The Collegian
Sunday, September 25, 2022

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Have you heard? Jarhon Giddings

"Unconditional Love" by Hi Five "This Love" by Lloyd "Ain't No Way" by Chris Brown "Who is Like Him?" by Trip Lee "Hosanna" by Hillsong "When we Get Up" by Mississippi Mass Choir "Back 2 Back" by Chris Brown "The Love We Had" by Dru Hill "Promise" by Jagged Edge "One in a Million" by Aaliyah Q: What position do you play on the basketball team and how long have you been playing? A: I am the forward/center and I have been playing for 5 years. Q: What kind of music gets you pumped up for a basketball game? A: I usually listen to Lil' Wayne: "Best Rapper Alive" and "Sky Is The Limit." I also listen to T.I.: "Tell 'Em I Said That" and "What You Know." Other artists I listen to before games are Jay-Z and Juelz Santana. Q: What kind of music do you enjoy listening to both on and off the court? A: I listen to a lot of Gospel and Christian music off the court.


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Have you heard?

"Tango" by Salzedo "Fantasia on Greensleeves" by Vaughan Williams "Great Day" by Gustavson "The Minstrel's Adieu to His Native Land" by John Thomas "Pastorale" by Marcel Grand Jany "La Gimblette" by Bernard Andres "The Harmonious Blacksmith" by Salzedo "Impromptu Caprice" by Gabriel Pierne "Muscade" by Bernard Andres "Canon in D" by Pachelbel Q: How long have you been playing the harp and what made you get started? A: I started playing the harp when I was 11 years old.


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Super Bowl Ads: What to expect

ANHEUSER-BUSCH Number of Spots: Two 60-second spots, five 30-second spots Details: Known spots include three using the brand's iconic Clydesdale horses and one starring NBC's late-night host Conan O'Brien. Two of the Clydesdale spots will feature humor.


Henry Winkler, Brooke Burns, Caroline Moore and Connor Christopher Levins (the boy in the front). Henry, Brooke and Connor are stars in the show.
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UR alumna co-produces holiday TV movie

For most of us, the warm feeling of the holidays has faded away, but for one University of Richmond 2005 alumna, "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" still feels good. Alumna Caroline Moore co-produced a made-for-TV holiday movie, "The Most Wonderful Time of The Year," which aired on the Hallmark channel Dec.


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Professor reflects on career as poet

A peek into the back page of poet and English professor Brian Henry's copy of Augustine's "Confessions" would reveal a long list of jotted-down words and phrases. "Whenever I read, I read as a poet," said Henry, who is currently teaching Core for the first time in his four years at the University of Richmond.


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Photo Gallery: Inaugural in Washington

WASHINGTON -- Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th president of the United States Tuesday here in Washington, where more than 2 million people gathered to watch the first African-American become president.


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Have you heard?

"God in the Building" by Killer Mike "Closer" by Kings of Leon "I Refuse Limitation" by Goodie Mob "Desert Song" by Alice Smith "Hold On" by Tom Waits "Hot for Teacher" by Van Halen "The Ancient Sahore" by Witchdoctor "I Was in the House When the House Burned Down" by Warren Zevon "D.I.R.T." by Heltah Skeltah "High Powered" by Scarface Q: When did you first become involved with music and have you done anything to pursue your musical interests? A: I've been involved with music ever since I was born.


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The circus comes to the Modlin Center

A fog will creep onto the stage of the Alice Jepson Theatre soon in the unlikely form of a circus. Combining theatrics, rhythm, acrobatic skills, circus acts and poetry, Modlin Center for the Arts will host "Nebbia," which means fog in Italian.


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Through the eyes of Frank Rich, a non-stop media circus

In an era when such a staggering amount of news is so readily available, it would follow that the American public would be more informed than ever. Not so, said Frank Rich, op-ed columnist for The New York Times, who charged that the presentation of news has become a never-ending circus show -- continually blurring the line between fact and fiction -- meaning we may not be as informed as we would like to think. "This is where we are as a culture," Rich said Nov.


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Rockapella brings holiday spirit to UR

The a cappella group Rockapella will bring the sounds of the holidays to campus for the third year in a row next month. "A Rockapella Holiday" will be held at the University of Richmond's Camp Concert Hall on Dec.


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The Wishbone Tradition

The tradition of two people simultaneously snapping the collarbone of a bird in two and the bearer of the larger half making a wish began 2,400 years ago.


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Richmond joins micro-blogging Web site Twitter

The University of Richmond has joined the networking Web site Twitter in an effort to diversify communication methods for the university. Twitter is a micro-blogging Web site where users can post messages up to 140 characters in length, called "tweets." Twitter accounts gather "followers" that receive updates as they are posted onto the page.