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By Bailey Leuschen
By Jarrett Dieterle
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.
By Vickey Allen
By William Stanton
Hey, let's be fair!
By Nathan Bullock
We Need Oil: Drill, drill, drill!
How many people does it take to figure out how to satisfy college students at the University of Richmond? The administration says, "17." Survey says, "Thanks, but no thanks."
"Oh God, not again..." were the first words that I heard when I walked into D-Hall last Friday at lunch time. I quickly looked around and was reminded by the countless signs that I had indeed stumbled into the middle of "tray-less Friday".
Drinking alcohol is assumed to be such an integral part of college life that the question "do you drink?" refers almost exclusively to the infamous and controversial liquid. According to messages from the mass media, drinking is one of the primary pastimes of the 18-to-25-year-old demographic, even though nearly half of this age group is younger than the legal drinking age.
By J.J. Fleskes
It seems like the entire modern world cares deeply about the environment all of the sudden. With the Olympics in Beijing coming to a close and many commercials becoming less prominent it must be pointed out that the green label has infiltrated the media, governments and dinner conversations around the world. Public Warning: Honda Accords may cause a forest to grow, cranes fly through the sky representing GE's fuel-efficient jet engines, GM broadcasts new fuel cell technology and China boasts of solar panels and trees being placed as often as possible in its capital city.
By Michael Lembo