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Liquor Law Violations
In 2011, Jon Teller was admitted to Penn State University. It was one of the happiest moments of his life.
Watch out B-school, there’s a burgeoning entrepreneur on campus.
Calling all University of Richmond foodies, Spoon University is coming to campus.
My first film of 2015 was the action spy movie “Kingsman: The Secret Service.” It is a bloody, brilliant film directed by Matthew Vaughn, and starring Colin Firth, Samuel L. Jackson and newcomer Taron Egerton. My first impressions of the film, based on the trailer that was released last year, were to put it mildly, not good. Those fears about the film were only further developed after the 2014 opening date was pushed back into 2015, generally not a good sign. But, after hearing some strong word of mouth, I decided to forgo my expectations and dive into this as my first new film of the year. I am so glad I did.
A mixture of humor and serious conversation was the theme of The Vagina Monologues, a performance in Tyler Haynes Commons last weekend that celebrated women’s sexuality and turned a typically taboo body part into a work of art.
A last-second shot attempt from S. Jones from half court misses the mark. The Rams win 79-74.
Burglary/Breaking & Entering
Ever since the release of "American Sniper," there has been an outpouring of either outright adoration or utter hatred for the film. Not much in the way of a middle ground exists – which is exactly where I stand.
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property
Oscar Nomination Predictions 2015
1. Foxcatcher (Bennett Miller) 2014
I have never been as inspired as I have this past semester. As a journalism major, I sometimes find myself walking out of class feeling more determined about an assignment or moved by a piece we had to read for the following class, but I have never felt such excitement about the future as I have these past five months.
I was sitting in the kitchen Monday morning with the radio on when I first heard the news: a man had entered a café in Sydney’s central business district and was holding hostages. I was living with a host family far out in the suburbs of Sydney at this point, but the siege was occurring ten minutes from my old apartment in the heart of downtown. That morning, my host had gone to her office, which was located in the area. One of my housemates contacted her to make sure she was all right, and she replied that she was fine, but her building was on lockdown. We did not know if she would be allowed to come home that night. We kept the radio on for the rest of the day, but there was little news until early the next morning.
T.J Cline is awarded the game's MVP in a brief mid court presentation.
D. Taylor holds the ball in the final seconds of the game. The Spiders were able to pull out the win this evening over the South Alabama Jaguars 65-54. K. Anthony led the Spiders with 18 points. T.J. Cline scored 10 points and grabbed eight rebounds.
Life in Cinema's Official Top Ten Films of 2014
I’m finally back after a couple of weeks away and I will be reviewing the last two episodes of “The Walking Dead” half-season, which I give a combined 3 out of 5 stars.
Anthony dribbles the clock out and Richmond wins 54-41. Jones led the Spiders with 11 points. Nelson-Ododa's presence on defense made it difficult for Howard to get any clear looks around the rim. This was not an offensively smooth game for either team, but Richmond was able to muscle its way to victory.
Another week, and another rock-solid episode of "The Walking Dead.” It’s becoming almost boring reviewing the show because of how much fun I have had with this season so far.