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I am writing this article not only as a leader on this campus, but also as a student of both Westhampton College and the University of Richmond. I am writing this article not only as a student who has heard from both sides of the story, but also as someone who understands the criticisms of the proposed changes to Ring Dance.
The following is an interview with Sam Kaufman, '99, partner at Owen & Owens PLC and president of the University of Richmond Alumni Association.
Thank you. By reading this article you are not only liking or hating my attempts at writing, but you are supporting student journalism. For almost 100 years, this newspaper has nurtured new generations of editors and reporters at the University of Richmond.
"The Feminine Mystique," the novel that launched a generation of feminists, was published 50 years ago last week.
The following argument was going on behind me at the library last night for about 10 minutes. Nobody won, but both participants succeeded at preventing each other from getting anything done.
As students at the University of Richmond, we all know that this is a dynamic and changing place -- just as we learn and grow, so does our university evolve alongside us.
Some of you may have noticed the new banners around campus, draping from the posts along the roadways here at University of Richmond. These banners read "The Campaign for Richmond: Fulfilling the Promise."
While preparing my last issue as opinion editor of The Collegian, I realized a few things.
No one needs another hook-up culture reminder. I do not intend to stir up a culture war or to pass judgment on anyone. However, I do hope that I can give a reasonable argument, in 400 words or less, on how casual hook-ups are unhealthy for every party involved.
In October, model Cameron Russell gave a TED talk on beauty. It was posted to the TED website in January, and less than a month later, it has been viewed 1.3 million times.
The following is an interview with Tracey Holgren Ivey, B'82, director of consultant relations at Thompson, Siegel and Walmsley LLC.
During the past six months, there have been some changes at Richmond. Have you been paying attention? I really hope so, because these changes are bound to affect you or someone you know.
The university's website states that, "The coordinate college system is one of the most distinctive features of the University of Richmond," and I couldn't agree more.
To begin I would like to thank The Collegian for the piece it published last week called, "Traditions exist for a reason" by Thomas Neale, because the public voicing of opinions of the many people who comprise the University of Richmond community can only serve to broaden and diversify discussions pertinent to the school.
On Tuesday night CNN taped a post-State of the Union show on campus.
Simply, Zach Lager is my roommate of three years from college and one of my best friends (and I'm sure others would say the same).
The following is an interview with Katie Bell, '07, associate director of regional initiatives.
I am the father of a Class of 2010 alumna. My daughter loved her time at Richmond. She graduated summa cum laude, was a three-year officer on the Honor Council and became editor of The Collegian her senior year. She was a journalism major and women's studies minor.
Q I love my girlfriend a lot. I really do. But lately she's been hanging out with a new group that seems to have inspired in her an "all natural" phase, where she's decided that deodorant and strong soaps are simply out of the question. I'm hesitant to say anything, but honestly... I almost can't take it anymore. She reeks. Sometimes I even have to lean away while we're talking. Help!