The Collegian
Monday, May 23, 2022

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Current active cases

634

Total cumulative cases

97.9%

Reporting students vaccinated

94.3%

Reporting faculty/staff vaccinated


Arts & Entertaiment


Features

Have You Heard: Scott Castro

By Lucy Hester Collegian Reporter "Cape Canaveral" -- Conor Oberst "Tessellate" -- Tokyo Police Club "Neighborhood #3 (Power Out)" -- Arcade Fire "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere" -- Bob Dylan "Flight of the Conchords" -- David Bowie "Fake Palindromes" -- Andrew Bird "The Captive Mind" -- The Helio Sequence "Skinny Love" -- Bon Iver "She's A Jar" -- Wilco Senior Scott Castro loves music.


News

Flash flooding, tropical winds expected in Richmond from Hanna

A tropical storm wind warning and flash flood watch are in effect for Richmond and surrounding areas from late tonight through Saturday evening as Tropical Storm Hanna continues to move toward Virginia. The storm is expected to dump three to five inches of rain, with higher amounts possible in some isolated areas, according to a National Weather Service advisory from Wakefield, Va.


Features

A Day in the Life: A CVS Cashier

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. "It's been pretty ridiculous this past week," Lonnie said.


News

Police Report: 9/4/08

Simple Assault Aug. 30, 2:38 a.m. A Richmond College student's nose was broken and he has two black eyes after a fight with another RC student at the 300 block of the University Forest Apartments.


Opinion

Elizabeth

By J.J. Fleskes Westhampton College '08 I'm the girl in the corner of the class room who is staring off into space.


Features

What the future holds, from the CDC

YOUR FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE PLAN Year One: Adjust to College Life * Learn all you can about UR and the Richmond community * Make connections with faculty, staff and fellow students and get involved on campus * Take a variety of classes and keep an open mind about your major * Meet with a CDC adviser to explore your interests Year Two: Pick a Major * Use CDC self-assessment tools to learn about your interests, abilities and values * Prepare a resume to begin the search for a summer job, internship or learning experience Year Three: Translate Experiences into Career Goals * Choose three to five interests and relate them to career goals * Make connections with professionals in fields that interest you and gain experience through jobs, internships or learning experiences * Explore graduate or professional school options; take entrance exams * Utilize CDC resources on resumes, interviewing and graduate school preparation Year Four: Implement your Goals * Organize a self-directed job search plan * Refine your resume and do a mock interview in the CDC * Finish graduate or professional school applications, if you have chosen to go CDC Events: Sept.


News

Ring Dance theme 'Dancing in the Moonlight'

The Westhampton College Government Association met Wednesday evening in the North Court Reception Room and discussed meal plan changes and coming events, including the Ring Dance theme. Dee Hardy, director of Dining and Auxiliary Services, spoke about the meal plan changes for this academic year.


News

Faces and car parts

By Taylor Engelson Collegian Reporter Most people can relate to being frustrated when they recognize someone's face, but can't remember his or her name. "Are faces special?" is a question that has been studied and debated since 1955, said Cindy Bukach, assistant professor of psychology.


News

Robins Center, Millhiser Gym to be revamped

Millhiser Gym will be revamped into a technologically advanced practice facility for the men's and women's basketball teams. The new Millhiser Gym will be state-of-the-art, said Mark Kwolek, the assistant director of athletic public relations at the Robins Center.


News

Science course offers integrated curriculum

The University of Richmond is paving the way for a new way to study science, one that breaks down the barriers between biology, chemistry, physics, math and computer science and fuses them into a single science "supercourse" for first-year students. The yearlong class, which will begin in the fall semester of 2009, will tackle pertinent science questions, including modeling HIV proteins and how they bind to drugs -- from an interdisciplinary perspective. "We have thrown out the rule book and are looking at a new, different way to teach science," said Carol Parish, a chemistry professor who will co-teach the course. The integrated class is being developed and taught by ten faculty members from the contributing disciplines, who met weekly last spring and summer and twice a week this year to generate ideas.