The Collegian
Saturday, July 02, 2022

Arts & Entertaiment


Features

Have you heard?

Junior Jen Forde has been exposed to the different usical stylings in Spain during her semester studying in San Sebastian. Forde has attended numerous concerts of traditional Spanish genres such as Basque and Flamenco.


Features

Haunted Richmond

Read about the spooky spots in Richmond! Church Hill Tunnel - In 1925 The Church Hill Train Tunnel was reopened after being closed because of deaths in 1877.


Features

Milton dusk until dawn

By Emma Anderson Collegian Reporter Seven students spent their Saturday night reciting Milton's "Paradise Lost," and one student said it was unlike anything he'd done before. Louis Schwartz, associate professor of English, began the reading at 7:45 p.m.


Features

Magnolia's bistro comes to Village

Magnolia's, a new wine bar and bistro opening soon in the Village Shopping Center, will provide an atmosphere for people to learn about wine while enjoying good, simple food. The new 45-to-60-seat bistro is the sister restaurant to Village Fine Wine and Cigar.


Features

Question of the Week: What is your favorite thing about Halloween?

"Candy corn." --Erin Landers, junior "Respectfully clothed women and neck-high bust lines." --Andrew Werner, senior "Having an excuse to look like an idiot." --Julia Pepe, sophomore "Hocus Pocus." --Jake Johnson, senior "Haunted houses." -- Rachel Liffmann, sophomore "Girls in costumes apple bobbing." --Lamarc Comrie, junior and JT Walsh, sophomore Contact Collegian Staff member Jessica Murray at jessica.murray@richmond.eduor Staff member Emily Viviani at emily.viviani@richmond.edu


News

The whrraaaat effect?

In 1982, Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley was poised to become the first African-American governor in history, leading his rival by 9 points or higher by some estimates.


Homecoming King  Keon Piper and Queen ???
Football

Photo Gallery: Homecoming 2008

The University of Richmond celebrated homecoming the weekend of Oct. 24-26. The No. 9 Spiders football team shut down the Georgetown University Hoyas 48-0, a game during which seniors Keon Piper and Rachel Chikowski were crowed homecoming king and queen. Contact staff photographers Dan Petty and Jeff Bardsley at dan.petty@richmond.edu and jeff.bardsley@richmond.edu.


Receiver Jordan Mitchell (9)
Football

Football trounces Georgetown 48-0 in UR homecoming game

Homecoming turned into a coming out party for the University of Richmond football team's running game as the Spiders crushed Georgetown University 48-0 on Saturday afternoon at UR Stadium. Richmond tailback Josh Vaughan rushed for a career-high 157 yards and two touchdowns while freshman tailback Garrett Wilkins rushed for 86 yards and two touchdowns, the first touchdowns of his collegiate career.


Sports

Women's lacrosse players, old and new, meet for alumnae game

By Andrew Prezioso Collegian Staff The University of Richmond women's lacrosse team's game versus Richmond alumnae gave the current players a chance to prepare for the coming year while looking back at their recent success. "I am just so proud that we built a tradition of winning and respect at the University of Richmond," said Richmond coach Sue Murphy. The current Spiders won the game by a score of 12-3.


Sports

On senior night, women's soccer team keeps playoff hopes alive

It was perhaps fitting during Friday's Senior Night that a senior, Jessie Wolfe, scored a goal during the women's soccer team's 2-1 victory over George Washington University. But in a sign the four-year veterans and leaders are leaving an even stronger program behind, it was a freshman who scored the game-winning goal, delivering a crucial win that kept the Spiders' chances of an Atlantic-10 tournament bid alive. Wolfe scored the University of Richmond's first goal 26 seconds into the second half, drilling her shot into the upper-right corner of the net after assists from senior Sarah Hilt and junior Jen Ruhe. Freshman Kat Russell gave the Spiders a second goal just 18 seconds later.


Opinion

Stand up, don't stand by

Changing peer culture on sexual respect at the University of Richmond, or on any college campus, is not easy, but it absolutely needs to be done.