The Collegian
Monday, May 23, 2022


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Police Report: 9/18/08

Eavesdropping Sept. 10, 3:04 p.m. A Westhampton College student reported that another WC student recorded her conversations without her knowledge in the Spring 2008 but has not pressed charges. Liquor Law Violations Sept.


Boutique of the Week: Pink

3158 W Cary St Richmond, VA 23221 Every first Thursday of the month, Pink stays up late for Fashion First and offers cocktails and hors d'oeuvres to shoppers and possibly a special sale or a trunk show. If you've been to Carytown you probably have seen (or been in) Pink.


Student films hobo convention for documentary

"Luther the Jet" hopped his last freight train in 1999, when he traveled from Chicago to Kansas City. "A friend once told me to think of the United States as a large playground," he said, "and you have all these toys to play with." This spirit is celebrated annually at the National Hobo Convention in Britt, Iowa, where University of Richmond senior Dan Shoemaker and his friend F.G.

New Faces rehearsal, Tuesday, Sept 17th, 9pm.
Pictured left to right: Shelby Brown '12 (blue), Alyssa Davis '12 (red), Bryarly Richards '12 (turqoise shorts), Maggie Brown '10 (light blue), Jordan Stewart '12 (yellow), Nina Antani '10 (purple), Caitlin Smith '12 (grey pants).

Students prepare for annual production "New Faces"

First-year students at the University of Richmond will have their chance to make their debut as actors and as new students in the production "New Faces." "New Faces" is an annual festival of one-act plays and musical performances presented by Alpha Psi Omega, a dramatic honors fraternity.


Center for Culinary Arts opens for SCS

By Elizabeth Hyman Collegian Staff For most students at the University of Richmond, cooking is not a priority in life, especially with the Heilman Dining Center and Tyler's Grill right there to fulfill any food-related wants and needs. But for those who are interested in expanding their epicurean knowledge and skills, the new Center for Culinary Arts for the School of Continuing Studies' Culinary Arts Program is the perfect place.


Student researches socio-economic art

When studio art student Kimberly Wirt, a Richmond native, was looking for inspiration for her senior thesis project, she turned to her hometown. Wirt, who presented her thesis project last spring, said before she had even begun to think about her thesis she had been interested in learning more about the city of Richmond.


Men's soccer team falls to Rams 1-0

The University of Richmond men's soccer team lost its home opener at First Market Stadium to rival Virginia Commonwealth University 1-0 Wednesday night in front of more than 500 people. The loss dropped the Spiders to 1-5 this season, while the Rams evened their record to 3-3. VCU freshman defender Michael Denkewitz scored the lone goal of the game in the 34th minute by redirecting a free kick off his head from senior Gerson Dos Santos. An aggressive VCU squad dominated the first half.


Strategic plan group discusses how to connect University

By Kate Foss Collegian Reporter The students, faculty and administrators who make up the Integrated Academic Enterprise working group are calling for increasing cross-school collaboration in courses at the University of Richmond. The leaders of the group, Provost Steve Allred, and Kathy Hoke, the associate dean of Arts and Sciences and an associate professor of mathematics, hosted an open forum Tuesday night to solicit feedback about the four goals the group has drafted. For interdisciplinary and cross-school connection, group members spoke about allowing undergraduates to take more courses outside of their majors and having more shared classroom sessions. Hoke said that the working group felt that students were interested in more interdisciplinary studies. "We have a sense that generally that is something a lot of students would want to see," Hoke said. The interdisciplinary plans also include an evaluation by the faculty of the first-year Core course, in addition to a review of the General Education Requirements with consideration to the newly adopted unit system. The group is also pushing for the creation of a faculty development center, which would provide a place for professors to discuss teaching methods and, in turn, allow faculty to find others with common interests.


Women's soccer wins 1-0 against American University

The first half lone goal gave the University of Richmond women's soccer team all it needed to defeat the American University Eagles 1-0 Tuesday night at First Market Stadium. In the 12th minute, senior halfback Sarah Hilt crossed the ball in front of the goal, and it deflected off an Eagles defender into the goal. "We put their defense under pressure," Richmond coach Peter Albright said.


Group proposes free education for students whose families make less than $75K

By Robin Hawbaker Collegian Reporter Members of the access and affordability Strategic Plan group examined ways to help low-income and international students at the University of Richmond including offering full tuition, room and board for all undergraduate students with a family income of $75,000 or less. It was the most ambitious idea discussed Monday night in the Gottwald Auditorium during a forum co-led by James Monks, an E.


Library intruder found not guilty on drug charges

Seth Newman, the man police say triggered the May 6 campus lockdown, has been found not guilty of a class one misdemeanor charge of possessing marijuana, and a class one misdemeanor charge of possessing an undefined schedule-three drug. A judge decided Sept.

Tremayne Graham (23) tackles Tulsa's running back (center). UR's David Horton (right).

Richmond beats Towson for first time in three years

Last year, quarterback Sean Schaefer threw the game-winning touchdown after a 67-yard, four-play drive, taking just 22 seconds to help Towson University beat Richmond for the second straight year. This year, it was the Richmond defense's turn to score fourth-quarter touchdowns.


Celebrities encourage voter registration at Richmond, campaign for Obama downtown

Growing up as the child of immigrants, former "Fresh Prince of Bel Air" actress Tatyana Ali learned nightly at the dinner table that America was the land of opportunity. But for the past eight years, she's felt that opportunity slip away, telling a crowd Thursday evening in downtown Richmond that's the reason she will be voting for Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama. Earlier Thursday, Ali -- along with celebrities Marlon Wayans and Jurnee Smollett -- spoke to a University of Richmond Justice and Civil Society class taught by professor Karen Zivi to stress the importance of citizenship and voting.