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Three years ago, Sen. Tim Kaine was teaching Leadership Studies to University of Richmond seniors in Jepson room 101. Tomorrow, he hopes to be elected Vice President of the United States of America, and the framework of his class at Richmond will become the foundation for his goals in the White House. In an exclusive interview with The Collegian, Kaine laid out his and Hillary Clinton's hopes for the American people.
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA), the Democratic vice presidential nominee, told The Collegian in an exclusive interview that recent reports of FBI agents attempting to influence the election raise serious questions about the integrity of the bureau.
Richmond students are overwhelmingly voting for Hillary Clinton, according to
an unscientific poll conducted by a student-led think tank two weeks ago.
Eileen Bedell, the Democratic candidate for Virginia’s 7th congressional district, visited University of Richmond to discuss healthcare, the minimum wage and other political issues on Tuesday.
This year, almost 300 University of Richmond students registered to vote on campus through the Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) and the law school. Others registered through volunteers off campus or volunteers who canvassed on campus.
Comedy is an inhibitor that can be used to make people feel better about different aspects of life that may typically be difficult for us to confront. We’re human. We’re awkward. We don’t have all the answers.
University of Richmond hosted a CNN focus group of undecided voters during the vice presidential debate on Tuesday.
Let’s pretend for a second that the other things surrounding Donald Trump don’t matter: not the xenophobia, his refusal to release tax returns nor the lack of factual knowledge and preparation. None of it.
It’s no secret: liberal arts colleges are, well, liberal. Those leaning to the political left have controlled academia for years.
Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump both played to their strengths in the first presidential debate on Monday.
Some days I feel very lucky to be a Spider, given the difficult road I continue to navigate as a first-generation college student.
Whether you prefer Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump or neither, your vote is important. Here are five things every Richmond student should consider
before heading to the voting booth:
On Friday Hillary Clinton named Senator Tim Kaine her running mate, a Virginian whose resume includes former governor, Richmond mayor and University of Richmond professor.