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By Jenn Hoffman
Ask Chancellor E. Bruce Heilman about leadership and he'll give you a few words of advice.
Bangles and Beads
By Lucy Hester
If you had a beer can in your hand last weekend, there is a good chance that Lonnie was the guy who sold it to whoever gave it to you.
YOUR FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE PLAN
The Olympics are finished and you're feeling lost in a sea of "Lifetime" movies and reality TV. It's time to stop watching "Brooke Knows Best" and get ready for the official fall TV season to begin. Here is a preview of returning favorites and promising premieres:
Images of war will be on the news as well as on the University of Richmond campus this year, and war will appear in a variety of university programs as the 2008-09 theme. Musicologist Suzanne G. Cusick's lecture on Oct. 5 will mark the opening of the exhibit "This is War! The Pain, Power, and Paradox of Images," which will run from Oct. 5 to April 4 in the Joel and Lila Harnett Print Study Center.
The City of Richmond has hundreds of restaurants, but located at 421 E. Franklin St. is the second-longest-running establishment downtown. Penny Lane Pub is 35 years old and provides an escape from a southern city to a bustling pub in Liverpool, England.
StubHub, an online ticket seller, named Richmond No. 9 on its list of America's 20 Most Rockin' Cities for 2008, moving the city up from its previous spot at No. 17.
"Red Ragtop" -- Tim McGraw
Zorro is a nobleman, Superman is a reporter and Spidey (no, not Spiderman) uses "a job in athletic marketing" as a cover for his secret identity as the man behind the grin.
This semester faculty, staff and students at the University of Richmond can help the environment while they eat. While the local, state and national economies continue to weaken, eating green comes with cost-effective benefits, too.
All photos by Dan Petty. Contact staff photographer Dan Petty at email@example.com.
If you were to take the convenience of a Panera Bread and mix it with the gourmet elegance of a European bistro, then add a dash of the Richmond prep-factor found at Mosaic's, you would probably have a restaurant that looked and smelled a lot like the recently-opened Cafe Caturra.
The 1990s rock trio known for putting their tender heart in a blender and watching it spin around to beautiful oblivion was at Toad's Place last Thursday asking the audience to do more than puree their precious organs.
According to the University of Richmond's Office of the Registrar, approximately 300 undergraduate students will remain in Richmond this summer to take courses. Combining that with the city's average summer temperature of 85 degrees and venues willing to offer a variety of musical acts, the result will be a large number of options for summer music events. The four following venues provide a sample of the musical offerings in the area with acts ranging from bluegrass to ska punk and ticket prices ranging from free to $40.
Wild Willie's, a new restaurant established by a University of Richmond alumna, has already attracted many diners since its opening in March.
With a new location and a new general manager, the students that run the university's radio station, WDCE 90.1, say they hope more people will tune in. The WDCE staff recently selected Ben Russell as its new general manager.
For the majority of seniors, graduation means leaving the University of Richmond behind. Most depart with fond memories and perhaps more than a few desperate wishes to return to the comfort of no-rent housing and a pre-paid meal plan. But for some, graduation does not mean the end of a relationship with the university.