Writer's Disclaimer: The following article is satirical in nature, and provides absolutely no facts whatsoever. Triceragoose, the "third mascot" of the University of Richmond -- after the Spider and a Cigarette Executive -- has been reported missing by a number of concerned students. Triceragoose, also known as "King Duck" or "Steve" (by his family), was last seen at the Westhampton Lake, where he had presumably resided for the past hundred years. From CSI, M.
Look around everyone; we don't have any reasons to be thankful. It's really cold outside, there's tons of schoolwork to do and geese are taking over the grass in front of the library.
By Holland and Jane Clark Nov. 18, 2008 We salute Garrett Graham's gap year in China and the fine journalism of K.
By Andrew W Nov. 17, 2008 College is supposed to be about having fun.
By Hayley Swinson Westhampton College '10 Hey guys, thanks for the reaction; it's what I was looking for. The whole purpose behind this article was not to belittle the college scene, or to set myself apart from it, as I am not by any means holier-than-thou (sorry for making my fb profile unsearchable). Mostly, my aim was to shock people into thinking about the issue themselves, but more importantly not to be surprised when rumors and stereotypes surface about their actual behavior. I'm assuming that the two of you are recent graduates and have not been keeping up to date on what's been going on on campus (though I would like to think that they taught you in law school/wall street or wherever to take things in context). This is a response to the overreaction people had to an e-mail sent by, more than likely, fraternity brothers of yours describing a stereotypical UR woman. And what did the stereotypical UR woman do after she read the e-mail?