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Journalists are a vital part of our citizenry. It’s journalists, after all, who provide the public with the information required to make intelligent decisions. Most of us, I’d wager, have neither the time nor means nor wherewithal to get all of our own news firsthand. Although I’m an ardent Apple loyalist, I imagine that I would have appreciated hearing about the exploding Samsung Note 7 epidemic from a news source before I had crispy fingers and had suddenly become hard of hearing.
Bright, funky, sleek: Element Threads, a new suit company started by senior Zach Giberson, is bringing a fun new twist to men’s fashion.
At only 20 years old, I find it amusing that I can already say that I remember how different life was when I was younger. I got my first cell phone in ninth grade, and I still remember the days when my family all had a RAZR.
Maura Smith, Title IX coordinator and director of compliance, will be leaving her position at University of Richmond on Feb. 24, according to a university-wide email sent Thursday morning by Shannon Sinclair, the university's general counsel.
Last May, sophomore Colby Alvino wrote her first article for the Odyssey Online, “An Ode to Mellow Mushroom,” and within days, Mellow Mushroom contacted her and sent her coasters, stickers and other free items. That marked the beginning of Alvino's company, Bites and Sites.
“Come on guys! Can you push yourself? Can you push your friends?”
A pressurized water line between Westhampton Hall and South Court broke Monday night, causing water damage to six dorm rooms and leaving Westhampton Hall without water, University of Richmond Police Chief Dave McCoy wrote in an email to The Collegian.
Three weeks ago, the University of Richmond Police Department issued a timely warning to campus community members detailing a reported sexual assault.
University of Richmond Synchronized Swimmers lost their only home meet against Ohio State on Saturday, and now, as they face the Collegiate South Regional Championship, team Vice President and Captain Allison Zhao says, “It’s crunch time.”
At 11 a.m. Friday morning, around 25 students, faculty and staff gathered in front of Boatwright Memorial Library to unite in solidarity against President Donald J. Trump’s controversial immigration ban and executive orders.
It was a split-second decision. Walking up to the security guards in Madison Square Garden, Lindsay Stevens put on her best impression of a flustered reporter who had lost her press credentials. Shortly after, she found herself cordially escorted into the Fashion Week show. She boldly walked on the red carpet and seized the moment to pose for a photo.
Every Monday night, a small group of students gathers in a room in the Robins School of Business to exchange knowledge on the stock market and the world of finance.
Ring Dance, a Westhampton College tradition during which junior women celebrate their academic achievements at the Jefferson Hotel, proceeded smoothly Saturday night, a break from the controversy of previous years.
The University of Richmond Swimming and Diving Team is optimistic while preparing for the conference championship on Feb. 15 in Geneva, Ohio, following a loss in a dual meet against Rutgers last week.
The 41st University of Richmond Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony Saturday included men’s basketball player Mike Winiecki, men’s tennis player Tom Clarke, women’s basketball player Ginny Doyle and the 2010-2011 women’s swimming and diving team.
Richmond's new football coach Russ Huesman and his staff locked in 13 new players for the football roster on National Signing Day Wednesday.
University of Richmond was unable to come away with a win against conference rival Virginia Commonwealth University despite a 30-point performance from senior guard ShawnDre' Jones.
David Jones entered his senior season as a top prospect for the NFL draft, and although an injury ended his time on the field early, he has been working hard at a training camp in Texas in the hopes of earning a chance in the league.
Fashion, jewelry and antiquities will be featured in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ (VMFA) collections for this winter and spring, led by exhibitions from jewelry designer Jean Schlumberger, fashion from world-renowned designer Yves Saint Laurent and decorative art of the last days of Russia’s Romanov dynasty.
Editor's note: After publication, it was brought to the attention of The Collegian that the views expressed by individuals belonging to student organizations in this article do not necessarily represent the views of the entire organization.