doors opening at 2:15 p.m. and the rally starting at 4:15 p.m.
CHARLOTTE, N.C.-- Picking the site of a political convention, where parties officially nominate their candidates for President, takes a great deal of careful thought. The choice of Charlotte, N.C. by Barack Obama and the Democratic Party highlights a renewed focus on the "blue South."
Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan addressed a crowd of supporters at Richmond International airport on Friday, making his first campaign stop after the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla.
With Virginia being one of the key swing states in this year's presidential election, students and faculty at the University of Richmond met to discuss the election process, different ways to become involved and the need for everyone to vote.