Freshman forward Kat Russell's second goal of the season led the University of Richmond women's soccer team to its ninth win of the season, 1-0 over the University of Massachusetts on Sunday afternoon at First Market Stadium. Russell's goal came in the 65th minute when Massachusetts was unable to clear the ball after a Richmond corner kick.
The University of Richmond men's soccer team lost their fourth consecutive game Saturday night, falling 2-1 to Marist College in the team's last game before the start of Atlantic 10 play on Oct.
By Zachary Stewart, Megan Stephenson and Kimberly Leonard Collegian Reporters University of Richmond student reactions from the 2008 vice presidential debate held at Washington University in St.
Coach Peter Albright's decision last weekend to move senior Jessie Wolfe from center midfielder to forward has led to back-to-back wins for the women's soccer team and back-to-back two-goal games for Wolfe. "I think Jessie's the best center mid in the A-10," Albright said.
By Taylor Engelson Collegian Reporter Writing doesn't become easier or less nerve-wracking said Peter Carey, a two-time Booker Prize winner who came to Richmond yesterday as part of the 2008-09 Writer Series. "You live with uncertainty and doubt, and you should," he said.
Students are suffering the consequences of a weekend of drinking that ended in five students being rushed to St.
University of Richmond students and faculty gathered in Whitehurst living room at 9 p.m. on Thursday for a vice presidential debate viewing party and post-debate reaction forum, where some students said they thought Gov.
Welcome to The Collegian's blog about the 2008 vice presidential debate. This is the third live blog for The Collegian during the election. Dan Petty, our online editor, was blogging live for The New York Times.
By Michael Gaynor Collegian Reporter If you've been tuning in to the campus radio station recently, you're most likely getting a speaker full of static instead of the usual indie-rock riffs and underground hip-hop rhythms. That's because after 30 years of broadcasting from the third floor of the Tyler Haynes Commons, WDCE 90.1 FM is moving to a new location pocketed in the North Court basement. The move is the result of continued renovation to the Commons.
By Elizabeth Hyman Collegian Staff Although they may seem like simple underwater creatures, sponges could hold answers to many questions about evolution that University of Richmond biology professors Malcolm and April Hill are researching with a recently awarded grant from the National Science Foundation. "Assembling the Tree of Life: The Porifera Tree of Life Project" will be an investigation into the evolutionary relationships among sponges.
The benefits and distinctiveness of the new Living and Learning programs are coming into view after five weeks of school have put them to the test in and out of the classroom. "The strength of Living and Learning is that it just brings people that are different together that would normally be fragmented," said sophomore Dan Colosimo, a member of the Civic Engagement House. There are five year-long Living and Learning programs that comprise 16 students each, including a resident adviser -- Civic Engagement House, Spanish in the Community, Political Campaign House, Earth Lodge, and Life, Literature and Art. Each program includes a class related to the house theme as well as academic and social activities.
Of the 28 active rowers on this fall's varsity and novice crew teams, 21 are freshmen, but new coaches and a motivated executive board have everyone ready for the fall season. "Everything has been revamped this year," sophomore Publicity Chairwoman Lindsay Deacon said.
Nearly 52 percent of University of Richmond undergraduate students favor Barack Obama over John McCain for president, while the number of students who identify as Democrats, Republicans and Independents is virtually the same, according to a survey conducted last week by The Collegian. Obama carried a 20 percent advantage over McCain in the survey, results that are comparable to the 20 percent advantage Obama has among 18- to 25-year-olds in Virginia. Obama and McCain are tied in state polls, just one month outside of the election, but the latest survey from The Associated Press, released yesterday, showed Obama had surged 7 percentage points ahead of McCain nationally.