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With the arrival of cold weather, holiday drinks have also arrived at 8:15 at Boatwright in time for the holiday season. The three classic flavors of gingerbread, toasted marshmallow and peppermint have returned for the season, and can be paired with a mocha, Americano or hot chocolate. The special holiday drink added to this season’s roster is the spiced brown sugar chai latte.
In response to an increasing demand from employers for data analytics skills, the E. Claiborne Robins School of Business began to offer a new concentration in business analytics in the fall 2019 semester.
Editor's Note: A quote from Williamson was changed to correct an error.
Editor's note: The article has been updated to correct factual errors.
The use of brand ambassadors is a recent way many companies interact and communicate with their audience. Brand “reps” provide a more personal and direct way for brands to spread their message and promote their product. Becoming a brand ambassador is a way to earn an additional income and potentially jump-start a future career with a company. Three University of Richmond students shared their experiences as brand ambassadors.
The University of Richmond women’s basketball team won a thriller against in-state rival the College of William & Mary 76-73 Wednesday night at the Robins Center.
Editor's Note: The Collision is the historically satirical version of The Collegian, appearing as early as the 1930s. The following article is satire and in no way should be viewed as the truth.
After a long week of late-night studying and essay writing, there is nothing like getting a nice meal celebrating the end of it. Being the vibrant city that it is, Richmond is filled with many restaurants with a wide variety of tastes and menus. With the seemingly endless choices and the annoyingly difficult Yelp app, it’s time to find out where University of Richmond students like to spend their Sunday mornings.
Chet’la Sebree was stuck.
Editor's Note: The views expressed are those of the author and do not reflect the official policy or position of University of Richmond Army ROTC, 4th Brigade or Cadet Command.
Researchers at the University of Richmond carefully placed two brown rats, Mario and Luigi, into tiny makeshift cars -- known as rat-operated vehicles, or ROVs -- fashioned out of clear plastic food containers, aluminum and copper wires. The team’s goal was to challenge the rats to operate the cars, which would move when the rat gripped a copper bar with its paws and stop when the rat released its grip. A sugary cereal prize awaited, contingent on their success.
Editor's Note: Ask Eric is an advice column published every Tuesday. Anonymous questions are taken from this Google form. Questions are also taken both from The Collegian's Instagram, @thecollegianur, and via email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Super Enthusiast” by Long Island emo rockers Macseal is the perfect album to walk around Westhampton Lake alone and drink an apple cider to this fall.
Hey there, Spiders! My name is Addie Jo, and I’m currently spending my junior-year fall semester in Amman, Jordan.
Charlotte Boye-Christensen is a professionally trained dancer and contemporary choreographer who creates interdisciplinary, site-specific pieces. She has traveled the world showcasing her pieces for her company, NOW-ID, where she is the artistic director.
Nov. 12: Win 51-49 at Georgetown University
Editor’s Note: This review contains spoilers.
Nov. 5: Win 70-62 at University of North Carolina at Greensboro
A last-second foul in overtime by Vanderbilt allowed for Richmond to edge the Commodores 93-92 in the teams' first meeting since 2011.
Most college students seem to have two things in common: a constant state of stress and an empty bank account.