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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 truth.
Editor's note: The Collision is the historically satirical version of The Collegian, appearing as early as the 1930s. Today, we revive it. The following article is satire and in no way should be viewed as truth.
Editor's note: Today, The Collegian is introducing columns from contributors to its coverage. This story is the first of a column focusing on sustainability, written by an intern for the Office for Sustainability.
Editor's note: College Fellows are professors, some who live on campus, paired with residence halls to help students connect their studies with their lived experiences. The College Fellows column, of which this is the first, will comprise various fellows' thoughts and reflections on campus life.
The Spider Sports Recap is a weekly update, covering the latest results of every University of Richmond sports team.
Three days ago I found out I was a victim of stolen
For those of you who know me, you know that I love everything celebrity, fashion and pop culture. And for those of you who know me really well, you know how much I love to celebrate the style, mock the mental breakdowns (I’m talking about you, Amanda Bynes) and marvel at all of the talent. I live, breathe and love the movie premieres, reality (and quality) television and the superstars of the music industry. This list is a compilation of the most captivating Hollywood stories of the week and the things I felt most compelled to loathe or love. I hope you agree. You should.
The scene is set. Richmond is about to take on a nationally ranked team in a conference matchup at E. Clairborne Robins Stadium. Playoff and conference championship hopes are on the line. The teams line up for the opening kickoff.
“No more by-standing. No more ignorance. No more excuses. No
The U.S. added yet another mark to its list of mass-shootings at the end of October when Jaylen Fryberg opened fire in his high school cafeteria in a small town in Washington state. The freshman killed a fellow classmate and injured four others before taking his own life.
Germs and diseases are on everybody’s mind these days as the Ebola outbreak has us running for pharmaceutical facemasks.
Sexual assault has led to a man-hating mission. Society has grown to view men as the perpetrators and women as the victims, which results in a very strict labeling system that does not accurately depict reality and does not help ameliorate this grave societal issue.
The NCAA's self-serving stranglehold on college sports and its so-called "student-athletes" have been seriously threatened. It's about time!
The chips are on the table; starting Wednesday, the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox, two teams that faced each other in the 2004 World Series, will square off again for a shot at the 2013 title. In 2004, it was all BoSox. They swept the Cardinals four games to none.
With three short blasts of a whistle, the Richmond Spiders' quidditch World Cup hopes came to an end. Despite a 2-2 record in one of the toughest pools, the Spiders just missed qualifying for bracket play by only a point differential tie breaker. As the bruises started to form and the reality of the situation sunk in, I couldn't help but wonder how I got to this field in Florida playing a sport on a broomstick and why I constantly subjected myself to everything quidditch demands.
Every year in April, golfers take their talents to the beautiful Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. From Butler Cabin to Amen Corner, this course is steeped with tradition, not to mention the green jacket ceremony. Last year's Masters tournament was an absolute thriller. It came down to Bubba Watson and Louis Oosthuizen in a playoff. Oosthuizen came up just short of the green, but luckily for Oosthuizen, Watson was stuck in the woods strategizing exactly how he would hit his next shot.
The Miami Heat's win streak came to an end last week against the Chicago Bulls. The team's 27 straight wins were the second most in NBA history, only fewer than the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers with 32. Let's look at just how special this was.
With the recent struggles of the New York Jets, many are calling for a change at quarterback. But would they do so if they didn't have the most glorified back-up QB in NFL history? Lets look at the facts.
Q: I'm crazy for this girl. I've liked her for three years now, and we've been good friends for a while, but she's had a boyfriend that whole time -- and he's one of my good friends, too. In my fraternity, in fact. A few weeks ago, though, she and my friend finally broke up. She broke up with him and keeps telling me she's completely over it (she's hooked up with other people already), but he's incredibly upset about it. So upset that he hasn't come out for a fraternity event since the beginning of September. So, here's my dilemma: I'm dying to make a move on her, but I don't want my friend to kill me. I'm willing to wait until things have blown over a little bit, but it's our senior year, so it's not like I have all the time in the world. I want to let her know how I feel before we both move on to separate lives after college. What do you think I should do? How do I handle the situation?