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Although Democrat Terry McAuliffe won the Virginia gubernatorial election, Democrat Ralph Northam won the lieutenant governor race and Republican Mark Obenshain will be the next attorney general, disillusionment was the big winner on Tuesday. Sorry: This isn't Nevada.
January 2011. Alex Wu rubbed his hands together in the winter air as he walked into a cheer gym, warming up for an intense night of tumbling. As he rushed up the steps to the gym, pumped with adrenaline, he had no idea that he would injure his ankle that night. A year later Wu, a Virginia Commonwealth University cheerleader, USA All-Star cheerleader and coach at Platinum Cheer Stars in Petersburg, Va., still hasn't recovered.
On the ninth floor of 503 Main St. in Richmond, behind door 901, is the small suite of Commonwealth Partnerships, a business started by University of Richmond alumni Andrew Ryan '06, Mike Gray '06 and Mark Hickman '07. Eight hundred eighty five miles away, Blair Brandt '10 sits in The Next Step Realty suite in Palm Beach, Fla., a quarter of a mile from the water, palm leaves shading his office window.
Dzzt. Dzzzt. Dzzzzt. The tip of the needle pokes 300 to 2,000 strokes per second. Droplets of blood come out. Ink goes in.
I'm in the air about 100 feet above the clear water of the James River. The pedestrian suspension bridge under Richmond's big, truck-noisy Lee Bridge leads me over to the sometimes eerie quiet of Belle Isle.
The University of Richmond's Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art is showcasing the Annual Student Exhibition in the Pickles Gallery located in the Modlin Center. The show closes Sunday, Sept. 25.
About 30 students per year visit the University of Richmond's Counseling and Psychological Services staff to seek treatment for anorexia or bulimia, according to Peter LeViness, director of CAPS.
Turn up your speakers to blare Mute Math's "Typical" and you'll get anything but that.
There was something missing when Heide Trepanier was studying biology as an undergraduate. She later found her niche in the abstract world of art.
George Saunders was born in Amarillo, Texas, in 1958 and was raised in Chicago. He originally thought he would join a rock band after high school, but two teachers influenced him to attend college. He graduated from Colorado School of Mines, a mineral engineering college, with a degree in Geophysical Engineering in 1981. He worked his first job in Sumatra, Indonesia as a field geophysicist and began writing stories during this time. He returned to the United States after two years, and held various jobs in Los Angeles, including slaughterhouse laborer, roofer, convenience store clerk and bar-band guitarist. He moved back to Texas, and was soon accepted into Syracuse University's Creative Writing Program. He met his wife, Paula, at Syracuse. Three weeks after he met her, he proposed, and they married in May 1987. In 1997, he accepted a teaching position in the Syracuse University creative writing program. He has been teaching there ever since, along with writing several works, including "The Braindead Megaphone," "CivilWarLand in Bad Decline," "In Persuasion Nation," and "The Very Persistent Gappers of Frip."