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I've only been writing for the opinion section of The Collegian for seven weeks, but this is my last column. Looking back on four years at this university, I decided to write about etiquette that matters more than where you smoke or what you eat. Rather, how you deal with your soul.
Walking to class at 7:30 a.m. can be a pretty solitary experience. It's often cold (especially this winter), and usually the only other humans we see are a few class-goers. Oh, and a lot of athletes, many of whom started their days between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m., before the sun got up.
Since the beginning of time, people have been eating: apples, pears, TV dinners and frozen pizzas.
Ever set your clean clothes in a glob of glue-like detergent that's been lying in wait on top of the washing machine?
According to my estimations, the University of Richmond was the landing pad for more than 18 inches of snow during the past week and a half. Which of course covered at least five or six miles of roads, paths and sidewalks, much of which quickly turned icy as the temperatures dropped.
On Monday I spent approximately an hour and 15 minutes trudging through the snow, to and from class, the Pier, the library, the dining hall, the gym, North Court and X-lot. For me, this is a typical day. For you, I'm guessing it's not far off.
D-Hall, n. - the place where we all eat, unless you're at the Pier. Frequently, it's crowded at popular meal times such as noon and 6 p.m. The workers swiping cards are sometimes friendly, but sometimes grumpy from years of doing the same thing. The food is pretty good, but tiring after four years. The meatballs are fabulous and the company is great, assuming you like your friends.
Picture this: You're waiting in line at the Pier the person behind you is undoubtedly too close, and the girl in front is probably holding up the line while she texts her four BFFs about all her homework. During your wait, the bagel in the toaster goes up in flames while its owner flirts with the girl from his French class. The smoke sends you into an asthma attack. Quickly, you and your Converse sneaks run out those awesome new sliding glass doors, into the fresh air.
The following is an interview with the Rev. Craig T. Kocher, the University of Richmond's new chaplain, appointed in July from Duke University.
The University of Richmond's two-year search for a chaplain ended this summer when the Rev. Craig Kocher was named the university's third official chaplain.
The second finalist for university chaplain met with a full room of students, faculty and alumni Thursday afternoon and emphasized the importance of interfaith dialogue, interdependency and inclusion at the University of Richmond.
The first of two candidates for the university's chaplain position spoke to about 60 students, faculty and alumni Tuesday afternoon, citing his vision for the chaplaincy as a place where all students would feel welcomed and supported.
Last February, Arizona Cardinals' rookie running back Tim Hightower was finishing his degree at the University of Richmond.
The men's soccer team finished its season with a win, one of three this year, but looking back on the whole season, luck just didn't bounce toward the Spiders this year, assistant coach Matt O'Toole said.
Next Saturday, the Spiders will kick off their season with a home opener against Randolph-Macon College at 8 p.m. - the first of 31 scheduled regular season games.
The University of Richmond's women's cross-country team won the Atlantic 10 Championship, and the men's team took third Saturday in Charlotte, N.C.
The men's soccer has gone into five overtimes and ended in three ties in its last five games while working to get into the Atlantic 10 Tournament, at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Nov. 13, 14 and 16.
The Spider football team played in front of its largest home crowd this season last weekend, despite playing the No. 1 ranked James Madison University Dukes during fall break when many students had left school.
The women's golf team will host its annual Spider Fall Invitational at Independence Golf Club in Midlothian, Va., during fall break on Oct. 13 and 14.
A University of Richmond marketing class is getting hands-on experience while it develops several potential marketing schemes for a Merle Norman makeup studio that's expected to open in The Shops at Willow Lawn on Oct. 13.