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The youngest and oldest of Westhampton College students gathered Saturday in Cannon Memorial Chapel to celebrate the duties and privileges of being Westhampton women. They were joined by hundreds of alumnae to honor the centennial of the founding of Westhampton College.
With the anniversary of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and national focus on the actions of the ISIS terror group expanding rapidly, citizens of the United States of America have been reminded of the struggle to combat global terrorism.
*Note: Pronouns xe/xem/xyrs will be used to reference Harlowe Kerckhove in the article when necessary.
Extended family and members of the Spider community gathered at the Cannon Memorial Chapel Sunday to remember the life of the late Richmond College student, Brendan Tevlin. Bryn Taylor from the Office of the Chaplaincy estimated there were over 350 people filling the pews.
Where were you on Sept. 11, 2001? For many Americans, this memory is as clear as the attacks that rattled our nation on that day 13 years ago. On Sept. 10 and 11, five students will explore those memories at the Virginia Repertory Theatre during a reading of "September 12th," a play by Ryan Frost, Richmond College '05.
In 1948, Nina Landolina left Fort Lauderdale and rode the
train to Richmond for the first time.
The Cellar looks and feels the same as it did when we left campus last May. The tables are still wooden, and the florescent signs are still bright. However, when you receive the menu at this campus restaurant and bar, you will notice some things that are different. For one, they have decreased the size of the menu down to one page. And, you won’t be able to find any of the old, greasy food favorites on this menu.
Students arriving back to Richmond this fall saw a lot of changes the first time they entered campus from River Road. As they drove up the newly positioned road, the most striking addition was certainly the new Gateway Village apartment complex.
Returning students and faculty who navigated to University of Richmond’s website last week were in for a surprise.
As 21-year-old students lined up to go to The Cellar last Wednesday, many were surprised by the strict carding policy at the on-campus bar. Some were even turned away when they tried to use a SpiderCard sporting a red spider icon to gain entry.
Having already met in mid-July, the search committee tasked with replacing President Edward Ayers will reconvene Sept. 18 to continue developing a presidential position profile, said Allison Weinstein, co-chair of the search committee.
Richmond College Student Government Association and the Westhampton College Government Association organized an event for Richmond students to offer input to the search for President Edward Ayers’ successor.
University of Richmond course materials and content have been uploaded to an Internet site known as Course Hero, which could potentially place the uploading students in violation of the honor code.
Whether you are a returning student, staff or faculty member, alumni who call the Richmond area home or a member of the class of 2018, The Collegian wishes you a warm welcome to the start of this new academic year. Every fresh semester is unique and exciting, but the fall of 2014 should be truly dynamic. We have a freshman class that flaunts 331 national honor society members and represents 32 different countries. We welcome our new provost, Jacquelyn S. Fetrow, as she embarks on her inaugural fall at Richmond. We celebrate the history of our university with the centennial year of Westhampton College. And for those of us who have been here for a while, we enter this fall with nostalgic warmth as this is the final fall that President Ayers will occupy his desk in Maryland Hall.
One of the three suspects who were arrested and charged with the murder of Brendan Tevlin has plead not guilty. Tevlin, who completed his freshman year at Richmond this spring, was shot and killed in his family's Jeep June 25 in New Jersey.
Shortly after midnight on Thursday rising sophomore Brendan Tevlin was shot and killed in his car in West Orange, N.J., according to authorities.
Two of the three passengers who were in a deadly hot air balloon crash in Caroline, Va., Friday night were University of Richmond women's basketball staff members, according to the Henrico Citizen and additional sources. Police have found two bodies and the third one is missing, according to police.
The University of Richmond Police Department is holding a public sale of unclaimed items from May 12 to May 21 in the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness, via silent auction. The unclaimed property sale will occur in conjunction with the WCRW equipment sale. The property can be viewed in the WCRW from May 5-9 during normal business hours. All proceeds from the silent auction will be donated to the Special Olympics of Virginia.
After competing in the zone finals, Kristen Bailey has qualified to compete in the national championship of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association May 1 in Harrisburg, Pa.
Spiders for Life, the pro-life student organization at University of Richmond, will be holding their first event coordinated with the Students for Life of America this Friday on the academic quad.