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The 2008 presidential race isn't the only Nov. 4 election students registered to vote in Richmond will help decide. They'll also be voting for the city's new mayor under a new voting system.
Who else besides me reads the writing on the bathroom stalls? There are political rants, inter-fraternity quarrels and usually some reference to a person eating what the toilet leaves behind. While it's probably more often in guys bathrooms (considering most girls I talk to haven't seen any such graffiti) it is always worth taking the time to read. Graffiti in bathroom stalls is some of the most candid dialogue I have ever seen on campus. Whoever writes on the bathroom stall has no fear of punishment and only a few people ever see the message. The scribbles are not always wholesome or thoughtful, but are often indicative of what happens in reality or are at least a reflection of the way many people think about a subject.
By Jenn Hoffman
3009 W. Cary St.
The Richmond College Student Government Association meeting opened with a presentation from architect Andrew McBride about the ongoing renovations to the Tyler Haynes Commons.
During this week's Westhampton College Student Government meeting, held in the Alice Haynes Room, a motion was passed unanimously to donate $489 to Trick-or-Treat Street on behalf of WCGA.
The Sigma Chi brothers at the University of Richmond are using a portion of their funds to construct a home in Richmond for Jarneshia, the single mother of Jaden, a 7-year-old boy with Autism.
Though the accomplishments of Richmond student-athletes continue to impress me each week, the first month of the fall sports season has not gone exactly as I would have hoped.
Cass Meadows, a sophomore defender on the men's soccer team, has started five of the Spiders' six games this season and had been identified by his coach as an important part of the team's success at the Duquesne Invitational earlier this month.
Carver Promise Mentoring started its 19th year of service at Carver Elementary School last week, and approximately 15 University of Richmond volunteers were paired up with mentees for the 2008-09 school year.
Steve Allred is scarcely two months into his tenure as the University of Richmond's provost, but already the gearwheels of his academic plans are being set in motion, from his proposal for increased cross-school collaboration to his initiative to hire a more diverse faculty and enhance its development.
By William Stanton
Ten years ago, Richmond native Marlene Paul noticed that although Richmond had several organizations to help disadvantaged youth, most of them were without art-related programs.
Natural foods retailer Whole Foods Market made its debut in Richmond Sept. 3 when it opened in Short Pump.
3158 W Cary St
To the Editor:
When Dottie Lewis was an undergraduate at Westhampton College in the 1950s, men lived on the northern side of Westhampton Lake and women lived on the southern side.
Free tuition anyone ... anyone? The Richmond Rowdies will be giving away one semester of free tuition as part of a pep rally during the opening day of basketball season in November.
One of the assistant basketball coaches who resigned after revelations about NCAA recruiting violations is working as an assistant coach at a Division I basketball program in Georgia.