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Saturday, May 28, 2022


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Police Report: 10/23/08

Possession of Fake ID Oct. 10, 12:31 p.m. A Richmond College student attempted to use a fake ID at McCormack's Irish Pub and left his belongings at the pub.


Women's tennis sends top players to regionals

By Stephan Utz Collegian Reporter The women's tennis team will face an early-season challenge this week as it competes in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's Regional Championships in Philadelphia. This is the third tournament of the fall season for the Spiders and it is the most high-profile tournament they have competed in this season, coach Mark Wesselink said. The East Region is made up of 80 teams that send their best players to the regional, he said. "It's very much an individual event," Wesselink said.


Obama energizes 13,000 supporters in downtown Richmond

[slideshow=7,550,367] Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama told a crowd of 13,000 people Wednesday at the Richmond Coliseum not to be "hoodwinked" by the economic policies of John McCain, whose proposals he said would be a continuation of the Bush administration. "The question isn't, 'Are you better off now than you were four years ago?'" Obama said.


Obama wins technical knockout

With the third and final Presidential Debate behind us it is clear that while none of the candidates delivered the knockout punch, Barack Obama did emerge as victorious in all of the three debates. According to Gallup, roughly two-thirds of Americans tuned in to watch each of the three debates, with 63 percent for the Sept.


McCain rallies crowd of thousands in northern Virginia

WOODBRIDGE, Va. -- Republican presidential candidate John McCain rallied supporters in Virginia on Saturday in a state that polls suggest is slipping out of 44 years of his party's control. "It's great to be here in the Commonwealth; this is a must-win state!" McCain said as he opened his speech to about 7,000 people in Woodbridge.


Men's soccer team plays to scoreless draw against Temple

By Andrew Prezioso Collegian Staff The University of Richmond's men's soccer team posted its second consecutive shut-out, tying the Temple University Owls 0-0. On Friday night, the Spiders held Saint Joseph's University scoreless in a 3-0 victory. "I'm really pleased," Richmond coach Jeff Gettler said.


Women's soccer loses 3-2 to Charlotte, ending home win streak

After five yellow cards and 18 foul calls, the seven-game home winning streak of the University of Richmond women's soccer team has ended. The Spiders lost 3-2 to the University of North Carolina-Charlotte at First Market Stadium on Friday night, giving the team its third-consecutive loss in Atlantic 10 play. The Spiders fell behind 2-0 in the first 35 minutes, but narrowed the deficit to one goal with 5 minutes, 44 seconds remaining during the first half.


CAB expresses concerns to Strategic Plan Committee

By Paige Zorniger Collegian Reporter The fifth and final point of the University of Richmond's Strategic Plan aims to ensure each student has a "distinct" experience during his or her four years on campus. Strategic Plan committee members say they hope that this point will help foster a feeling of connection, enthusiasm and togetherness among university community members. During its meeting Oct.

Field Hockey

Field hockey team triumphs 3-2 in overtime against VCU

Junior Megan Thompson not only gave the University of Richmond field hockey team a 3-2 overtime win against crosstown rival Virginia Commonwealth University, she also gave the team much-needed momentum headed into a critical weekend of games versus Atlantic 10 opponents. Thompson scored two crucial goals.