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Thanksgiving is upon us. The leaves are starting to bronze and fall with the autumn winds. Exams are piling up and essay deadlines are looming in the background. But at the end of this tunnel, is the smell of a beautiful home-cooked meal, the warm embrace of family and friends and the sound of music. (No pun intended.)
Back in August, when I was preparing for my departure to study abroad in Madrid, the last thought on my mind was Catalonia declaring independence from Spain. From my understanding of the issue, it would not affect me because I was not going to be living in Barcelona.
The Richmond Spiders looked to take home the Capital Cup and end the season with a win against rival William & Mary Saturday afternoon.
University of Richmond launched a virtual interactive tour of campus using the company YouVisit last month. The tour is available on the UR website and is available for prospective students and their families.
For Diksha Kataria, a junior at the University of Richmond, a monologue that she performed last spring at the Vagina Monologues, a UR tradition held in February, was more than just a series of lines recited for a two-night performance.
The math and computer science departments at the University of Richmond sit in the eastern wing of Jepson Hall, covered with dry-erase board markings that are incomprehensible to many others, and brimming with students, creating a small community on the second floor.
Shenandoah National Park, where Old Rag Mountain is a mere two-hour drive from University of Richmond's campus, will raise its entrance fees significantly by June 2018.
Planned Parenthood Generation Action club will begin a free menstrual product pilot program, leading the effort to convince University of Richmond administration to provide free tampons and pads in women's and gender-neutral bathrooms on campus.
His Excellency Lars Gert Lose, Danish Ambassador to the United States, visited the University of Richmond on Wednesday to give a public talk as part of International Education Week.
“This all seems like monopoly money and then you graduate, and you suddenly realize you are paying $900 a month and can’t afford to get an apartment,” Sen. Mark Warner said on a conference call with campus newspapers in Virginia.
In Twitter, Veritas:
Tuesday at the University of Richmond's Sharp Viewpoint Series, Jose Antonio Vargas bluntly confronted immigration in front of a sold-out crowd.
Editor's note: some quotes in this article have been translated from Spanish to English.
On Wednesday, Nov. 15, a University of Richmond alumnus will participate in the Steward School’s Bryan Innovation Lab Visiting Innovator Program.
The Nov. 5 shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, has reignited the debate over gun control, leaving Americans on both sides of the issue wondering whether compromise is advisable, or even possible.
On Nov. 2, the House Republicans unveiled their tax plan.
When Liam Lassiter, a transgender first-year student who identifies as male, first applied to the University of Richmond, he applied as a woman coming from an all-girls boarding school.
This is the second installment of The Collegian's UR Employee Spotlight Series. The series will tell the stories of University of Richmond staff members who tirelessly help students and work behind the scenes to better campus life.
“Someone who has been forced to flee his or her country because of persecution, war, or violence. ... Most likely, they cannot return home or are afraid to do so.”
Taylor Mac combined politics and theater while speaking about the queer struggle on Thursday night as part of the University of Richmond’s Tucker-Boatwright Festival of Literature and the Arts.