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So, I know that I recently wrote an article about how I am no longer the lodge star that I once was, but even I, retired lodger, would like the chance to revisit my old sophomore/junior roots every once in a while just to make sure that nothing has changed.
Once upon a time, there was an underground fraternity known as Pike.
I logged onto Facebook and in the upper left corner were an astounding 35 friend requests. After breaking for dinner and returning a couple of hours later, I had about 100 more.
An anonymous University of Richmond student -- who could have been either male or female -- started a posting thread on College ACB with a description of tasks that men pledging a campus fraternity were required to do before being initiated. At 11:42 p.m. on Jan. 18, the person wrote:
Members of the Interfraternity Council met last week to discuss the repercussions brought about by the gossip website CollegeACB.com.
While watching a Richmond athletic competition, student fans can typically look forward to cheering on a friend. Perhaps you live next door to one of the players or worked on a group project with one for your psychology class freshman year.
Last spring, the Student Programming and Events Council (SPEC), along with staff adviser Alison Bartel Keller, began to brainstorm how they would bring the student population of Richmond together in what President Edward Ayers calls a campus unifying event under the University's Strategic Plan.
On Saturday, Sept. 18, the dynamics of a typical lodge will be completely different: the parties will start at 9 a.m., and liquor will be permitted.
Time to break out the welcome mat. Spider football is home.
It must be aforementioned that I am a member of Greek Life. That being said, there is a problematic binary discrepancy pertaining to the distribution of wealth between sororities and fraternities on this campus.
Imagine this "icebreaker" game: Participants sit in a circle of chairs, and when a characteristic that you possess is shouted, you run to another chair. Whoever is the last one standing loses and must stand in the middle of the circle.
The University of Richmond placed the Kappa Sigma fraternity on one month of social probation on Sept. 16, after one of its members unintentionally sent a sexually explicit e-mail this summer to various faculty, staff and administrators.
The University of Richmond's ranking with the Princeton Review has improved this year, with top marks in classroom experience and athletic facilities. But the university still sits among the top-20 schools with little interaction between those of different races or social classes.
Greek organization: Music personality, Movie Personality and Fast-food personality.
The University of Richmond fraternity row looked reminiscent of Festivus on Saturday afternoon, as students threw Frisbees, tossed footballs and fired up the grills to tailgate the basketball game.
Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity is taking a more hands-on approach to philanthropy this year by getting involved in the community rather than simply raising money.
I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks to the University of Richmond students, faculty, staff and alumni for the generosity you showed my 3-year-old son, Cole Hafer, who is facing a life-saving liver transplant. Last year's Trick-or-Treat Street donated $10,000 to a fund that has been established through the Children's Organ Transplant Association. However, the kindness, dedication and hard work of those involved with the event was worth more than any amount of money. We are truly touched by the love and concern showed by so many people. Cole sleeps with the autographed balls he was given by the football team and basketball team and often says, "I want to go to the Spider school when I get big!"
Fraternities and sororities at the University hosted the annual Trick-or-Treat Street on Oct. 18 at Fraternity Row. This year, profits from the event went toward funding a liver transplant for 3-year-old Cole Hafer of Richmond.
How is it that this school takes such a diverse student body and creates many similar people? I'll be asking this question during the coming weeks in an attempt to analyze the enigma that is the University of Richmond and the limitations of the student experience.
The University of Richmond chapter of the Sigma Chi Fraternity raised more than $20,000 for breast cancer research last week with the help of sorority participation in Derby Days, its annual philanthropic event.