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No matter what it is, it is your civic responsibility to develop an informed opinion about the threat of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, and what the United States should do about it. As our generation begins to enter the “real world,” the decisions being made about ISIS today will affect us for years to come. I am not telling you what to think about ISIS, I am saying to think about ISIS. If you are ill-informed now, then you will have no right to complain about the outcome in the future. Our generation is one that cannot be silenced, and being informed is the first step.
Brig. Gen. Mark Martins, chief prosecutor at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, visited University of Richmond on Thursday to decipher the intricacies of military law and explain his role at one of the world’s most notorious military bases.
The U.S. government’s decision to engage in military action is always emotionally charged. A variety of factors contribute to the tension that surrounds the high-level meetings in which such deliberations occur. Even in an age in which old norms relating to the making of war fade away, we need not look further than the lost American lives in Afghanistan and Iraq in order to understand the complexity of such decisions.
Lisa Hajjar, a sociologist from University of California, Santa Barbara, presented a lecture Feb. 24 discussing her research about the military commission trial at Guantanamo Bay for the men responsible for the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
When Kevin McCann was deployed to Sangin, Afghanistan in 2010, his role as a combat engineer required him to walk ahead of Marine platoons to "clear" the area of booby-traps and Improvised Explosive Devices (IED).
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4th Quarter 0:00-Final score 34-0 UR. Thanks for following along. You can read my thoughts in my Rapid Recap, which will be posted very soon.
Richmond football's 2012 season ended in bittersweet fashion. The Spiders vastly improved from 2011 and earned a share of the conference title, yet the team failed to make the FCS postseason tournament. This year, the Spiders have their eyes set on another conference title and more. Here is a brief summary on what you need to know about Richmond Spiders football heading into the 2013 season:
The Spiders remain undefeated after winning their fourth straight game to begin the season with a win over Virginia Military Institute on Wednesday.
The Richmond men's lacrosse team will play as a member the Atlantic Sun Conference when it begins Division-I play next spring, Richmond Director of Athletics Keith Gill announced on Monday.
The absence of University of Richmond President Edward Ayers and Athletic Director Jim Miller at the game was spineless and pathetic, said the angry father of one of the players of the men's soccer team. He refused to give his name to The Collegian in order to protect his son's reputation.
The men's track and field and men's soccer teams were officially cut in favor of men's lacrosse, which moves up to varsity from varsity club level.
Journalism Professor Robert Hodierne's Afghanistan military documentary, "Afghanistan: The Surge," is to be aired Thursday Sept. 20, at 10 p.m. on Richmond WDCE channel 23.
Richmond football used an explosive third quarter, in which the Spiders scored four touchdowns, to cruise past VMI in Lexington, Va., on Saturday. It was Richmond's second consecutive victory, giving the team momentum as they prepare to enter CAA conference play next week when they head to Atlanta, Ga., to take on Georgia State University.
LEXINGTON, Va. -- With four touchdowns in the third quarter, the Richmond Spiders turned a close game with a longtime rival into an opportunity to get the backups playing time.
Final Score: University of Richmond- 47, Virginia Military Institute- 6
4th Quarter, 0:00- This game comes to a close. Richmond- 47, VMI- 6.
Alexandra Hamlet, a University of Richmond graduate and Richmond, Va., native, will be returning to campus to sign copies of her first book, "The Right Guard," from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on April 5 in the Brown-Alley Room in Weinstein Hall.
Military families cheered courtside Sunday at the women's basketball game against the University of Virginia, in an appreciation program that honored the service of armed forces.