The Collegian
Tuesday, November 30, 2021


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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.

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.


UR music librarian reviews famous Opera

By Jenn Hoffman Collegian Reporter Football fanatics fantasize about getting their hands on autographed jerseys while archeologists dream of discovering hidden artifacts telling of past cultures.


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.


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.


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.


Have You Heard: Generra Peck

"Red Ragtop" -- Tim McGraw "Every time I hear your name" --Keith Anderson "Watch the Wind Blow By" --Tim McGraw "Baby, It's Cold Outside" --Dean Martin "Just to See You Smile" --Tim McGraw "Burn" --Usher My high school fight song "Our song" -- Taylor Swift "Take Me Home, Country Roads" -- John Denver "The Dance" -- Garth Brooks Generra Peck might be the busiest person on campus.


A Day in the Life: Spidey

Zorro is a nobleman, Superman is a reporter and Spidey (no, not Spiderman) uses "a job in athletic marketing" as a cover for his secret identity as the man behind the grin. "I go non-stop when I'm in costume," Spi-T said.