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I am not a controversial person. I tend to make my home on the middle-ground, appease both sides, be a uniter and not a divider. That is why I promise to never use vulgar language in my column. I refuse to appeal to the lowest base, I refuse to run the risk of alienating the general public. I refuse to drop the F-bomb. Yes, my fellow students — I will never, EVER, utter the word "Festivus."
The shuffle on my iPod can predict the future. How's that for an opening hook?
People take themselves too seriously sometimes. Everything's so important, so crucial, so consequential.
You never realize how life-shatteringly dependent we all are on our cell phones until you lose it for a few hours. Story time!
For those of you hoping to start your weekend out on the right foot, here's some good news to get you going: After four long years of silence, Blink 182 has decided to reunite and record a new album.
I don't go to D-Hall too much these days. Blame it on the "trayless everydays" scare, the long lunch lines or maybe that the Mongolian Grill has lost much of its luster after three years. But when I happened by for a quick bite this past week, I noticed something new.
In addition to making the prerequisite series of fart jokes in my opinion column each week, part of my job as your assistant opinion editor is to motivate you students to write in with your own thoughts, rants, points of view, secret teacher crushes, etc.
The first hints of springtime after a long cold winter are always the most glorious of days. Like this past Sunday, Super Bowl Sunday nonetheless, with the sun poking out from the clouds and the temperature pushing seventy degrees.
It's spring semester, and that means we in the senior class are being harassed on an almost daily basis for donations to the class gift fund. So, before I get another guy with a clipboard trying to muscle a few bucks out of me, here are 12 reasons why I will never donate to the University of Richmond. Respectfully submitted, of course.
I was going to write a grand exposition on the Meaning of Life for my first column as your new assistant opinion editor, but instead I've decided to talk about the cattle auction channel.
And just like that the year's already over, and what a wild one it was. So, to send 20 aught eight off in style, I present to you my Richmond Year in Review.
WOODBRIDGE, Va. -- Republican presidential candidate John McCain rallied supporters in Virginia on Saturday in a state that polls suggest is slipping out of 44 years of his party's control.
Ask Chancellor E. Bruce Heilman about leadership and he'll give you a few words of advice.
The Campus Activities Board will not bring a concert to the Robins Center this semester because of recent renovations to the venue and continuing issues with the university administration.